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Explore our self-guided, scenic driving tour of old Route 66, between Exit 145 and Exit 169 of I-44. A brochure is available at the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau; you can download it Here.
For motor coach groups, a step-on tour guide program is available. Call for details.
View colorful murals, sculptures and mosaics amid city streets and downtown buildings. Call the Springfield Regional Arts Council to request a Public Art Brochure and Map, or download the brochure and map from the council’s website.
One of the first concrete-paved portions of Missouri's highway system was the stretch of road west of Carthage to Joplin, laid in 1920. In 1926, this route became part of Route 66.
Along the route today you find Kellogg Lake, Powers Museum, Carthage Municipal Park, Stone's Throw Dinner Theatre, 66 Drive-In and the 1939 Boots Motel.
This is a step-on bus tour.
Note: the address shown is the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau.
A self-guided, historic walking tour of downtown points of interest. The 16 stops on the tour date back as far as the 1850s.
Waynesville is the county seat of Pulaski County in south central Missouri. Historic Route 66 provides the main route through town.
A brochure is available at Pulaski County Tourism Bureau (137 St. Robert Blvd., in St. Robert); and you can download the brochure from our website. An online mapping download is also available. Along with the history tour, enjoy sweets, wine and cheese tasting, and fabulous gift shops and restaurants.
NOTE: The address shown is for the circa 1850 Old Stagecoach Stop, one of the sites on the tour.
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