California Route 66 Museum
The California Route 66 Museum is an interactive museum with over 4500 sq. Ft. of floor space and photo opportunities for the visitors to share memories in such settings as a 50’s diner, VW Love Bus complete with hippy wigs and sunglasses for that perfect shot.
You can jump up onto the 1917 Model T Ford and any one of the docents would be glad to take a picture of you and your party. They have the first Santa Monica “End of the Trails” booth that is becoming quite popular with visitors. And for those with a good sense of humor, check out the “Outhouse” built just for that photo.
Open: Friday & Saturday 10 am – 4 pm, Sunday 10 am – 3 pm
Image via https://www.califrt66museum.org/
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