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Attractions In San Bernardino Close To Wigwam Motel

Attractions In San Bernardino Close To Wigwam Motel

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Attractions In San Bernardino Close To - Wigwam Motel

There’s a lot to see in these parts – we just hope you will make the time! Because it would be a shame to travel through Route 66 and stay at the legendary Wigwam Village CA and miss out on experiencing these nearby San Bernardino CA attractions. We have pinned the unmissable museums, sights, and Route 66 points of interest down on the map to make sure you can find them with ease.

Historic McDonald\'s Museum

1398 N E St, San Bernardino, CA 92405

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Phone: (909) 885-6324

Website: Facebook Page

Hours will go by like minutes at this one of a kind museum, when you will rediscover a great collection of McDonald’s memorabilia and embark on a trip through time.

Cucamong Service Station

9670 E Foothill Blvd, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

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Phone: (909) 271-1024 

This small and quaint station is noted on Route 66 points of interest because it is chock full of history. It was recently restored to perfection by the very people that work behind the counter!

California Route 66 Museum

16825 D St, Victorville, CA 92395

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Phone: (760) 951-0436

This interactive museum is full of opportunities for visitors to share memories and take photos in such settings as a 50’s diner, a hippy Volkswagen Love Bus, a 1917 Model T Ford, and much more.

Elmer\'s Bottle Tree Ranch

24266 National Trails Hwy, Oro Grande, CA 92368

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Phone: +1 760-684-2601

Yup, the name gives you the right idea – it is an actual ranch populated with a forest of metal trees adorned with bottles! Behind this incredible labor of love are years of effort put in by just one man. It’s a shame to miss.

Barstow Route 66 Museum

681 N First Ave, Barstow, CA 92311

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Phone: (760) 255-1890

If you can’t get enough of Route 66 history, this place was made for you. With a world of interesting collectibles and old memorabilia from the original Route 66 era, this small museum packs a big punch. Ask the docent anything you want to know about Route 66 and buy beautiful souvenirs that you just can’t get anywhere else.