Missouri History Museum Unveils Route 66 Exhibit

Route 66 Exhibit

St. Louis may not have grown to be the city it is without Route 66. The Missouri History Museum honors the history and legacy of this incredible route, known as the Mother Road or the Main Street of America across the country. The Route 66 exhibit isn’t in any danger of closing soon, as it’s open until July of 2017, but if you’re looking for something fun to do with the whole family, it’s a great chance to learn more about this legendary street and one of the most influential roads in American history.

The exhibit will cover all sorts of topics ranging from the history of various motels and tourist attractions that sprang up along Route 66 through St. Louis, as well as showcasing historic artifacts like old gas pumps or road signs. Dip into a slice of local history and get the chance to take a spin on the road yourself. There are all sorts of interesting fun awaiting you at the Missouri History Museum’s latest exhibit.

Want to know what’s even better? The Route 66 exhibit offers free admission to all guests. So take the chance to swing by the Missouri History Museum when it opens at 10 in the morning to experience the Mother Road that stretches through St. Louis, Missouri. Tell us your favorite thing from this museum at Don Brown Chevrolet!

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