Route 66

The Mother Road is calling you to Missouri! Take a nostalgic trip and see our state from a unique perspective. Much of Historic Route 66 is still preserved in Missouri, paralleling I-44. Take the path less traveled, and stay at these Bed & Breakfast Inns of Missouri as you go. From St. Louis, B&B stops along the Mother Road can be found at St. James, Rolla, Marshfield, Springfield, Carthage & Joplin. August 1-3, 2013, Joplin will be the host city for the Route 66 International Festival, where you can join other road trippers in activities designed to celebrate the important role this road has played in American culture. While getting your kicks on Route 66, choose lodging at our local inns. Our innkeepers will provide comfortable accommodations, downhome hospitality, and information to help you discover the hidden gems that will make your journey on the Main Street of America unforgettable.

Walnut Street Inn

Springfield, Missouri

 

 Nationally famous route 66 this just a short one block walk from the Walnut Street Inn. Springfield’s Information Center is two blocks away and will help you set up your day along route 66 through the National Historic District. Click the below link to learn the history of route 66 and how Springfield plays a critical part in that story.  

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Swan Song Inn

Marshfield, Missouri

Route travelers are welcome here at Swan SOnt Inn. We are just a couple miles off the original Mother Road. Now called Hwy CC. 66 goes right through our small town. Lots to see. We offer under cover parking for motocycles.

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Dickey House B & B

Marshfield, Missouri

Historic Greek Revival Mansion just 1 mile off I44 and 1/2 mile off Route 66 in the heart of Marshfield.  Close to shopping and restaurants.

 

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