Arizona Route 66 Passport

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Your passport is a snapshot of the many wonders across Arizona’s stretch of Route 66.This is an ongoing program, so if you don’t have to collect all 10 stamps this visit, there will be time to visit Route 66 again! Each stamp collection stop along the way is also the perfect place to get more information on the your particular interests as well as recommendations for local eateries, lodging, and attractions.

passport-greenMost of the stamp collection stops are only open during the day, so be sure to call ahead to confirm hours of operation. If you arrive at a stamp destination after hours, feel free to shoot a picture of yourself at the location, or provide a receipt from a business you visited in the community to verify your visit. These Route 66 Passports are limited to one per traveling party.

You can pick up your passport when you arrive in Arizona, contact the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona office at 928-753-2001, for the closest location offering passports.