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Margaret asked

Chicago to LA driving route 66

I want to take the historic drive from Chicago to LA via Route 66. I know that 66 doesn't go completely through, but would like to stay on it as much as possible. An itinerary would be most helpful!

Chicago (Illinois) Los Angeles (California)

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Mary from Leicester
The official National Park Service website has a printable map of route 66 (right-click to open it in a new tab then click to enlarge it) and links to a zoomable interactive map. Both will help massively with working out your itinerary :
https://www.nps.gov/orgs/1453/rosi-maps.htm
It also lists places of historic interest on route 66 in each state:
https://www.nps.gov/subjects/travelroute66/visit.htm
The site linked below has individual state maps of route 66 (historical route as well as modern version) plus a list of major places it passes through in each state: 
https://www.route66roadtrip.com/route-66-maps.htm
In essence you'll travel ChicagoSpringfield (Illinois) > St Louis > Baxter Springs (Kansas) >Tulsa >Oklahoma City > Amarillo  > Albuquerque >FlagstaffSan Bernardino >Los AngelesSanta Monica
Enjoy your planning! :-)

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