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22430 West Highway Route 66
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Local Attractions

As a service to our new and loyal clients, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to provide you with the following information about the local area so that you can make the most of your stay while you’re visiting Seligman, AZ. We hope that you enjoy your stay and you come back and see us soon.

 

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Grand Canyon Grand Canyon National Park
A powerful and inspiring landscape, Grand Canyon overwhelms our senses through its immense size. Unique combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate a canyon that is 277 river miles (446km) long, up to 18 miles (29km) wide, and a mile (1.6km) deep.
Grand Canyon Caverns Visit the Grand Canyon Caverns
We are in the middle of 3,000,000 acres of the most unspoiled land left in the world. Grand Canyon Caverns is close to everywhere and yet a complete change from your urban or suburban world. We are six hours from southern California, 2.5 hours from Phoenix or Las Vegas, and 1.5 hours from Laughlin, Lake Havasu or Williams.
Grand Canyon Railroad A Legendary Journey to an Extraordinary Place
Since 1901, the Grand Canyon Railway has been taking people on a fabled journey into the heart of one of the seven natural wonders of the world. For those fortunate to have traveled on this iconic train, the Grand Canyon Railway is more than just a mode of transportation: It’s a trip back in time to what many consider the most awe-inspiring place on Earth.
Grand Canyon Skywalk
(Hualapai Indian Reservation)
Grand Canyon Skywalk at Eagle Point The glass bridge is suspended 4,000 feet above the Colorado River on the very edge of the Grand Canyon.
Supai Canyon Havasupai – Camping, Hiking, Waterfalls, Lodging, Helicopters and Horses in the Grand Canyon
Prepare yourself for a trip like no other, and an opportunity to commune with nature on a world class scale. Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls are among the best loved waterfalls on Mother Earth, here in the grand canyon they are close to her heart.
Laughlin, NV

Discover what Laughlin has to offer, you won’t want to miss a minute of the outdoor adventures and indoor indulgences, all wrapped in our small town charm. A great day in Laughlin can begin early when you explore the many well-hidden outdoor adventures found around Laughlin and the Colorado River Region. After spending the day hiking, swimming or golfing, you can return to your favorite resort casino and treat yourself to a spa massage so you are refreshed enough for Laughlin’s extraordinary night life. You can enjoy fine dining, dancing, and of course, try your skill at a number of exciting games.

LOCAL SHOPPING

 

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Howling Coyote Gift Shop The Howling Coyote Gift Shop features nature inspired books for children and adults, toys, clothing, and gifts. Science Center members receive 10% off non-sale merchandise every day. The Howling Coyote Gift Shop is open May 1 through November 1 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or by appointment
Route 66 General Store Looking for Route 66 memorabilia or Western souvenirs? You will want to visit the Historic Route 66 General Store. This is the place for one-stop shopping with everything you need. There’s even a snack bar and a gas station with the best prices in town for gasoline
Route 66 Gift Shop Angel’s Barbershop, the definitive historic Route 66 web site. Discover the history of Route 66, the mainstreet of America, and let the nostalgia carry you back to the glory days of America’s “ultimate road trip.”
The Rusty Bolt You can’t go by this place and not notice it!
The three straight-on pictures in the gallery are the three parts of the store. While most of it is a gift shop focused on Route 66 and American memorabilia, one third is dedicated to biking accessories like leather jackets and boots. Outside are classic old cars, outrageously dressed mannequins, and weird little signs galore. It’s quite a site!
Historic Seligman Sundries The Historic Seligman Sundries is located on Historic Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona. Housed in one of Seligman’s oldest commercial structures – built in 1904 – the centerpiece of the Historic Seligman Sundries is a vintage soda fountain. Today, the Historic Seligman Sundries is Seligman’s only gourmet coffee bar and gift shop.

LOCAL DINNING

 

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A&W One hot day in June of 1919 in Lodi, California an entrepreneur named Roy Allen mixed up a batch of creamy root beer and sold the first frosty mug of this delightful beverage for one nickel. Now, over ninety years later, A&W Root Beer is the world’s number one selling root beer and is still made fresh daily and sold at hundreds of A&W Restaurants. Allen experienced tremendous success and in 1923, joined in partnership with Frank Wright creating the name, A&W. In 1925, A&W began to franchise and by 1933 had over 170 units in the mid-western United States. Call them @ (928) 422-3554
Black Cat Bar Seligman’s World Famous Black Cat Bar, Route 66 ArizonThe Black Cat Bar has been a part of Seligman since the early 1900’s, is still World Famous and going strong today. The original name was Jolly’s Café named after then owner Maude Jolly, its home near the railroad tracks of Seligman then becoming a Bar just at the end of prohibition in 1934. It is the holder of the; the 4th oldest Class 6 Liquor License of Arizona . With a location move to a building built directly in front of its present home on RT. 66 with the name change to the Black Cat Buffet.
Route 66 Roadkill Cafe As you can probably tell from the name the Roadkill Café is a dining adventure. The Roadkill is famous for its charbroiled burgers. What can we say, it’s well known that our burgers, steaks and ribs are the best to be found along Route 66.
Delgadillos Snow Cap Delgadillo’s Snow Cap Drive-In is a historic eatery and roadside attraction located along former Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona USA.[1] The drive-in was built in 1953 by local resident Juan Delgadillo (May 17, 1916 – June 2, 2004). Delgadillo was working on an extremely limited budget, so he built the restaurant mostly from scrap lumber obtained from the nearby Santa Fe Railroad yard.  Call them @ (928) 422-3291
West Side Lilo’s Westside Lilo’s opened in June of 1996. The café was originally a hobby shop that opened in 1954 and later became a restaurant a few years later. The restaurant was closed in the early 80’s and remained closed until it was purchased by Lilo in 1996. Lilo opened the restaurant with the help of her husband Patrick and daughters, Nancy and Brenda. Lilo had always dreamed of opening a business and longed to have a place that offered good quality food and a taste of her German specialties that her kids grew up loving to eat. Lilo’s quickly became a favorite of the locals and many people who travel route 66 on a regular basis. Lilo’s’ daily specials and homemade soups continued to drive repeat business and the restaurant today has quite a following.  Call them @ (928) 422-5456