Hours, Admission And Location

Museum Hours

Monday:     10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Thursday:  10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday:        10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday:   10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday:      11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment only (a deposit may be required)
Group Tours Welcome

Parking And Accessibility:

There is ample parking, wheelchair accessibility and RV parking.


Admission is free for adults and children. Donations are gratefully accepted, please visit our Memberships and Donations area on our E-Commerce Store.


California Route 66 Museum
16825 South D Street
Victorville CA, 92395
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Phone:   760-951-0436
FAX:      760-951-0509
Email:   cart66musm@gmail.com
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The California Route 66 Museum is devoted to the representation of U.S. Highway 66 in both historic and contemporary exhibition.  The museum intends to continually promote, preserve, and educate the public throughout the world bringing relative weight to the cultural influences; and impacting effects the Mother Road had on architecture, the arts, community development, and commerce; since its induction as a U.S. Highway in 1926.



The California Route 66 Museum publishes a quarterly newsletter, which we post to our website in Adobe Reader PDF Format for easy reading and printing.

Download the Spring 2015 Newsletter Here.

Download the Winter 2015 Newsletter Here.

Download the Fall 2014 Newsletter Here.

Download free Adobe Reader here.




It was spring of 1995, and a group of Victorville Old Timers felt that the popularity of Route 66 was at a peak and since Route 66 went through Old Town Victorville, one generous old timer had a perfect building on the corner of 6th and D Street (First National Bank) on Route 66, it was time to do our part and open a Route 66 Museum in Victorville.

Our dream came true on November 11, 1995, when Joy Robertson donated the use of the old bank building, the California Historic Route 66 Association helped fund the merchandise for the gift shop, Dan Harlow and David Knudsen helped with the artifacts and promotion of the museum.

You asked how Chick Kirk and Betty Halbe became involved.

The museum held a grand opening and with thousands of people attending, it was necessary to have a lot of volunteers. Mark Ward, one of the founders, asked Betty Halbe to be a greeter and Chick Kirk to be a volunteer, thus Betty and Chick 18 years later are still here.

Chick has served as Board President at least 8 times; Betty is the Museum Curator, Gift Shop Merchandise Coordinator, and currently the Board President.

The museum has grown from 1000 sq. ft. to over 4500 sq. ft., has had visitors from 75 foreign countries, hundreds of bus tours, school children, seniors, writers, film crews, over 20 different car shows, and motorcycle tours, as well as all the Route 66 Roadies who love to travel the road.

Thanks to our dedicated volunteers and great supporters--we are alive and well, stop by and say hello.



We are an interactive museum with several photo memories, Docents that can answer any questions regarding route 66 and a library full of free literature. 



We are pleased to announce our online store where you can view our merchandise and shop in luxury of your home. In response to many requests from those who have visited the museum, our e-commerce store is now able to ship internationally. Shop early for limited specialty items for Christmas. Find us online at http://www.route66merchandise.com.