The Roadrunner is the latest shop to open on Historic Route 66 in Seligman, AZ. The interior is a must see in person. Original redwood beams spanning from side to side and the original redwood roof from 1936. Offer various Route 66 Souvenirs, t-shirts, and hats in a unique comfortable environment. Showcase original artwork, gifts and jewelry handmade by local artists in the community as well as Navajo Indian jewelry and crafts, including world renowned Navajo Artist Tommy Singer. Business Center offers copy, scan and fax services as well as ready computers with full internet access and WIFI for checking emails, updating facebook, sending pictures or getting information on your next destination. Our free WIFI can be used relaxing in our indoor sitting area with comfortable leather seating and fireplace, or outside in our courtyard with table and chairs and water fountain while listening to smooth jazz music throughout the store and courtyard. If you are planning a special trip for your family or group and would like to have certain items available while you are in Seligman visiting, please contact them and they can customize different types of merchandise combos or have a selection of items available to meet your needs .If you want you to have a fun, safe and memorable experience while enjoying Route 66, stop by and see them at the Route 66 Roadrunner while visiting Seligman, Arizona, and remember, the coffee is always FREE.
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The Historic Route 66 General Store is located at 22940 W. Route 66 and is run by Dee Dyer. They have a little of everything for the traveler as well as our local customers. They offer everything from gas, to groceries, to hardware, to beer, to wine, to large variety of souvenirs, hats, gasses, t-shirt's and much , much more with everything in between. They even offer hunting and fishing licenses and supplies. Hardware suplies for all your building needs. They also rent storage units which are located within walking distance from the store where you can store cars, boats, RV's, or choose from one of our 2 size storage units. The General Store has a RV Park campground with full hook up's located directly behind it where travelers may stay from one night in a tent to thirty plus in one of our full hook-up spots. The choice is yours and the rates are very reasonable. The list goes on w/ snacks, food and beverages as well as fuel sales including gasoline and diesel as well as propane tanks fill-ups for your convience.
The store is opened 7 days a week so give them a call at (928) 422-3549. For more information and to see the other Pope Enterprise businesses, CLICK HERE.
Deli Sandwiches, Buffalo Burgers, Souvenirs and Gifts!!! Dine In or Carry Out! If you are looking for a great place to stop in Seligman, come in and stay awhile and enjoy the atmosphere great fun, food & all around great time. Shop for souvenirs while waiting for your delicous buffalo burger! You never know what you'll fnd in this great corner gift shop! From guitar & musicon the front porch to chicken wondering around looking for a snack! Clean restrooms available ad just another all around down home place and great atmosphere to add to your memories of your travels on Route 66!
A Family Owned and Operated Small Business.
When you shop at Angel & Vilma Delgadillo's Original Route 66 Gift Shop you are supporting a family owned and operated small business. Not only are we the very first little store to carry Route 66 themed items, we are still a very small family-run business. Angel and Vilma still own the store and are involved in the business but their daughters, Mirna and Clarissa, and son-in-law, Mauricio manage the store. If you come to the store, you can see how really small we are! But if you have never been to our store and are considering ordering online, please know that we are a small business and you will be getting personal service by our staff so if you have any questions, just ask. We have real people here to help you!
A must stop while you are visiting the Seligman area on World Famous Route 66. The Rusty Bolt Gift Shop. A must see for the person who likes to take pictures to document their Route 66 visit! Not only full of celebrities for that magical camera moment, but a gift shop loaded with great souvenirs. Something for everyone on your gift list! Come see us at the Rusty Bolt you will be glad you did!
We offer unique gifts, Route 66 souvenir's, leather, art work, custom shirts and more.FREE COFFEE and RESTROOMS, For the tired traveler, Tour bus driver, or motorcyclist please come in kick up your feet and have a free cup of coffee. Our restrooms are clean and accessible for all tour groups and travelers who visit our store. Need a break from the road? Come on in. Tour buses and groups welcome. We are a Route 66 memorabilia store with many unique souvenirs, custom art work, leather, and custom T-shirts with copy rights for our store. These t-shirts cannot be found anywhere else along Route 66.Route 66 Motoporium is family owned and operated right here in Seligman AZ. You will find one of a kind gifts and accessories. We strive to be unique which sets us aside from the rest. We also focus on motorcycle memorabilia for the motorcycle enthusiast. We are located along " Historic Route 66" in downtown Seligman AZ approx 101 miles from the Grand Canyon. You can find anything from key chains, hats, mugs, die cast cars, shirts, license plates, artwork just to name a few here at the store. We are a Route 66 memorabilia store with many unique souvenirs, custom art work, and copyrighted custom t-shirts found nowhere else along Route 66.
John & Debbie Balistreri
Return to the 50's is a cool little shop to look at, it's an old Gas Station that has been turned into a tourist shop, with a mixture of memorabilia from the 40's and 50's, to Route 66 souvenir stuff. Return to the 50's is located in about the middle of Seligman historic district.The city of Seligman itself breathes its own history and this little shop proves it. Once you get in, immediately you start feeling as if you returned back in time. Everything was pretty, neat and had amazing nostalgic tone to it. Certainly worth stopping, should you ever visit Seligman.
George "Jorge" Sickels, Manager