Seligman is a town in the state of Arizona. The city is located on the old Route 66 and is home to the greatest concentration of Route 66 kitsch in Arizona if not the country, which makes it a frequent pit stop for travelers passing through on their way to more exotic destinations.
Seligman’s a one-street town if there ever was one. The names Chino Street, Main Street, and Historic Route 66 are used interchangeably.
- Delgadillos Historic Route 66 Visitor Center, 217 East Route 66, ☎+1 928 422-3352, e-mail: email@example.com. M-Sa 9AM-9PM. Formerly Angel’s Barbershop, this gift shop has Route 66 memorabilia spilling out all sides and the owner, Angel Delgadillo, was instrumental in preserving this last stretch of the Route. The shop also has information on a 20-minute walking tour of Seligman.
- 1 Return to the 50s, 22325 West Historic Route 66, ☎+1 928-422-4790. 8AM-5PM. This store is housed in an old gas station and sports lots of antiques. A unique store with a good selection of Route 66 stuff including apparel, hats, patches, car stuff, license plates, signs, jackets and more.
- Historic Seligman Sundries (formerly Ted’s Trading Post & Soda Fountain in the mid-1900s), 22405 Historic Route 66 (across from the Black Cat B), ☎+1 928-853-0051. 7AM-4PM, mid-Mar to early Nov. Souvenir shop and museum in the oldest commercial building in Seligman. Built in 1904, this store has many of the original vintage artefacts including an original soda fountain from the 1930s. Freshly brewed gourmet coffee, espresso, cappuccinos, lattés, iced coffees, old-fashioned malts and milk shakes. Free travel information and handouts available.