"Moabi Regional Park"
The park includes a marina on the Colorado River, recreation areas, a putting green and the Mystic Maze, featuring earth formations believed to be of significance to the Mojave Indians.
"The Topock Gorge"
The Topock Gorge, 17 miles south of Needles, offers lava pinnacles, totems, and ancient hieroglyphics on the gorge's walls. There's also a marsh providing a rare desert habitat for doves, quail, beaver and other wildlife.
"Barstow Route 66 Mother Road Museum"
Barstow Route 66 "Mother Road" Museum offers plenty of history and cool exhibits all about the "Mother Road."
"Mojave National Preserve"
Protecting almost 1.6 million acres of land, the preserve was established fairly recently, in 1994. Plenty of cool geologic features, including the Cima Dome, Cinder Cones and Kelso Dunes are part of the preserve.
"Original McDonald's and Museum"
The Original McDonald's & Route 66 Museum (1398 North E Street, 909-88S-6324) is home to the very
first McDonald's restaurant, which opened in 1948.
"Danny Castro's Route 66 Museum"
Danny Castro's Route 66 Museum of San Bernardino (12S6 W. Sth Street, 909-88S-30S8,) inside a Juan Polio location just east of the Mt. Vernon intersection. The museum features original highway signs going as far back as 1912.
Pasadena is famous for being home to the Rose Bowl and the Tournament of Roses Parade, which puts the city on TV across the country every New Years' Day.