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High Plains : Groom
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Groom is a town in the Texas Panhandle on historic Route 66.

Get in[edit]

Interstate 40 leads straight into Groom.

Get around[edit]

Interstate 40 and Texas Route 40 encircle Groom.


  • The Cross - This 190 foot cross is visible up to 20 miles away, the second largest cross in the Western Hemisphere.
  • Leaning Water Tower - The water tower, once an actual source of water for the town, is an oft-photographed landmark and appears in many books and articles about Route 66. Nearby is Ralph Britten's truck stop, now boarded up and in disrepair.
  • Miscelleaneous Route 66 remnants line Main Street.




  • Blessed Mary's Restaurant, 701 Front St, ''+1'' (806) 248-0170.  edit
  • Dairy Queen, Interstate 40, ''+1'' (806) 248-7015.  edit
  • Rustlers Route 66 Steakhouse, 407 Front St, 806 248 0235.  edit



  • Chalet Inn, 610 Eastern Ave, +1 806 248-7524.  edit

Get out[edit]

Routes through Groom
AmarilloConway  W noframe E  McLeanOklahoma City
AmarilloConway  W noframe E  McLeanOklahoma City

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