Some of America's most iconic tastes, sounds, and sights were created along these vintage vacation spots including the 2,448-mile Route 66, Martha's Vineyard, Santa Cruz's boardwalk, and the desert oasis that is Palm Springs.
The golden age of cinema took place in the Californian city of Palm Springs. Famous movie stars like Lucille Ball and Frank Sinatra all built their second homes here. When you travel to Palm Springs, the architecture of the houses gives you a glimpse into mid-century glamour; many of the homes have also made it on the National Register of Historic Places. So, if you have a thing for the 1930s to 1950s movie era, then Palm Springs should definitely be on your radar for a road trip.