Before arriving in Santa Monica, Slocum and crew paid a visit to the California Route 66 Museum in Victorville, CA The California Route 66 Museum in Victorville is full of Mother Road memorabilia and photo-ops. En route to Santa Monica Pier, the crew pass the famed Hollywood Sign. The crew paid a quick visit to Pasadena's Rose Bowl The arching sign above Santa Monica's Pier marks the conclusion of Route 66. Slocum broadcast live from just outside of the Santa Monica Pier's iconic carousel. Heritage Corridor Destination's Bob Navarro visited the live broadcast, congratulating Scott and company on their cross-country journey. Slocum hops aboard the carousel. The WJOL crew mark the conclusion of this epic 10 day road trip. A map at the pier recounts the 2,448 mile journey it took to get from Chicago to the Pacific ocean. A can't miss photo-op at the end of the pier as the sun begins to peek through the early morning clouds in Santa Monica, CA. Bob Navarro of Heritage Corridor Destinations poses with the WJOL crew outside of the pier's carousel. A Route 66 shield overlooks Santa Monica's pier amusement park. Scott Slocum and crew depart the pier, marking an end to this legendary road trip along Route 66.