Angel of Route 66 Getting His Own Exhibit

Published by The Bee News

July 24, 2023

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Angel Delgadillo, the Guardian Angel of Route 66, will be cutting the ribbon on an exhibit all about his impact on Route 66. The exhibit was created to house a Storyfile of Angel. Storyfile is an interactive multimedia display visitors can use to ask a virtual Angel questions about Route 66 and his life, and he responds in real time.

The Exhibit was designed by Wade Bray, a graphic designer who previously composed an impressive Route 66 themed exhibition at the Route 66 Road Fest hosted in Tulsa Oklahoma. In Kingman, visitors will enjoy historic photos, read about Angel’s family, and sit for a memorable selfie in a vintage barber chair just like one in Angel’s original barber shop.

“We really wanted the exhibit to be the next best thing to visiting Angel’s Barbershop and Gift Shop in Seligman and meeting Angel in person. We hope the exhibit helps more visitors get the ’Angel Experience’ where visitors leave touched and inspired by this unique experience highlighting a one of a kind individual” says Nikki Seegers with the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona

Opening day for the public is July 27th after 1 pm. The exhibit is free to the public and located on the second floor in the Kingman Visitor Center at 120 W Andy Devine Avenue Kingman. Hours are 9 am – 4 pm daily.

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