Wigwam Motel #6 is located on West Hopi Drive in Holbrook, Arizona, along Historic Route 66. It is one of seven Wigwam villages built between 1933 and 1950, of which three still survive. Frank A. Redford, the original designer of the motels, sold Arizona motel owner Chester E. Lewis the rights to his original designs and to use the name Wigwam Village. Lewis then constructed his own Wigwam Motel in 1950, along Route 66. The motel operated until 1974, when Interstate 40 bypassed Holbrook. Lewis' sons renovated and restored the motel in 1988, after which it reopened. It is now part of the cultural experience on the Route. Wigwam Motel #6 was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.