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Historic Route 66

Things To Do

Things to See and Do in Kingman

Arizona (Powerhouse) Route 66 Museum

  • Museum
  • 120 W. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman
  • 928-753-9889
Map Experience and learn about the American Culture of years gone by in this tribute to the "Mother Road, Historic Route 66".

Bonelli House

  • Historic Site, Museum, Tour
  • 430 East Spring Steet, Kingman
  • 928-753-1413
Map The Bonelli House was built in 1915. It was the second home of the Bonelli Family built on the same site, after the original frame house dating back to 1894 burned down.

Brenden Theaters

  • Activity
  • 4055 Stockton Hill Road, Kingman
  • 928.692.7469
Map A fourplex cinema showing the latest releases.

Camp Beales Spring

  • Historic Site, Trails
  • 928-757-7919
Map Established in 1871 to provide protection and to act as a feeding and supply station for the Hualapai Indians.

Cella Winery

  • Activity
  • 6927 E. Brooks Bvld., Kingman
  • 928.692.9600
Map The first Kingman winery, Cella Wines is located right off of Route 66.

Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area

  • Trails
  • 928-757-7919
Map Three multipurpose (non-motorized) hiking, mountain bicycling, and equestrian trails.

Cerbat Lanes Bowling Alley

  • Activity
  • 3631 Stockton Hill Road, Kingman
  • 928-692-1835
Map Cerbat Lanes is a 24 lane center with a video game arcade, full service pro shop, snack bar & grill, off track betting booth inside the bar along with pool tables and soft tip darts.

Desert Diamond Distillery Tours Tastings & Cocktails

  • Tour
  • 4875 Olympic Drive, Kingman
  • 928-757-7611
Map I'll bet you've been to plenty wineries. How about a working distillery? Our cocktails contain no more alcohol then a glass of wine. Try one sometime, they are delicious, and made out of our award winning AZ made Spirits. Don't have time? Look for our products in Total Wine & Spirits in AZ and Whole Foods in Las Vegas.

Historic Downtown Kingman

Historic Downtown Kingman has more than 40 sights and buildings on the National Registry of Historic Places. While visiting the Museum, be sure to pick up a walking tour guide and get a behind the scenes look at the history of this Northwestern Arizona community.

Historic Powerhouse

  • Historic Site
  • 120 W. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman
  • 928.753.6106
Map Built in three phases between 1907 and 1917, the Powerhouse once supplied power to surrounding towns and mines. Now, it houses the Route 66 Museum, Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce, Hualapai Tourist Information Center, an Arizona Visitor Center and the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona.

Hualapai Mountain Park

  • Park
  • 6250 Hualapai Mountain Rd., Kingman
  • 928-681-5700
Map Hualapai Mountain Park is a cool retreat from the hot, arid desert during the summer months and a beautiful winter wonderland in the winter months. Enjoy majestic views, hiking, biking, picnicking, camping and the abundant wildlife that make their home in the Hualapai Mountains. The park also includes a frisbee golf course and children’s play area.

Indoor Shooting Range

  • Activity
  • 4395 N. Bank Street Suite C, Kingman
  • 928-692-4867
Map Bank Street Gun Shop & Indoor Shooting Range - Pistols, revolvers, rifles. Glock 18, UZI, Mac 10. Shoot one today!

Kingman Railroad Museum

  • Historic Site, Museum
  • 402 E. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman
  • 928.718.1440
Map This museum is located in the Historic Railroad Depot, dating back to 1907. It houses a few displays of railroad artifacts and three model train layouts, including a historic Lionel town.

Kingman's Route 66 Swapmeet

  • Activity
  • 4120 E Thompson, Kingman
  • 520.491.9837
Map Items that may be found for sale are rocks, artwork, antiques,, crafts, yard art, knives, electronics, tools, food, jewelry, car parts, furniture, Route 66 Souvenirs and so much more. Snack Bar offers home cooked breakfast and lunch as well as snacks and treats, coffee, tea and soda. For the Kids, we have Joyce's Art Tent where children can bring in or come in and create art work. Have some fun and get entered to win a prize . The Swap Meet is also a location... (Sat/Sunday) Come find hidden treasures!.

Locomotive Park

  • Historic Site, Park
  • 928-757-7919
Map Home to famed steam engine #3759. Visitors may get up close and examine this marvel of earlier locomotive structure and design while listening to the modern trains whizzing by on the nearby railroad tracks.

Mohave Museum of History and Arts

  • Museum
  • 400 W. Beale St., Kingman
  • 928-753-3195
Map The Mohave Museum of History and Arts is dedicated to the purposes of preserving the heritage of Northwestern Arizona and of presenting that history to the public.

Oatman Stables

  • Historic Site, Tour
  • P.O. Box 301, Oatman
  • 928-788-1764
Map The west at its best can only be seen by horseback.

Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum

  • Museum
  • 120 W. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman
Map World’s first Electric Vehicle Museum opened in 2014 with displays from 1909 to present.

Stetson Winery

  • Activity, Tour
  • 10965 N Moonscape Way, Kingman
  • 928-757-7206
Map Located about 24 miles north of Kingman, AZ and a few minutes from historic Route 66, Stetson is the only winery and event center in northwestern Arizona. A “must stop” on your way to the majestic Grand Canyon or the glittering city of Las Vegas, delight in the comfortable and relaxing, yet exhilarating atmosphere, particularly when you are enjoying a glass of their excellent wine and watching a beautiful Arizona sunset.

White Cliffs Wagon Trail

  • Historic Site, Trails
Map At the White Cliffs you will see part of an old wagon route used in the late 1800s to bring ore from the Stockton Hill Mines to the railroad to be transported for processing.