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Historic Route 66

Kingman Railroad Museum

402 E. Andy Devine Ave.
Kingman, AZ 86401
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Historic Site, Museum

$2 per person, under 5 are free.

Kingman Railroad Museum InteriorPhoto by J.D. Noble

This museum, located in Kingman's iconic Train Depot, is 100% volunteer operated by the Whistle Stop Railroad Club. The museum houses artifacts from retired Sante Fe Railroad employees and train displays, including a Lionel layout with pieces from the 1940's-60's, an N-gage layout and an HO-gauge layout with multiple tracks and tunnels full the space inside. Large windows let in plenty of natural light and allow for safe viewing of the real thing just a few yards away outside.

The Depot, which houses the museum, is Kingman's third. The railroad depot first was a box car, the second a two story wooden structure. Both were destroyed by fire, most-likely resulting from embers emitted from passing-by steam locomotives like the one in Locomotive Park. Not to risk another fire, the current depot was constructed of poured concrete in 1907. In 2010/11 it was restored by the City of Kingman and  has become a fantastic location for viewing trains.

Historic Site, Museum

$2 per person, under 5 are free.

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Admission is $2 per person, children under 5 are free when accompanied by an adult.

9am - 5pm Tuesday through Sunday (museum is closed on Mondays)

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