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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

Located in Kingman’s historic Railroad Depot, the Kingman Railroad Museum houses railroad memorabilia and artifacts from former railroaders. There are three operating model train displays featuring the “O” Gauge, “HO” Gauge and “N” Gauge trains and buildings.   The “O” Gauge currently displays  a selection of rolling stock from the 1940s to 1960s era. Large windows allow plenty of natural light and safe viewing of the real trains thundering outside just feet away.

The Museum  is operated by the Whistle Stop Railroad Club, founded in 2005 with 26 people. Members are train enthusiasts and past railroad employees dedicated to preserving railroad history through the operation of the Kingman Railroad Museum and by passing on their knowledge and experience to visitors with model building or personal experiences.  By 2010, membership grew and the Club focused efforts on opening a railroad museum in Kingman’s Historic Railroad Depot. Long-time member Dave Bacon lead efforts in lobbying the City Council until the Kingman Railroad Museum became a reality in July 2012.

About the Railroad Depot:  Built in 1907, this was Kingman’s third depot at this location. The first was built in 1885 and destroyed by fire in 1900, the second depot existed from 1900 to 1906. The building currently houses the Kingman Railroad Museum, Heetz Rent-A-Car and an Amtrak passenger waiting room.

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 Wednesday through Sunday (museum is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)

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