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Things to See and Do in Kingman

  • Kingman Center for the Arts, Kingman
  • 928.530.8432
Kingman Center For The Arts is a non-profit organization committed to establish and enrich the culture and community of Kingman, AZ through art-related education, performances, and venues. Started in March of 2016, KCA has brought life to a burgeoning art community through live theater productions, community art shows, visual art and theater classes, and more.
  • Activity
  • 121 E Beale St, Kingman
  • 928.530.3314
Axe Throwing like you've never seen. Fun for everyone!
  • Historic Site
  • 120 W. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman
  • Kingman Visitor Center: 928.753.6106
Built in three phases between 1907 and 1917, the Powerhouse once supplied power to surrounding towns and mines. Now, it houses the Kingman Visitor Center (An Official Arizona State Visitor Information Center), the Arizona Route 66 Museum, Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum, and the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona Gift Shop.
  • Activity
  • 4055 Stockton Hill Road, Kingman
  • 928.692.7469
A fourplex cinema showing the latest releases.
  • Park
  • 6250 Hualapai Mountain Rd., Kingman
  • Park Ranger Station 928.681.5700
Head 12 miles east to Hualapai Mountain Park, with elevations ranging from 4984’ to 8417’, making it a perfect oasis from the heat of summer and a sometimes snowy playground in winter. Hualapai Mountain Park stands as a direct contrast to the desert landscape of Kingman, filled with pine forests and juniper amidst granite rock formations. Visitors can view abundant wildlife that includes several varieties of birds, fox, deer and elk. Hike or bike along miles of trails and enjoy the breathtaking views, or enjoy such activities as camping, picnicking, volleyball, softball and horseshoes. Hualapai Mountain Park also has camp grounds and cabins for rent.
  • Museum
  • 120 W. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman
  • 928.753.9889
Experience and learn about the American Culture of years gone by in this tribute to the "Mother Road, Historic Route 66".
  • Tour
  • Alpacas of the Southwest, Kingman
  • 928.225.1450
Alpacas of the Southwest is a full operating ranch with Crias and Alpacas with blood lines from Peru, Bolivia, and Chile. Tours are offered allowing you a chance to get up close and personal with the friendly alpacas. Visitors can also go to the ranch store and experience the softness of luxury alpaca clothing. Socks, sweaters, hats, rugs yarn and much more.
  • Activity
  • 6927 E. Brooks Blvd., Kingman
  • 928.377.2489
The first Kingman winery, Cella Wines is located right off of Route 66.
  • Activity
  • 9855 E AZ-66, Kingman
  • 928.279.7931
Giganticus Headicus is a 14 foot sculpture and a famous stop along Route 66.
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.
  • Activity
  • 3631 Stockton Hill Road, Kingman
  • 928.692.1818
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.
  • Activity, Tour
  • 4875 North Olympic Drive, Kingman
  • 928.757.7611
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. We are also in most of the Total Wine stores in California as of Jan of 2018. in California AND Khoury's Fine Wine and Spirits in Henderson, NV have been good to us for our out of state customers, they can take your order and send you your D3 craft Spirit.
  • Activity, Historic Site, Museum
  • 120 W. Andy Devine Ave, Kingman
  • 928.753.6106
The Kingman Visitor Center, located inside Kingman's historic Powerhouse, has a gift shop with primarily American-made products, carries brochures on attractions all over Arizona, and provides free state highway maps for all surrounding states.
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  • Activity
  • 4395 N. Bank Street Suite C, Kingman
  • 928.692.4867
Bank Street Gun Shop & Indoor Shooting Range - Pistols, revolvers, rifles. Glock 18, UZI, Mac 10. Shoot one today!
  • Historic Site, Museum, Tour
  • 430 East Spring Steet, Kingman
  • 928.753.1413
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.
  • Tour
  • 3416 N Sage St., Kingman
  • 928.716.2046
Desert Wonder Tours has a passion for wandering, roaming and touring! Our guides have designed customized Desert Wonder Wanderings to appeal to your personal tastes from mountain top to deep cavern coolness.
  • Activity
  • 810 Eastern Street, Kingman
  • 928.263.1218
Unleash Your Inner Viking!
  • Historic Site, Park
  • 310 W. Beale St. & 1st St., Kingman
  • 928.757.7919
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.
  • Museum
  • 400 W. Beale St., Kingman
  • 928.753.3195
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.
  • Museum
  • 120 W. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman
  • 928.753.9889
World’s first Electric Vehicle Museum opened in 2014 with displays from 1909 to present.
  • Historic Site, Museum
  • 402 E. Andy Devine Ave., Kingman
  • 928.753.7995
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.
  • Historic Site, Trails
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.
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