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Tesla Itinerary Ideas

What to do nearby

What can you do while your Tesla is cahrging? How much time do you have? Here are a few suggestions from our friendly visitor center staff.

 

Bob Boze Bell Art Exhibit- Located in the Powerhouse, editor of the True West Magazine, grew up in Kingman, exhibit put up in 2014 about growing up on Route 66.

Route 66 Drive-Thru Shield photo op-A great photo opportunity for the whole family, including your pets located in the Powerhouse parking lot.

Locomotive Park-Has a retired locomotive, it is great for children and adults.

Canada Mart – Gift Shop- Check out this gas station and gift shop! It has Navajo Indian Nation made items. Some of the items are Turquoise jewelry, post cards, magnets, and more!

Kingman Visitor Center Gift Shop and Route 66 Association Gift Shop-Unique gift shops with Kingman made, USA made, and Route 66 based products; also has a wealth of free information to help you along your trip.

The “Welcome to Kingman” Arch-A great photo opportunity for the whole family

Dream Machines Classic Car Museum-A small collection of classic cars located in their showroom.

Route 66 and Electric Vehicle Museum-Enjoy learning about the chronological history of Route 66, including many displays of historical moments and Route 66 memorabilia. Additionally, there is a mining exhibit, one-hour long movie, and a variety of electric vehicles; kid and pet friendly.

Walk around the downtown area to look at murals and art -Some of the art you can see in the area include the Water Tower mural, Bangkok Thai mural, Rickety Cricket mural, Mohave Museum of History and Art, etc. Many buildings in the downtown area have murals on the exteriors and interiors of the buildings that are unique pieces of art. Come into the Kingman Visitor Center to get a list of the artwork available in the area.

Railroad Museum-A terrific museum filled with model trains and various dioramas; has railroad artifacts, memorabilia and historic displays.

Metcalfe Park-Tree-topped park with a playground, rock climbing wall, and picnic tables, grills, the Charles Metcalfe Park Monument, and is great for kids.

La Tea Da on Beale-They sell a variety of sweets, freshly squeezed lemonade and different kinds of teas.

Route 66 Axe Throwing- Recreational axe throwing in a safe environment for everyone ages 10 and up (closed-toe shoes required)

The Bonelli House-One of the first settler homes in Kingman, AZ. Originally rebuilt in the year 1915. Family friendly guided tours starting every 30 minutes (last tour starts at 2:30).

Mohave Museum of History and Art-An introduction to the history of Northwestern Arizona. Outdoor exhibits display of ranching, mining machinery and a railroad caboose.

Luthy Block-Built in 1897 with remodels in 1908 and 1935, the block is a Mission Revival and Modern architecture; family friendly)

Art Hub Gallery-You can take some art classes, or you can buy the art you see in the building or on their website; they also have an arts and science class for kids age 6-12.

Sara Peterson Gallery-An art gallery where you can view and purchase art by artists Sara Peterson, Valentina Lamdin, and Del Parson.

Antique and Specialty shops-In the downtown area, there are a variety of antique and specialty shops to offer you, come into the Visitor Center to get the list!.

Frey’s Mexican Food-A Mexican restaurant that serves a variety of Mexican dishes including burritos, quesadillas, tostadas, tacos, and tamales. Also serves salads, soups, and all-day breakfast.

El Palacio's-A local cantina chain serving a menu of the classic Mexican dishes and some beer in a relaxing setting.

Rickety Cricket-Pizza, wings, local made beer and more.

Floyd & Co Real Pit BBQ/Floyd & Co Wood-Fired Pizza-They serve BBQ on one side of the restaurant and woodfire pizza and sandwiches in the other side, with a great place to hang out and relax in.

Siren's Cafe & Catering-Compact, colorful counter-serve cafe, that is popular for the cold and pressed sandwiches, salads, and soups.

Mattina's Ristorante Italiano-Dinner only; extensive wine list, homemade pastries and desserts, Italian menu, and catering for all occasions and events.

Black Bridge Brewery-Large variety of Draft Beers, Wines, Mixed drinks, as well as bottle and canned beers. Additionally, there are nonalcoholic options like ginger soda and coffee.

Cellar Door Wine Bar-A relaxing wine bar with over 120 wines and 45 beers available, Live music performances on Tuesday through Saturday nights starting at 7pm.

Liquid Coffee Shop & Bistro-A traditional coffee shop with several specialty coffee drinks and a foods selection including salads, sandwiches, pastas, and breakfast items. Also serves custom ice cream sandwiches and brownie sundaes.

Mi Lindo Jalisco-A Mexican restaurant that serves a variety of dishes including Burritos, Tacos, Burgers, Tortas, Fajitas, enchiladas, and chimichangas.

Dirty Dough Co-They have some fun names for their tasty pizza; located in Rickety Cricket.

Mr. D'z Diner-70’s diner with a route 66 theme, Family Friendly, does not serve alcohol, makes their own root beer floats and they have great fries.

Bangkok Thai-A Thai Restaurant that serves food like curry and noodle-based dishes.

Garibaldi’s-A good Italian or Sicilian cuisine, open for lunch times Monday through Thursday 11am – 2pm, and occasionally dinner time: usually the last day of every month.

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