Downtown shops

Stroll down historic Beale Street and old Route 66 and explore a variety of locally-owned shops featuring the charming homemade bath treats, antique housewares, and turquoise jewelry that Kingman is famous for. 

Route 66 Street Drags

A genuine ‘street race’ with all of the safety equipment you would expect to find at a “purpose-built” track including a full timing system, with reaction times, 60’ times, 330’ times, 1/8-mile times, and speed. Plus, it’s legal!

Chillin on Beale Street (March to October)

On the third  Saturday of each month, join classics, customs, creatives, motorcycles, EVs, and the Route 66 Cruizers for an energetic ride down to Beale Street in Historic Downtown Kingman for  music,  good food, and down home  atmosphere. 

Andy Devine Days (September)

Named after the raspy-voiced actor who grew up in Kingman, the city’s largest street festival celebrates its unique history with a variety of activities like a parade, car show, street dance, drag races, and the main event – the rodeo! 

Giganticus Headicus

Explore one-of-a-kind metal sculptures and paintings including Giganticus Headicus, a 14-foot tall Tiki-style head created by local artist Gregg Arnold in 2004. 

Sisters Gallery

Known for both their art and holistic classes, visitors can learn about a variety of subjects from guided meditation and pottery to the popular dine and paint events held at local eateries. 

Kingman Art Hub

Take sculpture, dance, and comic drawing classes or enjoy gallery shows featuring local artists at the Kingman ArtHub. If you’re in town on the third Saturday of the month, check out Art Hub’s free Artist Talks & Treats from 10-11 am.

Beale Street Theater

Join Beale Street Theater’s group of local thespians for a variety of one-of-a-kind live plays and musicals that celebrate and appreciate the talent of Kingman.

Kingman Center for the Arts

Dedicated to quality art instruction, events, and experiences to enrich artists and the community, the Kingman Center for the Arts is home to several programs like the ArtHub, a central meeting point for artists, and Beale Street Theater.