Located in the old train station, browse three different model train displays, check out the collection of old hand tools used in railroad construction, and monitor railway traffic across the U.S. and Canada on the Advanced Train Control System.
Climb aboard the famed 1928 Steam Engine No. 3759, presented to the City of Kingman as a historical monument in 1957, that traveled a total of 2,585,600 miles during its years of service and watch modern trains roll by on nearby tracks.
Travel through the history of northwestern Arizona with dioramas and murals illustrating prehistoric times, mining, and ranching, and a 1923 wooden railroad caboose. Don’t miss the Andy Devine exhibit, a local boy turned 1930’s movie star.
A semi-permanent display from the Historic Electric Vehicle Foundation, this 3,600 square foot Museum includes twenty-nine (and counting) electric vehicles on loan from around the world only available at the Arizona Route 66 Museum.
Operated by the Mohave Pioneers Historical Society, the House is an excellent example of architecture at the turn of the 20th century and a look into this special period of Southwest American history.
Opened September 2001 and operated by the Mohave Pioneers Historical Society, the Arizona Route 66 Museum is located in Kingman’s Historic Powerhouse and depicts the historical evolution of travel along the 35th parallel that became Route 66.