Route 66 in Kingman Arizona

 

The famous Route 66 water tower in Kingman, ArizonaThe famous Route 66 water tower in Kingman, Arizona

Visiting Kingman Arizona

The City of Kingman is the county seat of Mohave County, and has a population of about 28,000 residents, while the entire metro area accounts for about 66,000 residents.

Kingman is located on Historic Route 66, Interstate 40, U.S. Route 93, and Arizona Highway 68.

With its geographical location, it provides access to the gambling destinations of Las Vegas and Laughlin, Nevada, as well as the Grand Canyon, California, the Colorado River, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Lake Mohave, and Lake Havasu. It also is an Amtrak stop.

Popular attractions include the Historic Route 66 Museum and the Kingman Railroad Museum. For Route 66 fans, the city of Oatman is located to the west, and Seligman to the east.

For aviation fans, be sure to make a stop at the Kingman Airport on the north side of town. It is a major airplane boneyard and storage facility for commercial airliners.

The Kingman area is served by about 35 hotels and motels, and over 100 restaurants, diners and cafes. Up U.S. Highway 93 to the north of Kingman is the Hoover Dam, Las Vegas and Death Valley National Park.

Interactive Map of Kingman, Arizona

 

Attractions and Things to Do Around Kingman

Kingman, Arizona ... a popular stop on Route 66
Welcome to Kingman, Arizona, and Historic Route 66

Railroad Station

The one-story Spanish Mission style station in downtown Kingman was built in 1907 by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway—commonly referred to as the “Santa Fe.” 

Railroad station in Kingman, Arizona

Located at 402 Andy Devine Avenue

Santa Fe Railway steam engine #3759 in Locomotive Park, Kingman, Arizona.
Visitors can climb up into the cab of the old engine while modern trains roll by on nearby tracks.
Santa Fe steam locomotive in Kingman, Arizona

 


Mohave Museum in Kingman
Mohave Museum in Kingman
Rt 66 Motorcycle Parts & Accessories
Rt 66 Motorcycle Parts & Accessories in Kingman, AZ
Mother Road Harley-Davidson mural
Mother Road Harley-Davidson mural in Kingman, Arizona
Mural in Kingman, Arizona
Mural in Kingman, Arizona


The Powerhouse

The Powerhouse roadside attraction in Kingman, Arizona, and Historic Route 66.

The Powerhouse roadside attraction in Kingman, Arizona, and Historic Route 66

 

Located in the Powerhouse is the Arizona Route 66 Museum, at 120 W. Andy Devine Avenue.

 

The Hill Top Motel in Kingman, Arizona - "Best View in Kingman"
The Hill Top Motel in Kingman, Arizona - "Best View in Kingman"
Historic Route 66 mileage chart, east and west, from Kingman, AZ
Historic Route 66 mileage chart from Kingman, Arizona


More Information About Kingman

Kingman Visitor Center: GoKingman.com

 

City of Kingman website

 

Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce website

 

Route 66 Association of Kingman

 

Mohave Museum of Arts & History in Kingman AZ

 

Kingman Tourism at VisitArizona.com

 

Kingman Travel Guide at TripAdvisor: Hotels, restaurants, things to do

Lodging Options in Kingman, Arizona

Hotels in Kingman, Arizona

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Driving West
on the Next Route 66 Segment?

Kingman to Oatman

Route 66 Road Trip from Kingman to Oatman, Arizona

 

While traveling Route 66, make a side trip to Death Valley National Park ... click for details!

 

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