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Mohave Museum of History and Arts, Kingman

Categories: Art Museums, History Museums, Museums
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  • This was the first stop in a tour of museums in Kingman. One ticket gets you into 3 places..the house was closed but could use it later if wanted to. 
  • We went to the Mohave Museum. The staff there was so nice and helpful. When one purchases the admission, it is also good to visit the Route 66 Museum as well as a historic house. The Mohave Museum is ...  read more »
  • Guess they are not expecting tourists on Sunday. Outside has nice murals, doors closed. Government operation. Sad state of affairs. Other photos are from around the city. 
  • Excellent and Amazing Museum!!!! The mural on the wall outside invite you to go inside and watch everything they have in there. The Staff is very friendly and...whoever did organize the stuff ...well, did an amazing job because everything is perfectly put on the right spot! Good, good job!!!!
  • Here I go again. Another small museum in a desert city, with miles and miles of miles and miles in all directions from Kingman. This is, for me anyway, a wonderful stop between Las Vegas and Phoenix, Via Wickenburg of course! The mural on the outside is inviting, the docents are so friendly, some may feel like victims, as the docent continues telling history and presidential facts, and how much they love their town, it is very sweet. Now the Museum, Andy Devine (probably unknwn to the current generation f Yelpers) was born in Kingman and he has a special room of memorabilia. He was quite a star in his era. The complete set of presidential and first lady portraits in excellent. This is only one of 3 (or four depending on who tells the story) sets in the world. With the docent passing interesting tidbits about many of the presidents it really adds to the flavor of this museum. There is a lot of rusty stuff about mining and the railroad era, a move abut one of the last steam engines, history about WWII and the thousands of planes that ended up in Kingman, The entry fee was 3 buck a head and includes 2 other historic places in Kingman. So Stop, Stretch your legs, and enjoy a bit of southwestern history..
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