Historic Route 66 Museum located in Kingman, Arizona is dedicated the famous route. The Powerhouse building which is on Route 66 houses the museum. The facility is open each day from nine in the morning until five in the evening.
The facility is across from the Locomotive Park and the Mohave Museum of History & Arts is a block away. Travel's historical evolution down the 35th parallel that was eventually Route 66 is shown at the facility. There are life size dioramas, photographs and murals capturing groups that have gone down the route. Route 66 has been called the Mother Road.
The facility was opened during May of 2001 and there have been a number of ways discovered to enjoy the facility. The cost of admission is $3 for seniors, $4 for adults and no cost to those aged twelve and under when accompanied by a paying adult. Groups of twenty to one hundred people get a special rate of $2 each person.
Historical Route 66 Museum can hold twenty people, twenty-nine people with advanced notice. Those with more than 29 people can divide up between the theater and museum. The museum is an amazing place to visit if you have an interest in the historical route.
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