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Kingman, AZ

There's lot of Route 66 landmarks in Kingman, this page lists a few.
xDesert Lodge
2030 E. Andy Divine Ave.
The former Bell Motel became the Desert Lodge Motel and later the Desert Lodge Apartments ... read more
xHillcrest Motel
2018 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The Hillcrest Motel opened in 1954 with 16 rooms. The sign has changed styles and locations a few times ... read more

xHill Top Motel
1901 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The land was purchased in 1953 and 20 units were built in 1954. This is just one of a number of mid century motels on ... read more
El Trovatore Motel
1440 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The El Trovatore Motel is the former El Trovatore Autel Court that opened in 1939. It started with 30 units and ... read more
xRamblin Rose Motel
1001 E. Andy Devine Ave.
This motel opened in 1958 as a Travel Lodge with 32 rooms. In 2015 it was operating as the Ramblin Rose Motel offering ... read more

xArcadia Lodge
909 E. Andy Devine
Opened in 1938 as the Arcadia Court and grew to include 47 units and a name change to become the Arcadia Lodge ... read more
x1951 Mobil Station
731 E. Andy Devine
This old Mobil station  has gone through a few owners and uses over the years, but the basic building retains it's ... read more

xPatriot V Motorcycle Parts Shop 
713 E Andy Devine Ave.
This started out in 1940 as an Indian Curio Shop. It was the Patriot V-Twin motorcycle parts store when ... read more
xSt. Michael's Catholic Church
711 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The Lockwood Cafe opened in this building in 1937 and featured "Chicken in the Rough". It was St. Michael's when ... read more
xCasa Linda Cafe
511 E. Andy Devine
The Casa Linda Cafe opened by former Harvey Girl Clara Boyd in 1933. The Casa Linda Cafe closed in ... read more

xKingman Amtrak Depot
400 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The Spanish Mission style Santa Fe Railway station was built in 1907. It is Kingman's third railroad depot, the first two were ... read more

xBeale Hotel
325 E. Andy Devine Ave.
The Hotel Beale was built in 1899 and in 1906 was purchased by actor Andy Devine's parents. When it opened it had ... read more
x1906 H. Lovin Building
317 Andy Devine Ave.
Sandiched between the Beale and Brunswick hotels is the neat little H. Lovin building. Built in 1906 it has stood it's ... read more

x1909 Brunswick Hotel
315 East Andy Devine Ave.
Built in 1909 the Hotel Brunswick was one of the first three story buildings in the area. It is one interesting ... read more
xMr D'z Route 66 Diner
105 E. Andy Devine Ave.
Located right across the street from the Powerhouse and Route 66 Museum in what was once a ... read more
xLocomotive Park
Andy Devine Ave. at 1st St.
The AT&SF steam engine #3759 is on display with a handy set of stairs that let visitors can climb ... read more

xPowerhouse Visitors Center
120 W. Andy Devine Ave.
The Historic Desert Power & Water Power Plant now houses the Route 66 Visitor Center and an electric car collection and ... read more
xMohave Museum
400 W. Beale St
Neat museum with murals on the outside. Like most local museum it's packed fully of cool stuff and friendly ... read more

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x About Us We started traveling Historic U.S. Route 66 as a destination in 2009. It's like a 2,400 mile long drive back in time from Chicago to Santa Monica! more
xDid You Know: Many parts of the old 4 lane Route 66 were reverted to a 2 lane road after 66 was realigned to the interstate. In many places the abandoned lanes are still there.