5 Reasons to Visit Kingman, AZ

Kingman, AZ is a place that reflects an old school charm and a legacy like no other. The historical sites, parks and monuments are awe inspiring. BBOnline recommends the following must-see attractions in this region.

The Bonelli House
430 E Spring Street
Kingman, AZ 86401
(928) 753-3175

The Bonelli House is one of the main attractions of Kingman, AZ. This attraction focuses on the Anglo Territorial architecture of the region. The house was built in 1915 and has been a landmark of Kingman ever since. The house appears to be light grayish in color, as it is made out of tufa stone. The interiors will take you back in time to an era when the Bonelli family were the only ones to own a wooden clock. The furnishing and the items in the house are reminiscent of an era that has gone by. You can walk from your Kingman Inn to this attraction.

Camp Beale Springs
Fort Beale Dr
Kingman, AZ 86401

Beale Springs was originally inhabited by the Native Americans up until it transformed into a toll road. This land comes under the Camp Beale Springs and is open to the public. This is a great place to enjoy a picnic and take a dip in the lake. Several fruit trees are lined here and visitors can take advantage of both the fruits as well as the shade provided by the trees. This camp is visited by all those who make a trip to Kingman, AZ. Carry a picnic basket and some wine from your Kingman Bed and Breakfast.

Locomotive Park
Route 66
Kingman, AZ 86401

The Locomotive Park is located adjacent to the railway tracks that are used by the high end trains today. The park pays tribute to yesteryear's steam engine train. A life size steam engine train is stationed in the park and visitors can admire its rustic charm. One can go inside the train and set out on an imaginary journey to the past. Engine No. 3759 has been labeled as a National Historic Monument. A visit to the Locomotive Park is a must while you are here in Kingman.

Powerhouse Visitor Center
120 W. Route 66
Kingman, AZ 86401
(982) 753-6106

The Powerhouse was established in 1909 and its purpose was to supply power to the nearby pumps in the mining areas. The region benefited immensely with the introduction of this powerhouse. Today it stands as a reminder of community effort and cooperation. More than 1,000,000 visitors come to Kingman every year to visit this historical monument.

Walking Tour
Historic Downtown Kingman
Kingman, AZ 86401

The Walking Tour will take you through various historically significant places in the downtown area of Kingman. From Catholic churches to the little red school and the legendary Hotel Brunswick, this will be a highly interesting tour. You can customize your tour by picking and choosing from roughly 60 historically relevant places in this region.