- TripBuzz found 13 things to do with kids in or near Kingman, Arizona.
- From Cerbat Lanes to Historic Route 66 Museum, the Kingman area offers 30 different types of family activities, including: Aviation Museums, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Bowling.
- The city of Kingman, Arizona in Mohave County covers an area of 30 square miles and is home to nearly 30,000 residents. Located on the eastern corner of the Mojave Desert, the city sits between the Colorado Plateau and the Lower Colorado River Valley. Tourists find recreation and adventure in the various attractions and natural sanctuaries.
Mohave County Historical Society 400 West Beale Street, Kingman, AZ MoreLess Info
Learn what shaped Mohave County within three museums: The Route 66 Museum, Bonelli House, and Mohave Museum of History and Arts
Originally a training facility that trained over 6,000 gunners, Kingman Army Airfield Museum offers a WWII historical experience. The museum has a tour of the facilities as well as original artifacts and photographs from the period available for viewing.
Brenden Theatres features all of the latest films from Hollywood in a cozy and comfortable setting that is ideal for moviegoers of all ages. Bargain and matinee tickets, as well as weekly specials, are also available.
Constructed during World War II, Kingman Army Air Field Museum was originally an aerial gunnery training base where 35,000 cadets were trained. Today it contains artifacts, photos, and displays commemorating its history and documenting other American wars.
A fully operational alpaca ranch established in 2002, Alpacas of the Southwest offers tours that allow visitors to pet and interact with the animals. The ranch also sells a wide variety of alpaca-related merchandise.