120 West Andy Devine Avenue
Kingman, AZ , 86401-5870
Phone: (928) 753-9889
The Route 66 Museum is truly unique in that it is a museum of history, housed in the historical Powerhouse building, located in the “heart” of the longest remaining stretch of the 2400 miles that was Route 66. The Route 66 Museum depicts the historical evolution of travel along the 35th parallel that became Route 66. The brilliant murals, photos and life size dioramas capture each of the groups that have traveled the route that has come to be known as the Mother Road.
The penny machine is located to the left of the admission counter by the cash register. You do not have to pay admission to access the machine. General admission to the museum is $4 for adults. Seniors are $3. Children 12 and under are free with admission of an adult. Hours are daily 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Plenty of free parking. About 500 yards to the west is the Mohave Museum of History and Arts which has a 1 design (mule) penny machine.
Four designs available from a Penny Biz "Pressed Penny Souvenir" hand cranked machine. Each cost 50 cents (2 quarters only) on a penny that you supply.
1. (H) Image of Powerhouse museum building.
2. (H) A train.
3. (H) A corvette on route 66.
4. (H) A map of the route from Las Vegas to Kingman to the Grand Canyon.
G.P.S. coordinates: Latitude: N36° 10' 37.3188" Longitude: W115° 8' 7.4184"
8-28-2017 Machine working great.