1400 E. Andy Devine Ave.
Kingman, AZ 86401
Phone: (928) 753-4747
Fax: (928) 753-5175
Built in the year 1915, it is located in Kingman, Arizona. It was built by George Bonelli with local tufa stone. The structure has two rectangular stories, front center entrance with sidelights, interior chimneys, French doors and tall windows. The house retains its original plumbing, wiring and furnishing. It is a vernacular-style raised cottage architecture serving the desert climate in the region. It now belongs to the City of Kingman and serves a historic house museum.
The building of Mohave County Courthouse and Jail was constructed in 1909 and exhibits the Classical Revival style of architecture. The jail is considered to be one of those few which have been retained till date. The beautiful white structure of the building gives it a classy and archaic look. The buildings persevere to be used for their original purposes.
Saint Mary’s Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic congregation in Kingman. It organizes weekly liturgical services and Eucharistic celebrations for the community. This historic building was built in 1906 and exemplifies the Mission/Spanish Revival school of architecture. A unique characteristic is that the stone used in the construction was sourced exclusively from the Metcalfe Quarry.
Maintaining local parks and providing residents with a variety of classes, workshops, special events, and athletic opportunities.
The Powerhouse is the home of the KIngman visitors informaiton center. Pick up a map at the visitors center to guide you on a walking tour of historic downtown Kingman.