Historic Powerhouse with Arizona Route 66 & Electric Vehicle Museums: http://www.gokingman.com/attraction-Powerhouse-Route-66-Museum
Alpacas of the Southwest: http://www.gokingman.com/day-trip-Alpacas-of-the-Southwest
Bonelli House Museum, constructed in 1915, was the second home of the Bonelli Family built on the same site after the original 1894 wooden-frame house burned down. Tour guides are at the House on weekdays between 11am and 3pm to conduct personal tours, provide historic background, share stories, and answer questions about pioneer life and activities of the day. Admission is included with admission to the Mohave Museum of History & Arts and the Arizona Route 66 Museum
Chloride Murals & Petroglyphs is up an old mining road extending from Tennessee Ave (the main road into town from Hwy 93). Most of the time, with a little clearance (no low-riders), you can drive right up to the site. But if the narrow dirt road is rough, it may be better accessed with a short hike. One can park somewhere along the road beyond the cattle guard at the edge of town, which is 1.4 miles from the Murals.
White Cliffs Wagon Trail: http://www.gokingman.com/attraction-White-Cliffs-Wagon-Trail
Historic Route 66 from Kingman to Crookton Road near Ashfork: The 106 miles (170km) from Kingman to the end of Crookton Road near Ashfork is iconic 1950’s-60’s Route 66. This stretch is similar to what most American’s remember from 1950’s and 1960’s family road trips out west to the Grand Canyon or California.