A visit to Mohave Museum is a visit to the pioneer past. Our exhibits begin with portraits of all our United States Presidents and First Ladies displayed in the Hall of Presidents. Most of these artworks were painted by renowned Master Painter, Lawrence Williams (1913-2003). Then on to a series of Dioramas depicting the development of the region and Mohave County’s history in the mining of gold, silver, copper, and turquoise. We also display an intimate collection of Andy Devine memorabilia, donated by the Devine family.
…the heart of historic Route 66
The Mohave Museum of History and Arts is now open to the public!
Our current operating hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The last admission is at 3:30 p.m.
Masks are not required.
Museum of History and Arts
Monday -Friday, 9am - 4pm;
(last admission, 3:30PM)
Closed weekends and Major Holidays
AZ Route 66 Museum
Tuesday -Saturday, 9am - 4pm
(last admission, 4:00pm)
Closed on Major Holidays
Tuesday -Friday, 11am - 3pm
(last admission 2:30PM)
(Guided Tour only)
Closed Weekends and Major Holidays
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