The Mohave Museum of History and Arts is supported through admissions, donations, memberships and Gift Shop sales. The benefits of membership include free admission for members and their out-of-town guests, a 10% discount in the Gift Shop, a monthly newsletter and invitations to special events. Of course, the greatest satisfaction is the realization that the support helps to preserve, and make available to the public, the history of Mohave County and Northwest Arizona.
General Member $30.00
Includes member and immediate family; free admission to Mohave Museum, Powerhouse Route 66 Museum, Bonelli House; monthly newsletter with expanded quarterly edition; 10% discount on items purchased from the Mohave Museum Gift Shop; member voting privileges; invitations to exhibit openings and special events.
Supporting Member $100.00
Includes all General member benefits; plus, no-charge research assistance from the Museum library staff (excluding reproduction costs).
Business Member $200.00
Includes all Supporting member benefits; plus, frameable Certificate of Membership in the Mohave County Historical Society; recognition in the Museum newsletter; ten single use passes in the name of your business for you and your employee's use.
Director's Circle $500.00
Includes all Supporting member benefits; plus, frameable Certificate of Membership in the Mohave County Historical Society; recognition in the Museum newsletter; invitation to a personal tour of the exhibits and artifacts with the Museum Director.
Membership and contributions are tax deductible (except for $2.50). Memberships are payable annually.
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Special Tour Admission Rate (Guided Tours are provided with an on-staff Docent). Included in your admission fee is a free pass to visit the Historic Route 66/Powerhouse Museum.
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 Diorama depicting the development of the region and Mohave County’s history in mining of gold, silver, copper, and turquoise. We also display an intimate collection of Andy Devine memorabilia, donated by the Devine family.
A feature of the tour is a fully functioning 1926 Austin Pipe Organ, donated by the local Methodist Church where it was originally located. Also on the grounds of our museum you will see an 1898 all-wooden rail car that was turned into a “prototype” caboose in 1923 by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad. Our visitors are welcome to walk through the caboose and range freely through the remainder of the exhibits.
Before leaving, you can visit our great Gift Shop, which specializes in original turquoise jewelry made from “Kingman Turquoise” mined at our local Mineral Park Mine.
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