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Our tour takes us to higher elevation where the beauty abounds. As we climb, Joshua Trees, some over 600 years old blossom into a magnificent forest. Within this forest lies the Historic Grand Canyon Western Ranch. After your Western Breakfast, their Cowboy Guide will lead you to your saddled horse where you’ll mount for this hour-long scenic peaceful ride. During your ride, you’ll pass by their Buffalo corral and view these superb animals.
Your adventure begins the moment you board our comfortable passenger transport. Our well-known Tour Guide is locally cultivated; He grew up exploring the wonders of Northwest Arizona from its History, Desert Terrain to Wildlife. His ancestral roots date back to the 1800’s and his families vintage collections have been featured in Mohave Museum of History & Arts exhibitions.
The Route 66 Museum is truly unique in that it is a museum of history, housed in a historical building that lighted the way for the earliest Route 66 travelers. The building, built between 1907 & 1911, powered early Kingman and area mines starting in July, 1909. It also supplied power for the construction of Hoover Dam, until the Dam began producing cheaper hydroelectric power in the late 1930’s. The Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum, the first of it’s kind anywhere. This Museum includes twenty-nine (and counting) vehicles on loan from the Historic Electric Vehicle Foundation, with members world-wide. The tour begins with an elevator ride down 21 stories (210 feet) to the Chapel of the Ages cavern, the scene of numerous weddings throughout the years and large enough to hold two football fields. Your guide will tell you about the history of these awesome Caverns.
Grand Canyon West Rim is approximately 4,000 feet above the canyon floor where the Colorado River runs through. First stop Hualapai Ranch then on to scenic Eagle Point with last stop Guano Point. Next, we head to Grand Canyon Western Ranch for lunch with the singing cowboy in a Western styled restaurant. As we head back to your origination, we’ll take a short trip through the Joshua Tree Forest and pictures with a quick stop at Grand Canyon West Art Gallery.
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Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
What people are saying about Art & Culture in Kingman
Horseback Riding, Joshua Tree Forest, and Buffalo Tour"This was an incredible experience for our family. The horses were easy to ride and the trail guides were friendly, patient and offered a lot of information while we rode. The lunch was great and the singing Cowboy made our experience even more memorable! Would definitely recommend this excursion!"..."
Oatman Village Western Mining Town and Route 66 Experience"We had a great tour guide “Sarge” and we loved the burrows . We ate at the oatman hotel and we thought the money was cool that everyone left."..."
Grand Canyon Caverns, Route 66 with Electric Vehicle Museum & Lunch"Our tour guide Bob was amazing. He was so personable and polite. His sense of humor was a definite plus, and his knowledge of the history of the area was phenomenal. We learned a lot of fun facts. We loved the electric vehicle museum in Kingman and the old diner with the jukebox, and so much more. It was a blast from the past. We'll be back for sure."..."
Grand Canyon West/Skywalk (Optional) Western Ranch (Lunch) & Joshua Tree Forest"Desert wonder tours I highly recommend. Cowboy Dave at the Grand Canyon ranch is hilariously entertaining for the lunch portion of the trip. Pure fun and exciting."..."
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