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Bonelli house

430 E Spring St, Kingman, AZ
+1 928-753-1413
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Very interesting

It was just my husband and I with the tour guide. He was great. This house reminded me of my... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Kathy S
Surprisingly modern

We were surprised by how modern this house was but did find out that it wasn't that long ago that... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2017
Lethbridge, Canada
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430 E Spring St, Kingman, AZ
+1 928-753-1413
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Reviewed 3 May 2017

It was just my husband and I with the tour guide. He was great. This house reminded me of my grandmother's house. Even had the old house smell.

Thank Kathy S
Reviewed 12 April 2017

We were surprised by how modern this house was but did find out that it wasn't that long ago that people lived in it. Part of the ticket price from the Route 66 museum so good value for the money and nice to see how...More

Thank Carlytoo
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Very well kept home, docent is very well informed, nice for those who appreciate 19th century history

Thank KatieKin
Reviewed 5 February 2017

The Bonelli house is a third museum included in the high value single entry ticket along with Kingman 66 museum and the Mohave museum. While the other two were pretty interesting, this one wasn't so. It's also little bit further from those two. You must...More

Thank B1714D
Reviewed 19 December 2016

We hit all the big 3 museums in Kingman on this day. The route 66, the local history museum and finally this as it was a package deal. Quite interesting to see how the houses were built in this day and age. The docent was...More

4  Thank AZboyinWI
Reviewed 4 November 2016

We visited the Bonnelli House, which is a a two story house, in the historic section of Kingman, Arizona. George Bonelli built the house with local tufa stone from Metcalfe Quarry. The tour was interesting.

Thank mini
Reviewed 19 May 2016

I have visited the Bonelli House several times over the past four decades and every time I hear, see and experience something new. I understand that the Bonelli son lived in the house for some years after the rest of his family passed away and...More

2  Thank DonnaGale1020
Reviewed 11 March 2016

Historic home. Tours given this home are very good. Home is furnished with many of the original items from the Bonelli family.. Built with 2 foot walls and basement house could remain comfortable even with the summer heat. Tour includes first and second floors

1  Thank Clifford L
Reviewed 4 March 2016

On an overnight road trip from Vegas we spent a few hours in Kingman. Prior research had found this place and we decided to have a look. The history dates back to the start of Kingman and was owned and updated by a wealthy landowner...More

1  Thank Lostkit
Reviewed 26 January 2016

One of the interesting attractions in Kingman is the historical Bonelli House ($2 suggested donation) which was built in 1915, representing an example of Anglo Territorial Architecture. Opening Hours 11am to 3pm (Monday-Friday). This century old homestead was built out of local tufa stone by...More

Thank BradJill
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