What to Expect:
Your Desert Wonder Tours adventure begins at your hotel where one of our 5 star rated guides will welcome you aboard our sanitized passenger van and offer you PPEs and purified water. Your group will be spirited away <pun intended> to the Powerhouse Visitors Center, Route 66 & Electric Vehicle Museums. After a short visit, then we head down Route 66 to desert wineries where you will have the opportunity to try up to 7 different local wines. The beauty of the desert landscape, surrounded by green vineyards and distant mountain scene creates the perfect ambience for relaxing and visiting with friends, old and new, while sipping your favorite signature wine choices.
After a leisurely visit, your group will embark once again on Route 66 to downtown Kingman where you will be treated to your pre-chosen freshly made lunch from either Sirens Café or Floyd & Company. Both are local restaurant favorites. Either hot or cold lunch choice is served along with your favorite brewed beer or wine at Black Bridge Brewery. After lunch, your Desert Wonder chauffeur will provide you with a wine glass if you choose to enjoy one of your signature beverages on the return route to your hotel.
What to Bring:
- Spring/Summer, cool attire appropriate for desert heat
- Fall/Winter, warm attire appropriate for desert cool to cold temperatures
- Comfortable shoes
Route 66 & Electric Vehicle Museums in the Powerhouse Visitors Center
Your adventure begins with our first experience at the Kingman Powerhouse Visitors Center/Route 66 & Electric Vehicle Museums. The Route 66/Electric Vehicle Museum is in Kingman’s Historic Powerhouse and depicts the historical evolution of travel along the 35th parallel that became Route 66. Brilliant murals, photos and life-size dioramas capture each of the groups that have traveled what came to be known as the Mother Road.
Stetson Winery & Event Center
Little Old Wine Drinkers Winery & Vineyard
Black Bridge Brewery & Lunch
Black Bridge Brewery gets its name from a local teen party spot a black metal railroad bridge built in the 1930’s on the old National Trails Highway, predating Route 66. Kingman teens often gathered beneath this huge bridge to party and hang out. The owner of Black Bridge Brewery, Tim Schritter, wanted to bring the same party spirit to a more appropriate venue. Tim learned metal fabrication from his father at the age of 13 and use his skills to build his first brewing system. He has expanded his palate and unique brews to include over a dozen brews. Black Bridge also boasts an impressive wine and mixed drink menu.
❌ Beer or wine purchases
- Times may vary depending on level of fun
- Release of Liability Required
- We will charge a cancellation fee of 100% if booking is cancelled 1 day or less before the event
- We will charge a cancellation fee of 0% if booking is cancelled 1000 days or less before the event