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This is a great little spot to stop as you make your way down Route 66. It is not very large but holds quite a nice amount of historical facts about the town and Route 66. It is free to enter but you can make...More
A very small, very local museum spotlighting Ash Creek. Once a thriving town which boasted Harvey Hotel (same design as the one in Williams which is now the train depot) and served the needs of travellers along Route 66. Now a small community whose story...More
Ash Fork is a small town on 66 that is considered the "flagstone capitol of the world". The museum is free, but open only Monday - Friday. It isn't a big and fancy museum, you basically get what you pay for the visit (it is...More
JoJo advised us to stop in Ash Fork on our way from Williams to Prescott. awesome museum, the fellow working there was very knowledgeable and fun to talk to. lots of neat stuff and nicely done, plan on spending an hour to really see all...More
Went there on a Friday, the boson Will was friendly and informative. A great history of Ash Fork including the school room area. There were pictures of my mom and other artifacts. They also have a fantastic kachina exhibit. Sadly, many of the historic buildings...More
This town is actually a sad example of what happened when I-40 came about. I'm not sure if I would drive a great distance to see this, but if you are interested in exploring Route 66 near here anyway, you should make a stop if...More
I enjoy stopping at local museums and have seen many throughout the US. The Ash Fork Museum, I think, is exceptional. I spent well over an hour perusing the displays. The volunteer was quite knowledgeable and interesting. A real enjoyable place.