We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Just popped in while in town. This is a very small local museum in the small town of Ash Fork. There is a small amount of local artifacts, a couple vehicles including a fire truck, gifts and such. Admission is free and they would love...More
Ash Fork, once a thriving railway hub is now run down, tired and abandoned-looking. The homes there look more like shacks than anything else and yet... there is a museum of all things.
We live in Arizona and had driven up north a bit to...More
I was staying in Ash Fork and had planned to visit the museum on the morning of my departure. Opening hours show 9 am but at 9,30 gate was still locked. We missed out, sadly. Another vehicle waiting also drove off.
I only stopped in Ash Fork as I needed fuel and I found this little unspoiled Town. The museum and tourist information were closed and it looks permanent. The town looks like time stopped when the Interstate opened. It a little treasure and some locals...More
This is a wonderful museum in Ash Fork on route 66/business 40 through Ash Fork on the West side of Ash Fork. Staffed by volunteers with nice exhibits. Definitely worth up to an hour to see exhibits or spend more time in the archives.
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