UFO Museum Information
Area 66 presents an alternative history to the United States Government’s involvement with UFOs and extraterrestrials during the Cold War era.
On May 20, 1953, a UFO allegedly crashed outside Kingman, Arizona. The U.S. military may have recovered the crash debris and one alien corpse, and may have taken the material to the decommissioned Yucca Army Airfield in Yucca, Arizona for investigation.
After years of intensive study, this material may have provided the U.S. military with advanced technology useful in the development of classified aircraft and spacecraft. The geodesic sphere located on the grounds of Area 66 houses a museum preserving this unknown chapter in America history. Area 66 makes no claims regarding the authenticity of these events but rather leaves it to you, the visitor, to create your own reality.
Admission is $10 for Adults, $5 for Children 8-17, $5 for vets, active duty and 55+, and Children under 8 are free.