Museum Club

4.24 Votes Currently Open

This is a magnificent place which hosts an array of events and is the perfect place to hangout and enjoy at. The Museum Club has pool table, elk head and antler decorations, cemented trees and a large wooden floor. The place is great for dancing also. The place is known to be quite well managed and is replete with a friendly staff also. The place serves amazing native food and is known to provide all sorts of relaxations and recluse to people of all age groups. There’s band performances and the place has rustic wood lining from top to bottom.

Museum Club Travel Tips

  • Tickets can be bought through the official website. 

How to Reach Museum Club

  • By Bus: To Lockett Rd. / Manor Rd. bus station
  • By Train: To Amtrak Station - FLG train station
  • By rented car or taxi.

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  • Museum Club Address: 3404 Historic Rte 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86004, United States
  • Museum Club Contact Number: +1-9285269434
  • Museum Club Timing: 12:00 am - 02:00 am
  • Best time to visit Museum Club(preferred time): 02:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Museum Club: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 0.38% of people who visit Flagstaff include Museum Club in their plan

  • 33.33% of people start their Museum Club visit around 4 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Museum Club

Monday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museum Club

People normally club together Nativity Of The Blessed Virgin Mary and Lumberyard Brewing Co while planning their visit to Museum Club.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Museum Club Reviews & Ratings

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  • Super cool bartenders, especially Jane! Nice place to hang out and have a few drinks. Good drink specials and cheap prices overall. Would highly recommend if you are looking for a old cabin vibe!🙂

  • May have just been the night or the time but the bar was empty except for what seemed to be regulars and a couple of pretty good guitarists playing to an empty room. The bartender was a great guy and still enjoyed ourselves regardless.

  • The first thing that caught my eye was the entrance to The Museum Club. Now, I'm not sure but it sure does look like a very large Y shaped branch turned upsides down that makes the entrance and it's impressive!! Once you get inside you need to adjust your eyes a little bit cause it's not very brightly lit inside, which suits someone like me just fine. I'm in my early fifty's and personally like older establishments with a history and flare of their own and low lighting. I think what some might call a dive bar I call much cooler and comfortable than a loud, brightly lit, overly crowded dance club with a bunch of twenty-somethings that make me have fantasies about mass genocide!! JUST KIDDING,sort of....any how... inside the Museum Club you will find a pretty nice bald bartender ready to serve you a decent drink for a decent price. The bar itself is a piece of art. When you start to look around you will see many animals from around the area that were killed and stuffed and mounted long ago. Many of them need dusting but I don't think that the animals care. There's a old wood dance floor and a stage where there is karaoke on Thursday nights. It's an eclectic mix of people that you will see at the bar from college kids with half their head shaved the other half colored light purple, adorning many piercings to 80 year old grandma and grandpa doing the two-step on the dance floor to some old honky tonk music. There's also a pool table and a few arcade games and of course a dart board. Sometimes you will only find a few people there and other times you will find a good size crowd. Especially on Friday night which is sometimes ladies night with a live male reveiws show. Ladies are treated well by the establishment and men are expected to behave themselves. The bathrooms are clean and the overall atmosphere is very enjoyable and kickback. The Museum Club has a well-known reputation for being haunted and it does remind me of the haunted Mansion at Disneyland, but I think the spirit's that most people will find here are of the interesting clientele and the bottles of booze behind the bar.

  • Friendly atmosphere. Huge bar with a stage, dance floor, huge smoking patio and good drink specials.

  • We went to see Flagstaff Laff at 7:30pm when they hadn't shown by almost 8:30pm we left. Big waste of a drive from Munds Park. Wont waste my time that way again.

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