Prescott attractions

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Sharlot Hall Museum

Prescott's chief museum highlights the town's period as territorial capital (1863–67). The museum is named for its 1928 founder, pioneer woman Sharlot Hall (1870–1943). A small exhibit in the lobby commemorates her …
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Historic Downtown

Montezuma St west of Courthouse Plaza was once the infamous Whiskey Row, where 40 drinking establishments supplied suds to rough-hewn cowboys, miners and wastrels. In 1900 a devastating fire destroyed 25 saloons, fi…
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Smoki Museum

This pueblo-style museum displays Southwestern Indian objects – baskets, pottery, kachina dolls – dating from prehistoric times to the present. The museum works with area tribes to instill understanding and respect …
Museum in Prescott

Phippen Museum

The Phippen, located 7 miles north of Prescott en route to Jerome, is named after cowboy artist George Phippen. The museum hosts changing exhibits of celebrated Western artists, along with a permanent collection of …