Museum in Prescott

Sharlot Hall Museum

Prescott's most important museum highlights Prescott's period as territorial capital. The museum is named for its 1928 founder, pioneer woman Sharlot Hall (1870–1943), and a small exhibit in the lobby commemorates h…
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 contemporary art depicting…
Museum in Prescott

Smoki Museum

This pueblo-style museum displays Southwestern Native American objects – baskets, pottery, kachina dolls – dating from prehistoric times to the present. One surprising exhibit addresses the true origins of the 'Smok…
Arts & Crafts in Prescott

Ogg's Hogan

Cortez St, which runs east of the plaza, has become a hive of antique and collectible stores, as well as home to Ogg’s Hogan, with its excellent selection of Native American crafts and jewelry, mostly from Arizona t…
Area in Prescott

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. A devastating 1900 fire destroyed 25 saloons, five …
Art in Prescott

4th Friday Art Walk