Be surrounded by Arizona history and ancestry while visiting the Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott. We are the educational and cultural center that brings to the community an appreciation of historical, social and natural aspects of Arizona, specifically the Central Highlands area. From the on-property historical buildings to the territorial gardens and on to the collections, exhibits, displays and other historically significant documentation, we are the perfect place to bring a school group, or family. Delve into the rich past to learn about the beginnings of the Arizona Territory and how Prescott and the surrounding communities became what they are today. To enjoy a fuller experience, browse our online links to the past and read about prehistoric Native cultures along with points of interest that will help you appreciate our fascination with the area long ago. We are currently offering online printable coupons for savings on our Folk Arts Fair. Children 12 and under get FREE admission with our coupon.
Historical Buildings, Museum Library & Archives, Reading Room, The Research Center, Territorial Rose Garden, Movies, Periodicals (Newspapers, Magazines & Journals), Historic Maps & Trail Maps , Reference Materials, Permanent Exhibits and Displays.
Sharlot Hall Museum Happenings
Group Tours, Yearly Festivals, Special Events, Living History Presentations.
42nd Annual Folk Arts Fair
Village of Traditions - June 4th & 5th, 2016, Museum property becomes a 19th century Arizona village., Arts of Territorial Arizonians, Sheep Shearing and Spinning into Yarn, Basket Weaving, Blacksmithing Trade Demonstrations, Folk Music, Freshly Churned Butter & Baked Biscuits.
Sharlot Hall Museum is located in Prescott, Arizona at 415 West Gurley Street. We are easily reached from the surrounding AZ cities of Yavapai Hills, Groom Creek, Prescott Valley, Williamson, Dewey-Humboldt, Chino Valley and other Arizona cities nearby.