Historic Prescott- Museums and More!
Prescott Arizona has so much outdoor recreation that it's easy to overlook the indoor activities. Well, not all indoor.
Prescott's rich in western/southwestern history. Look no further than the fabulous museums. If you're looking to absorb some of Prescott's rich history, look no further.
Sharlot Hall Museum
Explore the original governor's mansion, walk through the beautiful flower garden, and take in the many exhibits and interactive displays. If you're wondering what daily life was like in the frontier days, the museum has several Living History events throughout the year. Learn more about the Sharlot Hall Museum
Phippen Museum - Art and Heritage of the American west
You don't need to be a fan of western art to appreciate all the works the Phippen Museum has to offer. Exhibits featuring paintings of the southwest in a variety of mediums, oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel. Not to mention ceramics, bronzes, jewelry, studio replicas and more! Learn more about the Phippen Museum
Museum of Indigenous People
Inside you'll find displays and exhibits of historic, prehistoric, and contemporary Indian arts and culture mostly from the Southwest and Northern Mexico. There are a number of things to see throughout; pottery, bone and clay artifacts, stone tools and objects, jewelry, and various weaving's (i.e. blankets, rugs, baskets). Learn more about the Museum of Indigenous People
Community Nature Center
There's plenty of exploration, education, and recreation within the boundary of the Community Nature Center. Within the Community Nature Center(CNC) is over 1.5 miles of trails for a nice walk, hike, bird watching, and a bit of wildlife. There's also a habitat garden with 20+ species of native plants(with labeled plaques) and rain garden. Learn more about Prescott's Community Nature Center