Sharlot Hall Museum will be open on July 4th (10am-5pm) and July 6th (1pm-5pm). 


Things to see

Explore Four Acres of History

View our gardens, historic buildings and exhibits that showcase the history of our Arizona heritage.


Historic Buildings

Visit our lush and unique campus of eleven exhibit buildings—eight of which are historic, with one included on the National Register of Historic Places.



We are fortunate to house many permanent exhibits which contribute greatly to the rich cultural history of Arizona and, in particular, the Central Highlands and Yavapai County.


Rose Garden

The Territorial Women’s Memorial Rose Garden is dedicated to the pioneering and frontier women who helped settle the State of Arizona.

Upcoming Program & Events Calendar

There’s always something happening at the Museum. Check out our upcoming programs and events on our event calendar.


Join us at our biggest annual event

Prescott Indian Art Market logo

Experience Native American culture in a unique way.
September 21-22, 2024

Opportunities to learn

Educational Programs

Our fun and informative programs draw visitors into a variety of historical topics, dates, and themes. Explore our program offerings below.

Pop-Up Programs

Pop up programs are fun, all-ages mini-programs hosted monthly somewhere on the Museum campus.

Lecture Series

Uncover new stories from Arizona’s past through lectures.

Living History Adventure

This program brings Prescott’s territorial period to life, with a historical focus on 1870-1880.


Make new connections with history-based youth camps.

Family & Youth Programs

Pop up programs are fun, all-ages mini-programs hosted monthly somewhere on the Museum campus.

Enjoy Programs with your Membership

Get free or discounted admission to many Sharlot Hall Museum programs with a membership.

Enjoy Member Benefits

Experience the benefits of Sharlot Hall Museum memberships like free admission, discounted tickets to special events and much more!

Visit our Research Center

The Sharlot Hall Museum Research Center (Library & Archives) is a full-service research facility, collecting and preserving archaeological, cultural, and historical materials related to Prescott and the surrounding communities, Yavapai County, and Central Arizona.

Our Research Center is a public library, and as such, open to all without charge.

Who Was Sharlot Hall?

A woman ahead of her time, Sharlot M. Hall spearheaded the cause to preserve Arizona’s history and artifacts during the early 1900s. After persuading the City of Prescott to purchase the “Old Governor’s Mansion” as a historic property, she opened the Museum’s doors to the public in 1928.

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