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Exhibits

Current & Upcoming Exhibits

Our changing exhibits feature unique stories from Arizona’s past and showcase portions of our extensive collection. Visit the pages below to learn more about our current temporary exhibits, housed in the Lawler Exhibit Center.

Currently at Museum Center Gallery

“To The Rodeo, Pardner!” *Closing Soon*

Yee-haw! Don’t miss seeing To the Rodeo, Pardner! exhibit. After a long run, To the Rodeo, Pardner will be closing July 7th, 2024.
Every year, the Prescott area welcomes rodeo fans from around the world to the annual celebration of its western heritage, Prescott Frontier Days®. The World’s Oldest Rodeo® continues to amaze young and old with its displays of ranch-style thrill and skill.

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coming to West Gallery

The Cabinet of Curiosities

In the lobby of the Lawler Exhibit Center, our Cabinet of Curiosities features changing mini-exhibits. Currently, you can see more items related to our temporary exhibit, “To The Rodeo, Pardner!” in the neighboring exhibit space.

Permanent Exhibits

The Sharlot Hall Museum is 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. These include:

Lawler Exhibit Center

The Lawler Exhibit Center features an exhibit wing on the prehistory of Arizona’s Central Highlands, an exhibit on Sharlot M. Hall, and two changing exhibit spaces.

Transportation Building

From bicycles to surreys, freight wagon and stagecoach to Ford Model-T and Sharlot’s own Durant Star car, the Transportation Building hosts the Museum’s “rolling stock.”

Sharlot Hall Building Exhibits

The Sharlot Hall Building’s two permanent exhibits “The Baskets Keep Talking” and “Territorial Prescott” present a history of the Yavapai people and a window into the early culture of Prescott.

Skyviews: Aerial Townscapes of Prescott, 1868 to the Present

In the lobby of the Granite Creek Center, this permanent exhibit showcases the relationships between Prescott’s geography and civic growth.

Previous Exhibits

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office

The “YCSO-150 years of Law ‘n’ Order” exhibit detailed the colorful history of the Yavapai County Sheriff Department and included an extensive gallery of artifacts and memorabilia related to the department.

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Exploring Arizona

For gold and glory, explorers and adventurers came to a vast land that would be called Arizona. This exhibit follows the treks of such explorers and adventurers as Cardenas, Coronado, Sitgreaves, and Whipple.

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