Living History Adventure
The Sharlot Hall Museum’s Living History Adventure program brings Prescott’s territorial period to life, focusing on the founding of Arizona in 1863 to statehood in 1912.
What was daily life on the Arizona frontier like? Living History interpreters connect visitors with the past as they demonstrate historic livelihoods and lifestyles. Guests are invited to step into the Ranch House, Schoolhouse, Print Shop, and more as they discover the story of Prescott in a fresh way.
The Living History Adventure is held the second Saturday of the month, April-October. With a different theme each month, fun and supplemental hands-on activities for families make sure that all visitors can connect with history on their level! With activities, games, and crafts to take home, there is something for all ages.
If you would like to become a volunteer Living History interpreter, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Greg Kenny at email@example.com to get started.
Upcoming Living History Events
Living History Adventure is the second Saturday of the month, April through October. 2024 schedule and information coming soon.
Latest Past Events
Move beyond the everyday. The veil between this world and the next is thinnest this time of year, and the spirits are out to play. Embark on a haunting journey, and let our campus cast a spell on you as we explore Victorian superstitions, mourning practices, and more. Explore the Museum’s campus and meet Living […]
Sip some cider and enjoy the small comforts of life. So grab a friend, join us, and learn about how territorial residents communicated and traveled as summer draws to a close at the Museum. Explore the Museum’s campus and meet Living History interpreters on the grounds and in historic buildings as they go about their […]
Trade in your baseball hat for your thinking cap...school is in session! Get ready to put your knowledge to the test. After all, the bell is ringing. Explore the world of frontier education at our August Living History Adventure. Explore the Museum’s campus and meet Living History interpreters on the grounds and in historic buildings […]