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The Baskets Keep Talking

Housed in the Hartzell Room and opened in 2007, “The Baskets Keep Talking” tells the story of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe…in their own words. Explore their history and culture in this vibrant exhibit.


Territorial Prescott

Peek into early Prescott and the lives of her inhabitants through the extensive exhibits in the Sharlot Hall Building—long the core exhibit building of the Sharlot Hall Museum campus. Discover military life at Fort Whipple, the beginning of the World’s Oldest Rodeo, the daily businesses of downtown Prescott, and much more.

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The Baskets Keep Talking

2007?
Housed in the Hartzell Room, “The Baskets Keep Talking” tells the story of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe…in their own words. Explore their history and culture in this vibrant exhibit.

Territorial Prescott

1980?
Peek into early Prescott and the lives of her inhabitants through the extensive exhibits in the Sharlot Hall Building–long the core exhibit building of the Sharlot Hall Museum campus. Discover military life at Fort Whipple, the beginning of the World’s Oldest Rodeo, the daily businesses of downtown Prescott, and much more.

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“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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