Did you know that the Sharlot Hall Museum is the largest museum in the central territory of Arizona? Yep, and YOU can visit to see the permanent exhibits that contribute to the rich cultural history of the state!
Sharlot Hall Museum begain life back in 1928, when Sharlot Mabridth Hall herself opened a small museum in the Governor's Mansion, and eighty years later her legacy exceeds four acres in downtown Prescott, Arizona.
During your visit, kids can compare aerial views of the townscapes from present day, right back through to the mid-19th century. It's amazing to see how much the town has grown!
The Baskets Keep Talking exhibits offers an important learning experience for kids as they see the relationship of the Yavapai-Prescott Indian tribe's history and culture through the baskets and stories they reveal.
Sharlot Hall Museum also offer "Living History" experiences for guests, held the second Saturday of the month from 10am - 3pm. Here, you can go back in time and re-live 19th century life with staff and volunteers making the experience so much more realistic!
So step back into the history books at Sharlot Hall Museum, because you never know what you just might learn!