Sharlot Hall Museum

Sharlot Hall Museum

415 W. Gurley St., Prescott, AZ 86301


“An Arizona Historical Adventure,” Sharlot Hall has something for everyone in the family. From educational tours, Living History, informative exhibits, and preserved historical buildings, let Sharlot Hall be your ticket to adventure.

Tucked away in beautiful Prescott, Arizona, Sharlot Hall Museum is located just two scenic blocks from the historical Prescott Courthouse Plaza and Whiskey Row.

Located in the former Arizona Governor’s Mansion, the museum has become one of the premiere historical sites in Arizona. The museum is the oldest Arizona Territory building still standing in its original location.

Founded in 1927 by Sharlot Hall, the museum has grown from her own personal collection of artifacts and papers to a sprawling historical site. Here you can find:

• Natural Gardens
• Historical Buildings
• Library and Archive Building
• Theatre
• Rare Books
• Original Documents
• Photographs
• Maps

Whatever your interest Sharlot Hall has something for you:

• Living History Adventures
• Monthly Historical Lectures
• Music Events
• Annual Folk Music Festival
• Old West and Frontier History
• Native American History
• Military History
• Mining and Railroad History

Tours are available, scheduled two weeks in advance in both 60 and 90 minute sessions. The 90-minute tour is recommended as this will give you plenty of time to see all that the museum has to offer.


• Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
• Sunday: 12 noon – 4 p.m.


• Adults: $9.00
• Seniors or Active Duty Military: $8.00
• College Students: $6.00
• Youth: $5.00
• Children 12 and Under: FREE


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