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Sharlot Hall Museum

415 W Gurley St Prescott AZ 86301
(928) 771-1130
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The collection of the Sharlot Hall Museum are spread across nine buildings and four gardens and a tour to these would take you through various themed exhibits related to the region's history and culture. Among these, the Native American baskets collection is recommended because of display of colorful items. Fun events and other festivities are a regular feature at the museum.

About the Museum: Sharlot Hall Museum is named after its founder, Sharlot Mabridth Hall (1870-1943), who became well known as a poet, activist, politician, and Arizonabs first territorial historian. Sharlot Hall was one of the Westbs most remarkable women. As early as 1907, Ms. Hall saw the need to save Arizona's history and planned to develop a museum. She began to collect both Native...

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Local history is documented at this remarkable museum. Along with the original ponderosa pine log cabin, which housed the territorial governor, and the museum, named for historian and poet Sharlot Hall, the parklike setting contains three fully restored period homes and a transportation museum. Territorial times are the focus, but natural history and artifacts of the area's prehistoric peoples...

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Opened in 1928 in a log home that once served as the governor's mansion of the Arizona territory, this museum was founded by Sharlot Hall, who served as the territorial historian from 1909 to 1911. In addition to the governor's "mansion," which is furnished much as it might have been when it was built, several other interesting buildings can be toured. With its traditional wood-frame...

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Had been wanting to go for a long time, so glad I finally did, I learned so much about the history of Prescott. It was an interesting and educational afternoon.

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What a totally fun day
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Sharlot Hall Museum is an educational and cultural center.

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