Really nothing special. I guess there's some history attached to it, but not much to take pictures of, and if you want to bar crawl, it's probably a great time. Better food, especially with less wait times, is right up the road.
The preserved buildings of the 1800's , the décor, the persevered memorabilia, the shops from artifacts to current art make you feel that you are walking hand in hand with Arizona history. The food is excellent, the weather perfect - it is a mile high city so mid-summer is no problem.
Quaint downtown area of Prescott. Interesting people, architecture, eats and scenery. Must go to the Palace Bar - oldest one in Prescott with a beautiful Oak bar that was salvaged for a historical fire.
Bar... gift shop.... bar.... gift shop.... bar..... bar..... Okay it's Whiskey Row! Not unusual to find the locals here. Great place to be on a weekend afternoon.... or during the week if you want to avoid the crowds!!1