A self-sustaining private museum started in the early 20th Century by Sharlot Hall, a delegate to the Convention that made Arizona a state. Sharlot Mabridth Hall (October 27, 1870 – April 9, 1943) was an American journalist, poet and historian. She was the first woman...更多
Four educated adults (four master's degrees and a PhD among us) spent three hours and did not feel at all that we stayed too long. There's plenty to see, with displays that are laid out well and with friendly, helpful docents. The museum has taken...更多
The Sharlot Hall Museum was our first stop in Prescott. The museum is located just two blocks off of Whiskey Row (Montezuma St). Free parking is available on the street (W Gurley St) or in the large lot behind the property (W Gurley and Summit...更多
My 6 year old son and I spent 2 hours here today. He was especially intrigued by the school house and what it was like for kids to go to school back in the 1800s. We loved the Governors Mansion. Very beautiful place.
In charming downtown Prescott, there is a time machine. Just step onto the grounds of the the Sharlot Hall Museum, and you will experience history by exploring the one-of-a-kind buildings that have been collected there: the first schoolhouse, the first territorial governor's mansion, a house...更多