Venture to Historic Prescott and enjoy the Courthouse Park Plaza, Whiskey Row, antique shops and an abundance of Arizona’s early history. In 1864, Prescott became the first territorial capitol. Ever since, it has been the center of culture for our state. Sharlot Hall Museum is one of the most amazing collections of artifacts and authentic structures that you will ever see. The Smoki Museum highlights the Native Americans of the Southwest. Whiskey Row is famous for its saloons and hotels. Enjoy a cool beverage at the same bar that was frequented by Doc Holliday. Prescott is home to many weekend festivals and art shows. We can let you know what the town has planned for the weekend that you request.
Enjoy lunch in the old west style at the Palace Saloon!! There are many museums available, canoe rentals on Watson Lake, and The Frontier Days Rodeo is each year in June. Ask about options for a pass through Wickenburg for a tour of Vulture Mine or a pass through historic Jerome.