Museum Closed to Public

The Sharlot Hall Museum will be closed to the public on Saturday, August 27, in preparation for Sharlot's Cellar.

Sharlot’s Cellar

Experience Prescott's premier wine event at the Sharlot Hall Museum's annual fundraiser. Enjoy fine wines, craft brews, and other artisanal drinks paired with gourmet hors d'oeuvres by local chefs. Listen to live music performances as you stroll the Museum's picturesque grounds and enjoy the best of Prescott's food and wine scene! Proceeds from the event […]

$100.00

Pop-Up Program: Corn Husk Classroom

School is in session! Using everyday materials, create your own corn husk model classroom with students and a teacher. Who makes the rules? You do. Pop-up programs are monthly mini-programs, […]

$12

Living History: Hearty Habits

An apple a day keeps the doctor away...or does it? Early pioneers did not always have access to the latest medical solutions. For some, it started in their garden. Others fell for the snake oil salesman’s con. Would you be fooled? Explore the Museum’s campus and meeting Living History interpreters on the grounds and in […]

$12

Prescott Indian Art Market

The 24th annual PIAM, Sharlot Hall Museum's premier Native American art market, welcomes over 100 top Native American artists to the Museum grounds for two days of art, music, demonstrations, and more! One of the top five indigenous art markets in the nation, the Market hosts a wealth of spectacular art, including sculpture, textiles, acrylics, […]

$5.00 – $12.00

Pop-Up Program: Corn Husk Classroom

School is in session! Using everyday materials, create your own corn husk model classroom with students and a teacher. Who makes the rules? You do. Pop-up programs are monthly mini-programs, held in one of our exhibits. This year’s theme is “Hands-On History”—engage with Arizona history in an interactive, hands-on way through crafts, games, and activities! Pop-up […]

$12

Lecture: Castle Hot Springs – A Visual History

Tucked into the rugged and stark landscape of the Bradshaw Mountains of Central Arizona, Castle Hot Springs opened in 1896 and holds the title of Arizona's oldest resort. Over its history, it welcomed national and international leaders, entertainers, and personalities. Join award-winning filmmaker Kristin Atwell Ford as she explores the history of this unique site […]

Free

Movies at the Museum: “Castle Hot Springs: Oasis of Time”

Join us for a special showing of the Emmy®-Award-winning documentary Castle Hot Springs: Oasis of Time, with an introduction and Q&A with filmmaker Kristin Atwell Ford. Discover the colorful story of Arizona's oldest resort! As a supplement to the film, the Museum's Library and Archives will have a special display of photos, ephemera, and collection […]

$15.00 – $25.00

Pop-Up Program: Sharlot’s Spooky Stories

As ghosts and ghouls come out to play, join us as we become historians that interact with these legends and superstitions. Craft your own spooky-themed pop-up card while concocting a Frankenstein fill-in-the-blank story. Pop-up programs are monthly mini-programs, held in one of our exhibits. This year’s theme is “Hands-On History”—engage with Arizona history in an […]

Living History: Victorian Superstitions

Got superstitions? We do. From covering mirrors to living with coffins, Victorians honored their deceased loved ones and peered into the afterlife in many haunting ways. Join us to hunt for ghosts and explore the Museum, shrouded with mystery! Meeting Living History interpreters on the grounds and in historic buildings as they go about their […]

$12