Wipe your blues away; it’s a sunny day. Pack up a picnic basket and venture out to the Museum. Test your luck and pan for gold, challenge your family to […]
Update 7/4/22: This lecture has been rescheduled from May 21. Thank you for your patience! During the late 1800s a specialized group of frontiersmen began arriving in the Southwest. They were part artist, part technician and part chemist—these were the frontier photographers! They came with their cameras, tripods, photo chemicals and wagons to document the […]
The Sharlot Hall Museum will be closed to the public on Saturday, August 27, in preparation for 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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]