The Sharlot Hall Museum is fortunate to house many permanent exhibits which contribute greatly to the rich cultural history of Arizona and in particular, Yavapai County.

These include:

Skyviews: Aerial Townscapes of Prescott, 1868 to the Present” in the lobby of the Granite Creek Center (location of the Library & Archives on McCormick Street), which showcases relationships between Prescott’s geography and civic growth; and

The Baskets Keep Talking” exhibit in the Hartzell Room of the Sharlot Hall Building, which relates the Yavapai-Prescott Indian tribe’s history and culture through baskets and the stories they reveal.

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