Sharlot Hall Museum

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415 W Gurley St, Prescott, AZ 86301, United States

The Sharlot Hall Museum is an open-air museum and heritage site located in Prescott, Arizona. Opened in 1928 by Sharlot M. Hall as the Gubernatorial Mansion Museum, the museum that now bears her name is dedicated to preserving the history and culture of the Central Highlands of Arizona.

The Museum offers a growing “Living History” experience for guests, highlighted by themed programs on the second Saturday of each month on the Museum grounds (see Events listings), from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 


  • The Governor’s Mansion: It was the center of Arizona’s territorial government from 1864-1867
  • The Sharlot Hall Building: constructed in 1936 as a project of the Civil Works Administration and once home to Sharlot Hall, it also houses many of the Museum’s historical exhibits
  • Frémont House: this house of early New England tradition was built in 1875 on the corner of Marina and Gurley streets, on a slight hill with a view

Opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM,
Sunday from noon to 4 PM
Closed on Mondays


Adults: $12, children (13-17yrs): $5, children under 12: free


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