The Highlands Center for Natural History is a nature center designed to invite discovery. With educational programs for kids and adults, as well as weekly events, there's something for everyone at this beautiful venue.
Star-gazing is always an enjoyable pastime and even more so in a comfy recliner and bug-free environment.
If you've never experienced Prescott, AZ at Christmas time, you'll want to plan a trip this holiday season. From the courthouse lighting ceremony, to the Christmas parade featuring the one and only Santa Claus, it's no wonder this beautiful...
The Sharlot Hall museum paints a complete picture of Prescott and the Arizona Central Highlands. We recommend adding it to your list as a 'must-do' on your next Prescott trip.
A new exhibit at Sharlot Hall called, 'Arizona and the Great War' tells the story of Arizona's transition from a southwest territory to a patriotic state.
Prescott is home to scores of talented artists who continually find inspiration amidst cool, mountainous forests. These local and visiting artists come together on the 4th Friday of every month for Prescott's Art Walk.
When it's time to welcome in the New Year, the party moves to Whiskey Row for a Times Square type celebration with a uniquely western twist.
Prescott's Circle Trail provides many recreational opportunities for hikers, bikers, and anyone who enjoys the great outdoors.
While many of the old saloons have taken on new identities as art galleries and restaurants, Matt's Saloon on Whiskey Row is still a great place for a heck of a good time.
Join host, JR Cardenas as he explores 'Everybody's Home Town', Prescott, Arizona. Whether you plan to visit for a day, a weekend, or longer, Prescott is a destination with something for everyone.

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