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"Historic Arizona and Western Heritage"

Prescott Tourism

Prescott, Arizona is one of the most beautiful and vibrant cities in the USA. Located in Yavapai County, it is often referred to as "Everybody's Home Town". Prescott offers a wide range of tourist attractions and activities, making it an ideal vacation spot for families, adventurers, and nature lovers alike. The city's main attraction is its spectacular mountain scenery, with Thumb Butte at its center.

The historic downtown area of Prescott is a must-see for visitors, with its beautifully preserved Victorian buildings, art galleries, and boutiques. Here you can take a stroll along Whiskey Row, named for the saloons that lined the street in the late 19th century. The city also hosts several festivals throughout the year, including the Prescott Day Parade and the Labor Day Bluegrass Festival. Prescott is also home to a number of outdoor activities, from hiking and biking in the nearby mountains, to kayaking and swimming in Granite Creek. The city has several trails that take visitors to the top of Thumb Butte, where they can enjoy stunning views of the city and surrounding area. Other highlights include the Sharlot Hall Museum, which showcases the history of the area, and the Prescott National Forest, which is home to a variety of wildlife. Prescott is also a great place for mountain biking and off-roading. Visitors can take a guided tour or explore the nearby trails and roads. Prescott also offers a variety of restaurants, bars, and other activities for visitors to enjoy. When visiting Prescott, travelers should keep in mind that it is in a high-altitude desert environment. Summers can be hot, and winters can be cold, so visitors should plan accordingly. The city also has a strict noise ordinance in place, so visitors should be aware of that when planning their stay.

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First Territorial Capital and Governor's Mansion, 1864. Now part of Sharlot Hall Museum
First Prescott Courthouse, circa 1885

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