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  • Prescott 101

    Prescott 101

    Buckey O'Neill Statue on Prescott Courthouse Plaza (Source: Visit-Prescott.com)Buckey O'Neill Statue on Prescott Courthouse Plaza (Source: Visit-Prescott.com)
    Established in 1864, Prescott was Arizona's second capital, replacing the temporary capital of Fort Whipple.The territorial capital might have been called Audubon, Goodwin City or Aztlan. While those were three of the early suggestions to name the fledgling city, Prescott was chosen in honor historian William Hickling Prescott.More >
    Established in 1864, Prescott was Arizona's second capital, replacing the temporary capital of Fort Whipple.The territorial capital might have been called Audubon, Goodwin City or Aztlan. While those were three of the early suggestions to name the fledgling city, Prescott was chosen in honor historian William Hickling Prescott.More >
  • Photos: Friday fun in Prescott

    Friday, July 3 2015 1:38 PM EDT2015-07-03 17:38:39 GMT
    (Source: KTVK)(Source: KTVK)
    Heres some behind-the-scene fun and more from Good Morning Arizonas field trip in Prescott.More >
    Heres some behind-the-scene fun and more from Good Morning Arizonas field trip in Prescott.More >
  • Photos: Prescott Friday Field Trip

    Photos: Prescott Friday Field Trip

    Friday, July 3 2015 11:58 AM EDT2015-07-03 15:58:28 GMT
    Good Morning Arizona on a field trip to Prescott.More >
    Good Morning Arizona on a field trip to Prescott.More >
  • The Historic Hassayampa Inn

    The Historic Hassayampa Inn

    Thursday, July 2 2015 11:13 PM EDT2015-07-03 03:13:40 GMT
    (Source: HassayampaInn.com)(Source: HassayampaInn.com)
    This beautifully restored 1927 hotel sits in the heart of historic downtown Prescott, just a short jaunt from shopping and restaurants, as well as Courthouse Square and Whiskey Row. Known as one of Arizonas most fascinating historic hotels, the Hassayampa Inn has a rich history.More >
    This beautifully restored 1927 hotel sits in the heart of historic downtown Prescott, just a short jaunt from shopping and restaurants, as well as Courthouse Square and Whiskey Row. Known as one of Arizonas most fascinating historic hotels, the Hassayampa Inn has a rich history.More >
  • The Bird Cage on Whiskey Row

    The Bird Cage on Whiskey Row

    Friday, July 3 2015 2:27 AM EDT2015-07-03 06:27:39 GMT
    (Source: Bird Cage Saloon via Facebook)(Source: Bird Cage Saloon via Facebook)
    A little more than three years after a massive fire decimated part of Prescotts famous Whiskey Row (formally known as the 100 block of South Montezuma Street), its business as usual.More >
    A little more than three years after a massive fire decimated part of Prescotts famous Whiskey Row (formally known as the 100 block of South Montezuma Street), its business as usual.More >
  • Phippen Museum

    Phippen Museum

    (Source: Phippen Museum)(Source: Phippen Museum)
    The Phippen Museum of Western Art celebrates the art and the heritage of the American West. Named for sculptor and painter George Phippen, who would have turned 100 this year, the museums permanent collection includes paintings, etchings, drawings, bronze sculptures, photography, American Indian artifacts and jewelry. More >
    The Phippen Museum of Western Art celebrates the art and the heritage of the American West. Named for sculptor and painter George Phippen, who would have turned 100 this year, the museums permanent collection includes paintings, etchings, drawings, bronze sculptures, photography, American Indian artifacts and jewelry. More >
  • Circle L Ranch

    Circle L Ranch

    (Source: Circle L Ranch)(Source: Circle L Ranch)
    Founded in 2006 by Dr. Deborah Wilson of Scottsdale, Circle L Ranch finds new homes for adoptable animals and becomes home for those not suited for adoption.More >
    Founded in 2006 by Dr. Deborah Wilson of Scottsdale, Circle L Ranch finds new homes for adoptable animals and becomes home for those not suited for adoption.More >
  • Watson Lake

    Watson Lake

    (Source: AllPrescott.com)(Source: AllPrescott.com)
    The gorgeous Watson Lake Park is just four miles north of downtown Prescott, giving visitors access to Watson Lake and the boulders of Granite Dells.More >
    The gorgeous Watson Lake Park is just four miles north of downtown Prescott, giving visitors access to Watson Lake and the boulders of Granite Dells.More >
  • Bashford Courts

    Bashford Courts

    (Source: KPHO/KTVK)(Source: KPHO/KTVK)
    In one of Prescott's most historic and prominent buildings, Bashford Courts features three stories of shopping, including a variety of boutiques and unique specialty shops. More >
    In one of Prescott's most historic and prominent buildings, Bashford Courts features three stories of shopping, including a variety of boutiques and unique specialty shops. More >