There are dozens of fascinating things to do in Prescott, AZ - picking just one of the area's Arizona visitor attractions would be a shame! Choose from some of the famous tourist attractions in Arizona like Prescott's Whiskey Row, the Old Courthouse and Courthouse Plaza or even Arizona visitor attractions in nearby Jerome, Phoenix, Sedona and of course - the Grand Canyon, the most famous tourist attraction in Arizona. For family-fun or grown-up adventures alike, check out nature and wildlife parks; authentic Western experiences; casinos; arts & science attractions; wineries; sightseeing opportunities; historical landmarks; state parks, lakes, gorgeous hikes and outdoor recreation areas. The fun never ceases at these Prescott, Arizona visitor attractions!
Sharlot Hall Museum
The largest museum in central AZ, dedicated to providing educational adventures in human and natural history. Founded in 1928, it offers festivals, living history events, theater, exhibits, etc.Go to website
Out of Africa Wildlife Park
Call us Wild! Call us Crazy! Just don't call us a zoo. Come see Tiger Splash show at 1:15 every day. Watch Bengal tigers in natural play as they "hunt" their caretakers. Open Daily 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Just 45 min from Prescott.
Phippen Art Museum
The host of the annual Memorial Day Phippen Museum Western Art Show and Sale, the Museum&#039;s mission is to perpetuate the unique heritage, mythology, and influence of American Western Art.Go to website
Tims Toyota Center
Tim’s Toyota Center (TTC) - A $25 million multipurpose facility for sports, concerts, rodeo, ice shows, and theatrical productions. Check Tim’s Toyota Center for special events in Prescott Valley.Go to website
the spot... a Childs Museum
This Prescott children's museum is an emerging premier destination site for children and families. Open Fridays and Saturdays 1-5pm. Located inside Prescott Gateway Mall. (NW end)Go to website
An experimental town in the desert of Arizona, built to embody Paolo Soleris concept of arcology - the fusion of architecture with ecology. Just 35 miles east of Prescott in Cordes Junction.Go to website
Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary
A non-profit wildlife sanctuary in scenic Prescott dedicated to the conservation and protection of native and exotic animals. Recreation, education and entertainment for all ages.Go to website