Prescott is bustling with things to do for visitors and residents in their Golden Years. From golfing during the day to dancing the night away, the seniors in this town really know how to live it up. There are book clubs, sewing groups, ballroom and latin dance classes, horseback riding, painting classes, community volunteer opportunities and everything else you can think of that you’d want to do in retirement. Because this is such a popular place to retire, the amount of things to do in Prescott as a senior are likely more bountiful than almost anywhere else in the country. Make sure to check out our calendar to see what’s going on in the senior community while you’re in Prescott.
Experience wine tastings at three venues, two in Jerome and one in Old Town Cottonwood. You will als...o have an hour of free time in Jerome to explore Jerome. Learn about local wines, see amazing views and sip great wines the evoke the unique beauty of Arizona.
Cowboy and Southwest traditions of art from different accomplished artists. See the history of how N...ative Americans, Mexicans and settlers influenced what we now call the Southwest.
Go deep into the world of canyons and cowboys on a 2-hour off-road tour from Sedona, and experience ...the rich history and rugged scenery of the magnificent Sonoran Desert. Ride a 4WD into historic Dry Creek Basin, and hear stories of rebels and renegades at a frontier cabin made from hand-hewn logs. Enjoy views of Sedona’s brilliant rock formations, and watch for the lizards, birds and mammals that make their home in the harsh desert environment.
Sharlot Hall Museum is an educational and cultural center, which fosters public and community unders...tanding and appreciation of historical, social, and natural aspects of Arizona, with emphasis on the Central Highlands, and which promotes involvement in and support for research, collections, conservation, exhibits, and related programs.
The Mission of the Smoki Museum is to instill an understanding and respect for indigenous cultures o...f the Southwest.
Designed to resemble an Indian pueblo, the Smoki Museum was built in 1935 of native stone and wood. It was constructed with labor provided by the Civilian Works Administration and the Smoki People. The Smoki People were a group of Prescott citizens organized in 1921 and dedicated to the perpetuation of American Indian ceremonies and dances.
For those who love the great outdoors, Prescott has so much to offer. Camping is just the start of a wonderland of adventure waiting for you.
Historic Downtown Prescott is always bustling art, entertainment and things to do. From picnics to art classes, there's something for everyone.
Our Prescott Event Calendar is full of festivals, workshops, art fairs, concerts and classes. Browse or add your event.
Camp Verde, Page Springs, and Cornville are the beating heart of Arizona's wine country. Come taste the emerging hotspot for wineries.
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