With perfect weather year round you’ll find tons of Prescott, AZ events and things to do. Below is a list of Prescott, AZ attractions categorized by type.
If you love the theatre, be sure to visit Sharlot Hall Museum and its Blue Rose Theatre that has offered engrossing historical productions since 1994. In addition, the Ruth Street Theatre, located on the Prescott High School campus, offers public productions year-round, like the summer Shakespeare Festival.
For concerts, theatrical performances and sports there’s Prescott Valley Event Center, which is also home to the Arizona Adrenaline professional indoor football team (AIFA) and the Arizona Sundogs ice hockey team. Be sure to also check out the Elks Opera House, named in the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, for concerts, theatrical performances and conventions.
For art lovers, you’ll find the Phippen Museum, the Smoki Museum of American Indian Art & Culture and the Yavapai College Performance Hall and Art Gallery, which features fine works of art, but has also hosted world-renowned entertainers like Bill Cosby, Itzhak Perlman and Garrison Keillor. Picture life in Arizona with Jody Miller renowned local artist at Millers Reflections Photography or enjoy personally at Arts Prescott Gallery.
If you’re looking for Prescott AZ activities that everyone in the family can enjoy the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary offers an assortment of rescued animals from barn owls to tigers. You’ll also find the Prescott National Forest with more than 450 miles of recreation trails or the Prescott Parks and Recreation Department outdoor fun. For water activities in Prescott AZ, be sure to check out Lynx Lake, Willow Lake, Watson Lake and Goldwater Lake.
When you add in a host of various restaurants specializing in countless kinds of dishes, and the Prescott Gateway Mall for top-quality shopping, you can see there are Prescott, AZ activities for everyone.