2 h (124 miles) via AZ-89 N and AZ-64 N
See multi-hued stone formations jut upwards from the high desert floor creating a vivid, mesmerizing setting that changes hourly with the light.
1 h 15 min (68.2 miles) via I-17 N
Founded in 1876 as a mining town, Jerome was once the fourth largest city in the Arizona Territory and is now a bustling tourist magnet and artistic community with a population of about 450.
60 min (35.9 miles) via AZ-89A N
Looking for a safe, fun, adventure in the Sedona area? The Verde Canyon Railroad is a heritage railroad running between Clarkdale and Perkinsville.
1 h (41.8 miles) via AZ-89A N
Discover the wildlife park called Out of Africa located in the Camp Verde area. Learn why it's considered one of the top Arizona zoos and why it's perfect for some family fun!
60 min (45.4 miles) via AZ-69 S and AZ-169 N
As both an historic site and a heritage campus, Sharlot Hall Museum is the “Crown Jewel” of Northern Arizona with its 11 exhibit buildings (six of which are historic), more than 40,000 artifacts, and thousands of documents, photos, images and maps in its archives.
5 min (1.5 miles) 415 W Gurley St, Prescott, AZ 86301
The Phippen Museum is named after local artist and first president of the Cowboy Artists of America, George Phippen. It presents museum quality Western art exhibits, educational opportunities and unique art events for visitors of all ages.
15 min (8.6) via AZ-89N
4701 AZ-89, Prescott, AZ 86301
The Smoki Museum has the largest collection of locally-sourced, prehistoric pottery on display in the country. Their knowledgeable staff and certified docents are well-versed in the varied exhibits throughout the museum. Included are objects from the Archaic Period through contemporary Native arts.
7 min (2.1 miles) via White Spar Road
147 N Arizona Ave, Prescott, AZ 86304