Experience Prescott's historic Whiskey Row as you play the game—run from the law down Gurley Street, escape from the Courthouse jail, travel the haunted tunnels and duel to the death on Whiskey Row.
Look below to learn all there is to know about the historic saloons, hotels and merchant buildings around the Courthouse that you see on the board and find links to their websites. We hope you patron their establishments to get a true taste of the American Wild West.
The old Sacred Heart church now houses the performing arts center and art gallery.
The Museum offers an incredible “Living History” experience. On the site is the original Governor's Mansion.
A performing arts center and the most up to date (historic) facility for the practice of the dance and music disciplines.
Founded in 1910, they offer information, programs and events for the entire community.
An Atrium Mall of unique specialty shops housed in a unique historic building
"Great cowboy food, great cowboy service, and genuine cowboy charm."
Showcasing art by Prescott area residents displayed in a museum style gallery in a restored 1893 building.
Drink hand-crafted brew, nosh on good food and enjoy live music.
A family owned and operated boutique across form the Courthouse, on the corner of Cortez and Gurley streets.
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The book "Prescott's Original Whiskey Row," authored by historian Bradley Courtney, is a must read for those interested in discovering the fascinating history and intriguing tales behind the makings of Whiskey Row. Although legend has its place, you may discover that the truth may be even more compelling.
Signed copies are available by contacting the author at firstname.lastname@example.org