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2019 Ribbon cutting to celebrate the grand opening of the Western Heritage Center, in the original Sam Hill building on Whiskey Row (Montezuma).
Exhibit of historical artifacts and fine art, representative of other treasures to experience at the Phippen Museum of Western Art and Heritage. Right next to a peek at Prescott's rich movie making history.
Historic exhibits and information draw curious visitors into the Western Heritage Center.
Prescott and Yavapai County were the setting for many movies. This poster represents just one of many movies filmed in the area.
American flags from yesteryear, a miniature of the Roughrider Sculpture and a volunteer representing the Arizona Roughriders.
Roulette wheel that was spun countless times at the Palace Saloon, just a few doors down on Whiskey Row.
Exhibit representing a tiny fraction of Native American artifacts and local history, on loan from the Smoki Museum.
Memorabilia from the World's Oldest Rodeo, including champions and rodeo gear.
The Western Heritage Center is located in the Sam Hill Hardware store. In 1909, this Model T parade drove South on Montezuma (Whiskey Row). Parades still follow this route!