Antique shopping on Cortez is an all day event but there are some additional stores located just around the corner and/or down the way that are well worth seeing and not to miss. You will find 3 in a row on Gurley just a few steps up the hill from the Courthouse Plaza (look up for the Elk on the Elks Theater). Also one on Granite Creek and a couple out West Gurley. Our newest store "Cowboy Country" is onMontezuma a couple of blocks south from Gurley. Don't miss them.
Prescott's historic area sits smack dab in the center of downtown and surrounds the Courthouse Plaza.
For antiquers, Cortez Street is filled with antique shops. For those who like the night life, historic Whiskey Row and Gurley Street offer good food, good beer, and good music. Many boutique and specialty shops can also be found on the streets bordering the "Plaza".
Prescott is also a haven for repurposed, architectural and "gently used" home decor
FUN PLACES TO STAY IN ARIZONA'S MILE HIGH CITY
Memorial Day weekend draws thousands of visitors to both the Prescott Antique Show & Vintage Market as well as the Phippen Western Art Show on the downtown courthouse plaza. Make your hotel/motel reservations early!
While Prescott proper has numerous motels and hotels, summertime is the high season for visitors and last minute reservation requests are seldom successful. There are several different events centered around the June 3, 2018 weekend so be sure to make reservations far in advance. If you can't find a spot, try Prescott Valley, just a 15 minute drive east of Prescott on Hwy. 69. There are also several nice hotels between Prescott Valley and Prescott on Hwy. 69.
We have some unique accommodations right in downtown - from boutique hotels to a retro motor lodge to a couple of historic hotels for your consideration. Many of these definitely need a reservation far in advance.