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Whiskey Row, Prescott

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web
Named for the bars and drinking establishments that once defined the road, Whiskey Row today represents part of Arizona's frontier heritage. Shortly after Prescott was founded as an outpost of the Union during the Civil War, the street quickly became a center for saloons. You can wander this historical row and view wooden storefronts that recall the stereotypical architecture of an Old West town. Although the block was wiped out in 1900 by a fire, it has been faithfully rebuilt to its former glory. Plan to see Whiskey Row and other attractions that appeal to you using our Prescott family vacation planner.
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  • It is an interesting street with a lot of fascinating history as this part of town was obviously quite rough way back.Most historical places do have some reference to their history. 
  • I loved Prescott, Whiskey Row is a lot of fun, with lots of places to eat, drink and shop. The Saturday of our visit they had a market set up in the center of town, with great finds and fun items to s...  read more »
  • My husband and I stayed downtown a couple blocks from the Courthouse so we walked down to the street and shopped for souveniers...there are so many to choose from!! 
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