The Sharlot Hall Museum is an open air museum located in Prescott, Arizona. Opened in 1928 by Sharlot M. Hall as the Old Governor's Mansion Museum, it is dedicated to preserving the history and folklore of Yavapai County, Arizona. The museum grounds include the NRHP-listed Governor's Mansion, in its original location, and several buildings and structures that were moved to the property. These include:
Fort Misery (the oldest log cabin in Arizona, built in 1864, moved to this property in 1934)
Old Governor's Mansion was built in 1864 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. In front of the mansion are roses, of French "Boursalt" type, descended from 1865 planting by Margaret McCormick, wife of the 2nd governor of the Arizona Territory (see photo including informational plaque).