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Wickenburg
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Weather you want to take a short hop to a major shopping center and sports venues withing a 30 minute drive or you desireire to see one of the "Natural Wonders of the World" you can do that in one day.
 
How about Disneyland or Universal Studios, Sea World, you can be there today. Red Rocks of Sedona? How about lunch and home.
 
Whiskey Row in Prescott is only a beautiful one hour drive. Ghost towns are within a few minutes of Wickenburg. Mining towns turned artists hangouts are a couple hours away.
 
Rub elbows with the chic of Scottsdale in just an hour. You won't be able to take in all there is to do in one season. That is why some of our guests have been returning for over 20 years.


 

 Take a tour of Wickenburg

 

Wickenburg was founded over 100 years ago.  Most of the down town was built around the turn of the century.  As you enter our historic streets notice the gas street lights and many of our buildings are on the National Historic Record of Historic Places. 

 

The Vulture Mine is really the beginning of todays Wickenburg.  Henry Wickenburg purchased the mine and developed it before selling it.  Then the Santa Fe Railroad came to town and the development took off. 

 

Today you can see most of the buildings along Railroad Street, and the area withing a couple blocks of the tracks that were and are the "hub" of town.  Now the buildings contain wonderful restaurants, curio chops, leather stores, antique stores and other small businesses who are anxious to serve you.  Make sure you stop by the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce for additional information about Wickenburg and its businesses.   

 

As you tour the town make sure you stop at the bronze painted caricatures of folks who lived in Wickenburg 100 years ago.  The teacher, the caballero, the cowboy and saloon girl, the owner of the hotel waving to her guests.  Touch the button on the wall near the statue and hear the story of the old west and Wickenburg.  Also, look down along the sidewalks and see the desert critters.  Don't be scared, they are bronze rattles snakes, spiders, lizzards and more. 

 

Naturally stop by our memorable museum.  It is a treasure.  Not only see the largest bolo tie collection (the bolo tie was invented in Wickenburg) but dioramas of the town over the years.  Go down the stairs and enter the full size world of the old west.  A ranch as it really was 100 Years ago.  The merchantile and the barber shop.  How about stopping in the saloon.  It is an experience you will take with you forever. 

 

Click on the link below to be taken to Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce.

 

 www.outwickenburgway.com

 

Wickenburg is Centrally Located:

 

Short Hops To:

 

 Sun City (30 Min)                        Phoenix (1 Hr)
     Prescott (1 Hr)                          Scottsdale (1Hr)
   Mexico (3 Hr)                            Sedona (2 Hr)
   Grand Canyon (3 Hr)             Laughlin, NV (3 Hr)
    Las Vegas (4 Hr)                     Los Angeles (5 Hr)

San Diego (6 Hr)                        Tucson (3 Hr.)