Phippen Museum

Prescott, Arizona’s Phippen Museum is named after local artist and first president of the Cowboy Artists of America, George Phippen. It presents museum quality fine art exhibitions, educational programming, youth and adult workshops, and special art and heritage events for visitors of all ages. The 17,000 sq. ft. facility currently houses 4 galleries, 2 studio replicas, a research library, multipurpose classroom, well-stocked Museum Store, and a western heritage gallery featuring local artifacts and photos, a working chuck wagon, and the Arizona Rancher & Cowboy Hall of Fame. 


The Phippen is also proud to be home to the Ray Swanson Gallery and the Prescott Area Art Trust’s Solon H. Borglum Collection, an exclusive display featuring bronze sculptures, paintings, furniture, and other extraordinary objects from the artist’s life. In addition to several outstanding permanent displays, the Museum also offers continuous rotating exhibits throughout the year.