Out Wickenburg Way

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Our Old West ambiance will take you through the passage of time. The historic district has unique shopping and dining experiences and offers you glimpses of Wickenburg as it looked at the beginning of the 1900s.

Many local businesses feature specialty and personal gifts and shopping services, Western wear, apparel and tack, antique stores, furniture and gifts, jewelry, art galleries, Southwestern items, Native American jewelry and crafts, women’s apparel, and home interior designers who can create your own sense of style.

Take a walk around the historic district to experience Wickenburg’s true Western hospitality.

Stop for refreshments or a bite to eat at one of our local establishments in town, where you can find treats such as sweet fruit smoothies, café mocha or espresso, delicious pastries, burgers, homemade ice cream, yummy sandwiches, steaks, chops, hamburgers, seafood, and American, Chinese, Mexican, and Italian cuisine. And, of course, all of the brand name fast-food restaurants you might crave. Leaving the historic district, travel west along Wickenburg Way for more shopping and dining pleasures and you will find that many other exciting attractions await you.

Take an adventure back in time while exploring the area’s attractions. Visit the Desert Caballeros Western Museum, featuring Native American and 19th-century decorative arts, as well as 19th- and 20th-century Western American paintings and sculptures, including many Remington’s and Russell’s. Period rooms give you glimpses of the early 1900s and of what Wickenburg was, including an exhibit of living out on the ranch!

Other outdoor adventures include Jeep and ATV tours, ghost tours, hiking, horseback riding, and team roping, or schedule a time to hit golf balls at Los Caballeros Golf Club, Wickenburg Ranch Golf Club, and the Wickenburg Country Club.

To get your bearings in Wickenburg, it’s helpful to make a stop at the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce, housed in the restored 122-year-old Santa Fe Depot on Frontier Street. You’ll find pleasant and helpful employees who will answer your questions, assist you with dining reservations, and provide you with information on local attractions and business services. The Chamber has a calendar of events, along with other seasonal activity information and contacts, to make your stay the best possible. Visit us online, 24/7 at www.wickenburgchamber.com and www.VisitWickenburg.com or
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