Officially established in 1863 as the original capital of the Arizona Territory, Prescott has deep roots in American history as a mining town and home to over 525 buildings currently on the National Register of Historic Places. You can still find remnants of the past on Prescott's famous "Whiskey Row" and at The Palace, Arizona's oldest restaurant and saloon.
Today, Prescott is known as "Everybody's Hometown", a growing little city in North Central Arizona ripe with opportunities for business, tourism and real estate. Year-round residents enjoy four seasons with mild summer heat and limited winter snow. Prescott offers a unique blend of the historic Old West and modern-day attractions, events and festivals.
Learn more about Prescott by exploring this site and downloading our Guide to Prescott.