Where are Flagstaff’s Most Historic Buildings

Take a visual tour through Flagstaff, Arizona and experience what this historic landmark has to offer.

overhead view of old train station

When exploring historic downtown Flagstaff, you’ll walk through streets lined with sandstone brick buildings built in the 1890s, and through “newer” structures built during the roaring 1920s to early 1930s. Flagstaff cherishes its past through historic preservation efforts.

POPULAR HISTORIC LANDMARKS:

  • Brannen Buildings 1883-87
  • McMillan Building 1886
  • Babbitt Brothers Building 1888
  • Church of the Nativity 1888-1930
  • Santa Fe Depot 1889
  • Coconino County Courthouse 1894
  • Weatherford Hotel 1898
  • Elks Hall 1899
  • Citizen’s Bank Building 1903
  • Abineau Building 1912
  • Finley Building 1913
  • Orpheum Theater 1916
  • Masonic Building 1917
  • Riordan-Babbitt Building 1917
  • Nackard Building 1922
  • Monte Vista Hotel 1926
  • Santa Fe Depot (after fire destroyed the first) 1926
  • New Babbitt Building 1935
  • Federal Building 1936

HISTORIC SOUTHSIDE

Venture south of the tracks to the popular area known as Flagstaff’s Historic Southside District. This evolving area of downtown features amazing nightlife, including Altitudes Bar & Grill, Beaver Street Brewery, Fratelli Pizza and Lumberyard Brewing Company, along with many other local breweries and hotspots.

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