Scottsdale’s Historic Old Town

When you hear “Scottsdale”, you may think of fabulous golf courses, outstanding restaurants, and gorgeous hotels. Many people — whether they are locals or visitors — do not realize that the Old Town area in Downtown Scottsdale still has many historic buildings, just a short walk from the hotel. If you stop by the Visitor Center and ask the lovely concierges, they will give you an information packet that guides you to these historic spots. Below you can see some of the early town buildings that are still standing!

Cavalliere’s Blacksmith Shop, 1920


Farmers State Bank (Rusty Spur Saloon), 1921

Rusty Spur Saloon

First U.S. Post Office Building, 1929

Old Town Post Office

Johnny Rose’s Pool Hall (Mexican Imports), 1923

Mexican Imports

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mission Church, 1933

Old Adobe Church

Scottsdale Grammar School (Scottsdale Historical Museum), 1909

Scottsdale Historical Museum

Scottsdale Grammar School II, 1928

Scottsdale Grammar School

Charles Miller House (JAM), 1913

Charles Miller House

– Judy Kabler {Concierge}
Judy Kabler

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