The Historic Seligman Sundries is located on Historic Route 66 in Seligman, Arizona. Housed in one of Seligman’s oldest commercial structures – built in 1904 - the centerpiece of the Historic Seligman Sundries is a vintage soda fountain. Today, the Historic Seligman Sundries is Seligman’s only gourmet coffee bar and gift shop.
We invite you to stop in and spend some time in the past. The Historic Seligman Sundries allows you to go back to a time when the “Mother Road” was in its prime. Vintage memorabilia adorns the walls and aisles, most of which was uncovered during the building’s careful renovation. Enjoy our hospitality and a little time of “remember when”.
Seligman is a community that prides itself on staying true to the past and keeping alive the lure of Historic Route 66. In fact, it was in Seligman that the move to preserve Route 66 began. Eventually those actions helped to garner the designation of Route 66 as a historic highway.
Seligman, unlike many towns that slowly faded away when Route 66 was replaced by other interstates, continues to thrive. Seligman now marks the beginning of Historic Route 66 in Arizona. Another interesting fact, Arizona can boast of having the longest stretch of Route 66 still in existence. Visitors to Seligman will find a main-street community with an eclectic charm. Part of the allure of Historic Route 66 is its unique landscape of non-chain motels, restaurants and stores.
Seligman is located approximately 75 miles from the cities of Flagstaff, Kingman, and Prescott; 170 miles from Phoenix and 270 miles from Tucson. We support our Seligman Chamber of Commerce.