Seligman is located in Yavapai County. Accommodations in Seligman include Comfort Lodge and Stagecoach Motel.
Seligman, was established in 1886 as the connecting point of Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, with a long abandoned rail line extending south to Prescott. The town was named after the Seligman brothers, two New York bankers who helped finance the rail line south.
The town was not founded at the present day location. In fact, the town was originally situated more than a mile to the southeast. Today a visit to this small town is a step back in time and tourism is still an important part of the economy.