502 Main Street in Historic Jerome, Arizona 86331
Open Daily 10-6
The Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery is located at 502 Main Street in the historic central Arizona town of Jerome. Our gallery occupies much of the first floor of the old Hotel Jerome, an imposing structure that was the largest poured concrete building in America at the time of its construction in 1917.
Jerome is located on Cleopatra Hill below Mingus and Woodchute Mountains near the exact geographic center of Arizona. This one-time mining town has been called "Arizona's Ghost City" and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, Jerome is an artists' colony with a full time population of about 450 (including cats and dogs). There are several fine restaurants in Jerome and year-round accommodations are available.
Getting to Jerome is easy. Scenic Highway SR 89a passes right through the heart of town and links Jerome with the old territorial captitol of Prescott and the famous Red Rock Country of Sedona. Jerome is about a 45 minute drive south from Sedona on 89a, and about and hour north of Prescott on 89a.
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