Although haunted, the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Bisbee, AZ. If you’re looking for a place to cultivate your own American dream, consider Bisbee - a community where small business is king! Below are a few areas of opportunity that have been identified by the community for entrepreneurs of all sizes.
The Ajo Mine Lookout Center is owned and operated by Ajo natives and a previous mine employee and offers a unique opportunity to see the colors, depth and impact of an open pit mine. With easy access from the Historic Ajo Plaza, the lookout is open from 10-2 Mon-Sat in the winter with limited summer hours. You can also check out the museum and mine hospital on your trip.
There are a multitude of home-based businesses in Bisbee, with many owner/operators that would love to office out of a vibrant co-op space. A multi-use business center would provide networking opportunities for small entrepreneurs, as well as pooled business resources and a much-needed conference room for group meetings and workshops.
distillery / Wine tasting room
The Ajo Historical Society was founded in 1975 and the Ajo Historical Society Museum was opened in 1976. The Museum is located just a few minutes away from downtown Ajo at the St. Catherine's Indian Mission. “If the flag is flying, we’re open!”
specialty food market
The Ajo Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center sits in the heart of the Historic Ajo Plaza and serves a variety of visitors daily. The Visitors Center is the perfect place to begin your exploration of the area and will provide a multitude of suggestions for how best to experience all that Ajo has to offer.