History and Home
The story of Prescott-Foley House is the story of two families.
Built in 1884 for Judge John H. Prescott, the house has been a part of the community for over 100 years, and its history is just as varied. Throughout the years it has served as courthouse to the people of Salina, lodging to the fly boys during World War II, and home to the Foley family.
No matter the occupant, one thing is clear: Prescott-Foley House is best when it's filled with people. That is its purpose today. To bring people together, to celebrate, laugh, love, and enjoy each other's company.
We hope you'll come experience the magic for yourself.