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Tombstone Vigilettes


Business: Tombstone Vigilantes, Inc.
Contact Phone Number: 520-457-3434
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Mailing Address: PO Box 854, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description: Our Mission and Purpose:
- To promote and to be actively engaged in efforts toward increasing interest in the history of Tombstone.
- To promote the betterment and progress of Tombstone in general.
- To present reenactments of Tombstone’s early days at events.
- To create and foster an interest in women’s history and fashions from 1880 to 1915.

Step back into a time with the women who tamed the “Town Too Tough to Die”

Have Petticoats, Will Travel!

The Tombstone Vigilettes are a non-profit, charitable organization of ladies portraying The Women of Tombstone, Arizona, from 1880 to 1915. Our motto: "Have Petticoats, Will Travel"

The Vigilettes are available to attend your special gathering, organization meeting, club, church group, senior home, or group to present an expanded, educational program of our fashions shows.


This organization was founded in 1957 for the purpose of promoting interest in and preserving the women’s fashions of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, particularly in the years of Tombstone’s boom-town days: 1879-1915.

We meet every third Friday of the month at 6:30pm in the Tombstone Vigilante's Hall. Come join us!

Membership is open to any female, 21 years or older, residing in Cochise County for a minimum of 90 days. Prospective members are sponsored by two active or Lifetime members during their induction process.

Those who wish to participate but who do not qualify for regular membership may be sponsored as an Associate Member.

Membership dues are only $12.00 a year.

For more information, ask your nearest Vigilette, contact us on our Facebook page, or by email at!

Guidelines for Dress

The Vigilettes conduct fashion shows every second, third, and fourth Sundays of the month.

At our fashion shows, we seek to educate and entertain visitors to the “Town Too Tough to Die” with costumes that would be worn by the women in Tombstone between the years of 1879 through 1915.

Our outfits are reproduction or true vintage items made from materials, notions, and fabrics authentic to that time period; that means, no Velcro, no zippers, and no polyester!

Our goal is to represent the remarkable, trail-blazing women of historic Tombstone as they really were in the Victorian and Edwardian times

Tombstone Vigilettes

Tombstone Vigilantes, Inc.


Business: Tombstone Vigilantes, Inc.
Contact Phone Number: 520-457-3434
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Mailing Address: PO Box 144, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description:  The Tombstone Vigilantes are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We were founded in 1946, and incorporated in 1954. Since our inception we have been dedicated to keeping the historical town of Tombstone alive through reenacting events of the era. Every member is a volunteer who selflessly gives of their time to not only keep Tombstone’s history alive but to raise funds for worthy causes.  On the second, fourth and fifth Sunday of the month known as Vigilante Sunday you can find the group on Allen Street entertaining tourists and locals with their reenactments of historical events and mock hangings.

The mock hangings are especially fun for the tourists. An unsuspecting victim is tried, convicted and then hung by one of the Vigilante members within seconds of them meeting and, for a donation the victim can get a picture taken while in the noose surrounded by their captors. For a small donation of $10.00, the tourist can go away with a hand made "hanging" plaque with thier name on it.  Not only do we perform on Vigilante Sunday, we also work with The Tombstone Lions Club on Wyatt Earp Days and Helldorado, Inc for the world famous Helldorado Days, as well as hosting our own special events, Vigilante Days and Showdown in Tombstone.

As well as entertaining Tombstone on Sundays and during special event weekends, the group travels throughout southeast Arizona to perform our special mock hangings for various organizations and private citizens. We have even traveled as far away as Tucson and Scottsdale.  All donations raised during Vigilante Sunday, during private events and through private donations are then generously given to worthy causes throughout Tombstone. Tombstone Vigilantes have donated to various charities and organizations including, The Tombstone Marshal’s Office, The Tombstone Fire Department, The Schieffelin Hall International Players ,(S.H.I.P)., the Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, The Summer Recreation program, The Tombstone Small Animal Shelter, The Seniors Meals on Wheels program, the Tombstone Food Bank, the Renaissance Program, Friends of the Library, Friends of the Courthouse, Tombstone Restoration Commission, Tombstone High School, Walter J Meyer Middle School, Salvation Army for Katrina Relief, THS Booster Club, Ringo’s Golf Tournament, Adopt a Family for Christmas, to the City of Tombstone for Schieffelin Hall restoration, Arizona Western Heritage Foundation, and Naco Explorer Post #869, etc.

In 2006, the group participated in the Tucson Rodeo parade much to the delight of the 1,000’s in attendance.  We also host the Tombstone Easter Egg Hunt, boiling, coloring and rolling over 2,000 eggs along with passing out over 100 toys and dolls to the children in attendance which means every boy and girl takes home a gift. During the holiday season we buy approximately 75 toys for the Toys for Tombstone drive.  We also support the Senior Meals on Wheels, Tombstone Small Animal Shelter, Senior Citizens Center and the Food Bank of Tombstone through perpetual donations.  As well as local donations the Tombstone Vigilantes also remembered the troops overseas and in past years we sent 150 pounds of toiletries and personal items to the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.  We also donated to the folks involved with the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, The bombing of the World Trade Center and the survivors of Hurricane Katrina along the Gulf Coast.


Tombstone Helldorado, Inc

<b>Helldorado - 1929</b>
Helldorado - 1929
<b>Helldorado - 1965</b>
Helldorado - 1965

Business: Tombstone Helldorado Inc.
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Mailing Address: PO Box 297, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description:  Helldorado, since it conception in 1929, has focused on the guardianship of Tombstone's infamous past and the celebration of her history.

We invite you to join us as we fill the streets of Tombstone with a whole lot of entertainment, including your organization.

Be you bands, gunfighters, saloon girls, cowboys, story tellers, dancers. Come celebrate the past and present of Tombstone - Arizona's most famous 'Western Town".

SO, Get ready for Helldorado 2016, October, 21, 22 and 23

<b>Hellodorado - 1970</b>
Hellodorado - 1970
<b>Helldorado - 2015</b>
Helldorado - 2015

Old Tombstone Western Theme Park


Business: Old Tombstone Western Theme Park
Contact Phone Number: 520-955-3090
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Location: 339 S. 4th Street, Tombstone AZ 85638
Description:  Old Tombstone Western Town is packed with high stakes entertainment that is both historical AND hysterical! All of our attractions and tours are suitable for everyone in your group. Get ready for an adventure you will never forget.   Shows daily. Exciting & entertaining Hollywood Stunt & Old West Comedy show! Old fasioned weddings and Private Party venue. Our theme park also includes a Shoot'n Gallery, Pan for Gold, Mini Golf, Restaurant and our new Cervesa's Cantina! Great fun for the entire family! Ask about our Trolley Tour and Gunfight Combo ticket and save $$$. Happy Trails Partner! Call for showtimes

Our theme park includes:
- World Famous Gunfights
- Several choices for food and drink
- Trolly Tours
- Mini Golf & Shooting Gallery
- Old Time Photo Shop
- Gift Shop

Please check our website for schedule and more information.


O.K. Corral


Business/Organization: O.K. CORRAL
Contact Phone Number: 520-457-3456
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Physical Location: 326 East Allen Street, Tombstone AZ 85638

Description: World-famous site of the 1881 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral® in Tombstone, AZ. Enjoy daily reenactments of the famous Gunfight at 2 pm, with Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. Life-sized animated figures of the gunfighters are located on the very spot where the Gunfight began. Visit our four museums. See Doc Holliday's room and admire over 100 of C.S. Fly's photos of 1880s Tombstone and the Apache Geronimo. Actor Vincent Price tells Tombstone's story in Tombstone's Historama. Handicapped accessible. Admission. Kids under 6 free.

Enjoy daily reenactments of the famous Gunfight at 12:00 noon, 2:00 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. 

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