Tombstone Boothill Graveyard

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Welcome to the Boot Hill Graveyard and Gift Shop in Tombstone, Arizona where outlaws and the likes of Wyatt Earp and "Doc" Holliday became western legends and household names. 

“Imagine an entire city on the National Historic Register.  What you'll see in Tombstone Arizona today is a careful, accurate and authentic restoration of a historically significant Town in Southern Arizona.  Much of Tombstone’s architecture is unique to the West.  While the mining boom of 1877 brought the likes of Tombstone’s founder, Edward Schieffelin, it also provided the back drop for the “shots heard around the world” at the Gunfight at the OK Corral.  Tombstone Arizona is a living showcase of American history.”

Take a minute to click on Tour the Graveyard, where characters like Lester Moore, and many others have found their final resting place.   If you are visiting Boot Hill, you can follow along throughout the graveyard using this website and learn about many of the "permanent" residents here at Boot Hill.  Is Anyone Really Buried In Boothill Cemetery?

Thank you for making us a stop on your historical adventure in Tombstone Arizona!

Tombstone Boothill Graveyard/Giftshop Information

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Street Address:  408 Arizona Hwy 80 (just off of Hwy 80), Tombstone Arizona

Our Hours:   Daily - 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.  

Entrance Fee:  $3.00 per person.   Children 15 years and younger free.

Entrance Booth Phone Number:   TBD

Giftshop Phone Number:  520-457-3300

The Tombstone Boothill Graveyard and Giftshop is managed by the City of Tombstone