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Category Archives: Museums, Galleries and Historic Attractions

Built in 1882 in the shape of a Roman cross, the two -story Victorian structure once housed the offices of the sheriff, recorder, treasurer, board of supervisor, jail and courtrooms of Cochise County. Today exhibits portray the authentic history of

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A non-profit organization established for the purpose of furthering the arts in the Tombstone vicinity. In order to generally portray the western flavor of the Tombstone area and to fulfill agreements with the City of Tombstone for the use of

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Description of Business:  Famous Old West newspaper. Free tour of our 1880's newsroom and print shop. Read original O.K. Corral gunfight reports. National Historic Journalism Site. Subscriptions $25/year.
The Epitaph Newspaper was founded by John Clum in 1880.  In the
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St. Paul’s held its first services on June 18, 1882 with Endicott Peabody officiating.  It had just been completed at a cost of $5000.  Services had been held in the courtroom of the Mining Exchange Building in Grid Block on

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Home of the world's largest rose tree. The "Lady Banksia" rose was planted in 1886 and covers approx 9000 square feet. Museum has many relics from the pioneers of Tombstone in the 1880s. Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Days.

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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

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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.

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The mine that made tombstone. A 45-minute tour underground in the real silver mine. Good Enough Trolley is a 40 Minute tour of Tombstones history including the town, mining district and both cemeteries.  The Goodenough Mine was Tombstone’s major silver

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Boot Hill was founded in 1878 on a slight hill just north west of the city. This historical cemetery was the burial ground, for all of Tombstones earliest pioneers.
The name Boot Hill comes from the fact that many of

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 History:
The famous Birdcage Theatre opened its doors on December 25, 1881 and for the next eight years would never close, operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Also called the Bird Cage Opera
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The Amerind Foundation was founded in 1937 by William Shirley Fulton (1880-1964) as a private, nonprofit archaeological research institution. A native of Connecticut, Fulton became interested in archaeology as a young man. Several trips to Arizona between 1906 and 1917 

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We are known for our outstanding selection of Native American made jewelry. In addition, we have a wide array of Native American pottery, sandpaintings, fetishes, rugs, artifacts, and more. Arlene’s is a long-standing member of the Indian Arts and Crafts

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