Welcome to Tombstone, Arizona
The Most Historic Fun You'll Ever Have
Welcome to Tombstone, Arizona! Tombstone is internationally known for its stormy and storied past. Western legends like Wyatt Earp and “Doc” Holliday became household names after the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral®. However, the legend didn’t end there, it continues today!
We invite you to walk the streets that these and other legendary men and women of the American West walked throughout the years. Come absorb the experience and history that is unique to Tombstone, Arizona! Step back into the Old West for a few days or even weeks. It is an encounter with history that you and your family can only get in “The Town Too Tough To Die.”
With a mild year-round climate, any time is the right time to visit Tombstone! To get a better idea of what Tombstone has to offer, visit the left side of this page to begin planning your experience now!
Tombstone Chamber of Commerce: 520-457-9317
Visitor Center: 888-457-3929 or 520-457-3929
Tombstone Association of the Arts Annual Quilt Show
January 30 - February 27 2014
Free quilting classes offered Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 am to Noon during the Quilt Show. See beautiful needlework, vote on your favorite! For more information, call (520) 457-2380
Tombstone Association of the Arts
34th Annual Open Judged Show
March 1-29, 2014
Click here for an Open Artist Entry Form
5th ANNUAL TOMBSTONE WILD WEST DAYS
MARCH 15 & 16, 2014 - Location: Allen Street - Price: $0 (Free)
A Salute to the men and women of the Armed Forces sponsored by the Wild West Detachment Marine Corps League of Tombstone. Includes a Street Entertainment, USO Canteen Dance, raffle and special guests. Parade on Sunday.
TOMBSTONE ROSE FESTIVAL
APRIL 11 - 13, 2014
Location: Historic Downtown & Rose Tree Museum
Price: $0 (Free)
Sponsored by the Rose Tree Museum.
Spring will soon be here and celebrating the 129th blooming of the World's Largest Rose tree with a parade and festival is a great way to welcome the season. The 2013 Tombstone Rose Festival will show off the "softer side of Tombstone history". The Festival will kick off on Friday evening at 6 pm with the crowning of the Rose Queen and her Court under the 9,000 square foot Rose Tree. Saturday activities include a pancake breakfast, old fashioned lunch box auction, parade, Mariachi & Folklore street music and dance. The Tombstone Restoration Commission will host a Round Table Discussion with long-time Tombstone residents. Sunday will feature a pet parade sponsored by the Tombstone Small Animal Shelter and additional activities. It promises to be a fun-filled weekend for the whole family. The public is invited to participate in all of the activities. For more information call the Rose Tree Museum at (520) 457-3326, e-mail Rose_Festival@msn.com or go to www.tombstoneweb.com.
Click here for Rose Festival Entry Form
Whoo Hooo! We're In the News!
The Boothill Graveyard received the Best Historical Cemetery of the West award from True West Magazine!
Tombstone has received the Best Place to Live Like an Old West Cowboy, Best Old West Gunfighter Town, and Best Town for Historical Entertainment awards from True West Magazine! Read the article
Welcome to Our Newest Chamber Members!
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Tombstone Grand Hotel
Truly Nolen of America, Inc.
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