Visitor Resources

For more information on any attraction, museum, lodging or restaurants, you can reach us by phone by calling 888-457-3929 or contact the Visitors Center at 520-457-3929. Make sure you stop in and say Hi! We love to meet new folks and will give you a map of the town, point out places of interest and you can pick up brochures and discounts to some of the attractions, rides or eateries in town. We all speak "Friendly" here in Tombstone and can’t wait to meet ya!

All the visitor resources in Tombstone are listed below. Click on any name for more information!

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4771 E Hereford Road 
Hereford 
520-803-6713 
4771 E Hereford Road - Hereford
520-803-6713 
3 Canyons Transit Company is Southern Arizona's transportation and tour company. Also operating Arizona Sunshine Tours, this the best way to transport your family and friends while providing them a unique 1 hour plus tour narrative of our Land of Legends along the way.

3 Canyons Transit Company is Southern Arizona's transportation and tour company. Also operating Arizona Sunshine Tours, this the best way to transport your family and friends while providing them a unique 1 hour plus tour narrative of our Land of Legends along the way. 

They provide a reliable, cost efficient daily shuttle to and rom Tucson International Airport with complementary meet "n" greet service and at your door delivery and pick-up. They servicethe following areas: Sierra Vista, Huachuca City, Whetstone, Hereford, Palominas, Benson, Tombstone, Bisbee, Sonoita and Patagonia.

Providing connecting service to both Greyhound and Amtrak stations in Tucson and Benson........getting around these parts to points east, west, north and south just got easier! Call for rates and reservation information.  www.arizonasunshinetours.com.

Arizona Sunshine Tours to Arizona Wine Country, Historic Tombstone, Bisbee, Triangle T Guest Ranch, bird watching, sight seeing and anything else you can think of! Let us create a custom tour just for you! Call 520-803-6713. www.arizonasunshinetours.com

 

 

 

 

 

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408 N. Hwy 80 
Tombstone 
520-457-3300 
408 N. Hwy 80 - Tombstone
520-457-3300 
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Boothill Graveyard, Gift shop and Visitor Center has public restrooms and information for the visitor.

2300 Busby Drive 
Sierra Vista 
520-458-4313 
2300 Busby Drive - Sierra Vista
520-458-4313 
Radio Stations: Top 40 K101 (KZMK-FM), Country KWCD 92.3 (KWCD-FM), and News/Talk 1420 KTAN (KTAN-AM).

Radio Stations: Top 40 K101 (KZMK-FM), Country KWCD 92.3 (KWCD-FM), and News/Talk 1420 KTAN (KTAN-AM).

General Manager: Tony Driskill.

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400 E Van Buren St. 
Phoenix 
602-254-6500 
400 E Van Buren St. - Phoenix
602-254-6500 

The GPCVB promotes and markets the region as a year-round convention and leisure travler destination.

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395 E. Allen Street 
Tombstone 
520-457-3929 
395 E. Allen Street - Tombstone
520-457-3929 
In 1879 the first business housed in a “substantial structure” was owned by J.B. “Pie” Allen at the corner of 4th & Allen Street. The current Visitor's Center as well as the Association Center for the Arts and the Tombstone Chamber of Commerce now occupy the 1881 Adobe structure.

Thousands of miners descended not long after prospector Ed Schieffelin discovered silver in 1877, and Tombstone grew to 10,000 in 1881, earning the attention of Arizona legislators, who created Cochise County, with Tombstone as its seat. In 1879 the first business housed in a “substantial structure” was owned by J.B. “Pie” Allen at the corner of 4th & Allen Street. The November 10, 1881 edition of “Tucson Weekly Star” reported that work on a new one-story adobe building was underway and included a description of the work to be done. The project architect was Frank Walker, whose plans for the new Cochise County Courthouse (now a state park) had been accepted by the Board of Supervisors. The current building owner, P.W. Smith’s new store was to eventually measure 90 feet in length by 70 feet in width with the longest side fronting on Allen Street and the narrower side fronting Fourth. The current Visitors Center sits at the intersection of these streets in the original Adobe building. The Tombstone Chamber of Commerce, Tombstone Food Bank, Tombstone Association of the Arts and smaller non-profit storefronts share the building. The City of Tombstone was given designation as a National Historic Landmark District dessignation it earned in 1961 as "one of the best preserved specimens of the rugged frontier of the 1870s and '80s." National Register Number: 66000171. 

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Corner of 4th & Allen Streets in Historic Downtown

P.O. Box 995 
Tombstone 
888-457-3929 
P.O. Box 995 - Tombstone
888-457-3929 
Tombstone Chamber of Commerce is the beginning contact for the nearly 700,000 folks visiting Tombstone every year. We are proud to be representing and marketing the 100+ business members in "The Town too Tough to Die".

Tombstone Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit corporation. With membership dues, assistance from the City of Tombstone, fundraising events, grants and our own retail efforts we are able to send out visitor and informational brochures to every corner of the planet.  We have the privilege of living in "The Most Famous Western Town in the World" and give back to our community through charitable contributions, free community events such as "Santa in the Park" where all the towns grade school children can come visit Santa for gifts and our "Concert in the Park", a summer time free concert and potluck for the folks of Tombstone.  Our Board meetings are the first Tuesday of every month and are open to the public.  We assist financially , donating our time, office space and marketing efforts to events put on by other organizations.  Our Executive Director is also active as a board member of the Cochise County Tourism Council as well as the Tombstone Film Office representative to the Arizona Dept of Commerce Film Office. 

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Corner of 4th & Allen Street in Historic Downtown

223 E Toughnut Street 
Tombstone 
520-457-3311 
223 E Toughnut Street - Tombstone
520-457-3311 
This 1882 Victorian structure once housed the officials and the courtrooms of Cochise County. See exhibits about Tombstone's past glory days as a frontier silver mining boom town. Available for weddings too!

This 1882 Victorian structure once housed the officials and the courtrooms of Cochise County. See exhibits about Tombstone's past glory days as a frontier silver mining boom town. Open seven days a week, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Available for weddings too!

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515 East Toughnut Street 
Tombstone 
520-457-2529 
515 East Toughnut Street - Tombstone
520-457-2529 
Since 1949, the Tombstone Restoration Commission has been involved in preserving and restoring Tombstone history and historic locations.

Since 1949, the Tombstone Restoration Commission has been involved in preserving and restoring Tombstone history and historic locations. Projects include the old Cochise County Courthouse, the Train Depot, Old Firehouse, the old Bank Building, boardwalks, street lights, historic signs and many more. We are a 501c3 Nonprofit and an all volunteer organization.

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Located 2 blocks off Fremont Street and Hwy 80. Is on the corner of South 6th and Toughnut Streets.