There's Always Something To Do and See in and Around Tombstone!
It's the Perfect Place to Stay and Play in Cochise County.
"The Town too Tough to Die," Tombstone was perhaps the most renowned of Arizona's old mining camps. Many of Tombstone's historic buildings are within an area bounded by Fremont, 6th, Toughnut and 3rd streets. Among them are St. Paul's Episcopal Church, built in 1882; the Rose Tree Museum & Bookstore, home of the world's largest rose tree; and, the Tombstone Epitaph building, where the oldest continuously published paper in Arizona is still being printed. Western printing history exhibits in the front office are free to the public. Truly a Historical American Landmark, Tombstone is America's best example of our 1880 western heritage, which is well preserved with original 1880's buildings and artifacts featured in numerous museums.
Here are just a few of the many activities in Tombstone, AZ:
Take a ride around town in stage coach.
Take a tour of the historic Bird Cage Theater.
Take a tour of the Historic Tombstone Courthouse.
There are plenty of great places to eat and drink!
Tombstone is Family Friendly!
Visit and tour the site of the most famous gunfight in history.
Take a self guided tour of the most famous and historic graveyard in American history.
Visit the World's Largest Rosebush.
Stay the night, stay the weekend
we've got some great places to stay and shop!
Visit Sacred Heart Church. The original one and a half story adobe church-rectory was dedicated January 1, 1881, the first church building of any denomination in Tombstone.
Visit Tombstone's oldest newspaper originally founded by John Clum on May 1, 1880.
Visit St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The first service was June 18, 1882.