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25 Interesting Things To Do In Tombstone Az

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Looking for some things to do in Tombstone, Az on your first (or next) visit?

If you have never been to Tombstone before, you might be wondering if there is anything to do there. Is this a situation where you are watching the tumbleweeds in a ghost town? Is it a place you blow through for just an hour after visiting other sites in Arizona like the Grand Canyon?

We don’t think so. And we want to prove it to you. We are providing you with lots of options of where to start your adventure when you step back into the Old West.

25 Things To Do In Tombstone Az

1. Bird Cage Theatre

The Bird Cage Theater officially opened in December 1881. Unfortunately, its history didn’t last long, and it closed its doors in 1892 after the mine closed. At that point, most of the miners and residents moved away leaving no business for the theater.

the bird cage theater in tombstone

During its heyday, the theater provided entertainment for mainly the silver miners in the area. Entertainment consisted of comedy, singing, strength shows, and more. The theater also had women in the world’s oldest profession who sat in cribs up above the lobby showing off their wares.

The theater also touts that it held the longest poker game in history, lasting 8 years and having players including Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday play in the game.

Today you can head into the main lobby for free and see the original bar and bullet holes peppered throughout.

If you would like to pay the admission price, you can head to the basement to see the oddities down below. The Bird Cage does have the original Boothill Graveyard hearse (coming up in #8), called the “Black Mariah” which we thought was worth the admission price alone.

The theater is said to be haunted and has been featured on a number of ghost-hunting shows. It offers nightly ghost tours of its facility if you would like a good spooking. You can purchase the tickets on-site.

Address: 535 E Allen St

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2. Rose Tree Museum

Our next destination is the Rose Tree Museum, where you will witness the biggest rose tree in the world.

The story goes that a young couple left Scotland and headed to Tombstone. The woman, named Mary, met and became friends with a woman named Amelia, who ran a boarding house for the silver miners.

Mary received a package from Scotland that included some seeds and plants from home. She gave Amelia a piece of the White Lady Banksia rose tree as a present. Together they planted it behind the boarding house.

Eventually, the boarding house was sold and became a hotel that used the rose tree as shade for a back patio. The rest is history.

Today, the rose tree spreads to more than 5000 feet (1524 meters) and is held up by a trellis so that you can walk beneath it.

For a small admission price, you can see the rose tree as well as follow the Macia family history through generations of living in Tombstone.

๐Ÿ“Ž Tip: If you want to see the roses in bloom, the best time to visit this particular museum is from mid-March to late April.

Address: 118 S 4th St

3. Ok Corral And Gunfight Show

In terms of things to do in Tombstone, Arizona, this might be the most obvious one we recommend. But you really can’t come to Tombstone and not see the OK Corral and Gunfight Show.

the gunfight show at the ok corral is definitely something that tops the things to do in tombstone, az

Most people who know a bit about the Old West have most likely heard about the “gunfight at the OK Corral.” Even if you don’t necessarily know the outcome or who was involved, you have heard the phrase. It is certainly one of the most famous shootouts in the Old West.

Now is your chance to see what really happened on that October day in 1881.

After paying for your admission, you head to the staging area to find a seat for the show portion of your ticket. Actors perform a short production that leads up to the final 30-second gunfight scene between the Earps (who were the lawmen) and the Cowboy gang (who were the outlaws).

You are welcome to stay and explore the remainder of the facility after the show to view the other exhibits. There are stables, a number of old carriages, photos, and more.

Address: 326 E Allen St

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4. Tombstone’s Historama

It seems fitting to include the Historama next as it is INCLUDED in the admission price of the OK Corral from #3.

Located right next door to the OK Corral, the Historama is partly video and partly a revolving stage. Narrated by Vincent Price, it shares a portion of Tombstone’s history for about 30 minutes.

Today, the production value would be considered low-tech. Picture fire being depicted with small red Christmas lights and you are on track. But sometimes cheesy and old-school is the perfect thing to share with family in a tourist destination.

Address: 328 E Allen St

๐Ÿ“– Did you know Tombstone is pet-friendly and some great hotels allow your furry friend to stay with you?

5. Old Tombstone Western Theme Park

If you are interested in things to do in Tombstone, Az, that will entertain the kids, then this is the one for you.

a skeleton hangs from the gallows at the old tombstone western theme park

Located a block off the main Tombstone downtown area, this is an entertainment complex with several activities for families and adults who are kids at heart.

The theme park has a variety of activities from mini golf, to panning for gold like an old prospector, to a shooting range. It also has a live comedy show that includes a gunfight re-enactment and some Hollywood stunts. There is a fee for all of the activities.

There is a Mexican restaurant and a Chuckwagon restaurant if you are looking for some food options.

๐Ÿ“Ž Keep in Mind: The Wild West stunt show is NOT related to the OK Corral gunfight and the tickets are not interchangeable. This show is an interactive audience participation show and is for pure entertainment whereas the OK Corral gunfight in #3 is more historically based and located at the Corral on East Allen St. There has been some confusion between the two.

Address: 339 S 4th St

6. East Allen Street

The next thing on our list of things to do in Tombstone, Az, is to wander East Allen Street. It is the main downtown area and shouldn’t be missed.

east allen st at sunset - allen st is the main downtown strip and makes our list of things to do in tombstone az

This is where you can spend some time shopping, find a place to eat, as well as find a few other items from our list like the Bird Cage Theater from #1 and the OK Corral listed in #3.

We recommend you walk up one side of the strip and down the other. The tourist section of East Allen St is for pedestrians only and is set up to look like the Old West with dirt roads and wooden boardwalks in front of the shops.

If you are looking for a souvenir, clothes, jewelry, or even an old-time portrait, then East Allen St is where you will find it.

Address: East Allen St (between 3rd and 6th)

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7. Walking Tour

Want to find out all about Tombstone’s history from a guide? Someone you can ask questions?

Starting your trip to Tombstone with a walking tour is a great way to begin your experience, especially if you don’t know much about the Old West. Walking tours are both educational and fun and can really give you insight into what makes Tombstone special because of its past.

There are two main options for walking tours, and fees vary.

Learn about Tombstone walking tour with Dr Jay (approx 2 hrs)

Book a walking tour with Arizona Bill (approx 45 min)

Either tour will provide a history of Tombstone, point out special features that you may want to check out later during your visit, and will be an excellent overview of “the town too tough to die.”

8. Boothill Graveyard

Boothill Graveyard is one of our favorite things to do in Tombstone, Az.

The graveyard was originally called the City Cemetery when it was active in 1878-1884. The name boothill is not unique to this graveyard and rather indicates a cemetery that has quite a few outlaws or cowboys who “died with their boots on.” There are several around the country.

boothill graveyard cemetery where the men who died at the gunfight at OK corral are buried

In Tombstone’s case, it began to be called Boothill Graveyard in the early 1930s.

The graveyard includes a mix of people from all walks of life. Here you will find Billy Clanton and the McLaury brothers who died at the OK Corral gunfight. But you will also find miners, prostitutes, businessmen, and cowboys.

We found it particularly interesting to wander the graves and see what the grave markers read. We found shot, hanged, killed in a stampede, murdered, and drowned. The list goes on.

Life in Tombstone was a hard one, and this graveyard sheds light on just how difficult.

Address: 408 AZ-80

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9. Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper And Museum

Up next for things to do in Tombstone, Az, is the Tombstone Epitaph Newspaper and Museum.

The Tombstone Epitaph is the state’s oldest newspaper that has been continuously running. Begun in 1880, the newspaper regularly ran reports of what was happening in Tombstone featuring now famous names like Wyatt Earp. The paper is known for reporting on the gunfight at the OK Corral in 1881.

Today, you can get the paper on a monthly basis with stories about the Old West.

Inside the museum, you will find a Washington flatbed press which is how the newspaper was originally printed. On display are rare photos, old printing equipment, and early editions of the paper.

In addition, you will find out about John Clum who helped establish the Epitaph. He is also known for capturing Geronimo and hiring the Earps to establish order in Tombstone.

The museum is FREE to enter.

๐Ÿ“Ž Tip: If you have paid for admission to the OK Corral and Gunfight Show in #3, you can come here and receive a FREE reprint of the 1881 Epitaph newspaper where the gunfight at the OK Corral was reported.

Address: 11 S 5th St

10. Nighttime Ghost Tour

Positively our FAVORITE things to do in Tombstone, Az, is to take one of the ghost tours.

larian motel is said to be haunted and is discussed during many of the ghost tours

If you believe in ghosts, Tombstone would certainly have its fair share. With its rowdy history, famous shootouts, and outlaws, there has been so much death in Tombstone.

One of the best methods to explore Tombstone’s shadowy past and learn about the apparitions and hauntings that residents and visitors alike claim to have seen is through a ghost tour.

For instance, on our tour, we were told about the Larian Motel and how an apparition has been seen in the Wyatt Earp room, with another possible sighting in the Doc Holliday room. Items have been moved or disappeared for a time only to reappear later. And music has also been heard playing when no one was staying in that particular room.

The Bird Cage Theater from #1 has its own ghost tour as does the Good Enough Mine coming up in #17. But we prefer the one that hits up ALL the spooky sites.

Book your creepy ghost tour in Tombstone now!

๐Ÿ“– Make sure you head from Tombstone to Bisbee. Bisbee is another great little town in Southern Utah that is also known for its mining.

11. Outlaw Zipline

For those of you who need a break from learning about the history of Tombstone, the Outlaw Zipline might be just what you are looking for.

This zipline has a twist in that it is the only one in the world where you are shooting targets with a laser gun during the ride. What would being in the Wild Wild West be if guns weren’t part of the experience?

And because this zipline isn’t extremely high or dangerous, they actually ENCOURAGE you to spin around or try upside down.

Address: 130 S 7th St

12. Wyatt Earp House And Other Old Homes

There are some who say that this is where Wyatt Earp (and his common-law wife, Mattie) lived while in Tombstone.

wyatt earp house is just one of the old structures in tombstone

And there are others who say that this couldn’t possibly be it. That according to documentation, he lived on the SOUTH side of Fremont St next to Virgil. A place that no longer holds the original houses.

We probably will never know for certain as much of what was in Tombstone in the early 1880s is no longer standing.

But this home is still worth a quick pass-by. There is an antique wagon and a statue of Wyatt Earp himself with some information.

In addition to the Wyatt Earp house, many of the houses in the area state the dates they were built, or have history attached to the home like who used to live there. It is worth just wandering a few of the side streets nearby East Allen St to see what you can find.

On your visit, can you find the home stating they are the oldest in Tombstone (built in 1879)?

Address: 102 E Fremont St

13. Big Nose Kate’s Saloon

We haven’t listed any restaurants on this list of things to do in Tombstone, Az, yet but this one is sure to please.

The saloon was originally a hotel, the Grand Hotel, and was opened in 1880. It quickly became recognized as one of the finest hotels in the state with upscale furnishings and famous guests like Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday.

we couldn't leave big nose kates off our list of things to do in tombstone az with great atmosphere and great food

The fire that raged through Tombstone in 1882 took the majority of the hotel along with so many other places downtown. But what did survive was the long bar located in the basement. It is now the bar you can sit at to enjoy a couple of drinks in the saloon.

Who is Big Nose Kate you might be asking? Well, she was the first brothel Madame in Tombstone and was the common-law wife of Doc Holliday.

Today, the saloon is open daily for awesome food, drinks, and nightly live entertainment.

You can also take the narrow steps to the basement to visit a gift shop and see the tunnel that leads to the mine shafts. In our experience, the basement is closed and roped off sometime in the evening before the saloon itself closes. So if you want to see it, head there during the day.

And if you haven’t seen the movie Tombstone in a while (or ever), the Saloon plays the movie on repeat on the TV displays.

Address: 417 E Allen St

14. Gunfighter Hall Of Fame

If you are interested in gunfighters, then this one is for you. This museum houses a number of displays featuring famous gunfighters and outlaws from the real Old West and from Western movies.

Each gunfighter has a display that contains personal artifacts, photos, and information. Billy the Kid, Jesse James, Doc Holliday, and Wyatt Earp are included, just to name a few.

In addition, there are all kinds of memorabilia related to Western movies, like Dirty Harry’s guns and John Wayne memorabilia. The museum even has some of the guns used in the filming of Tombstone.

Lucky guests have gotten to have their photos taken with some of the weapons.

The owner is incredibly knowledgeable and passionate. The only downside is that because the museum is personally run, the hours vary depending on when he is available. It can be hit or miss, and the admission fee is cash only.

Address: 395 E Toughnut St

15. Ride In A Stagecoach

If you truly want to feel like you stepped back into the 1880s, then riding a stagecoach should make your list of things to do in Tombstone, Az.

step back in time and ride a stagecoach thru downtime tombstone

Tours are generally 15 to 20 minutes long and take you along the streets of Tombstone. You get to ride along the downtown area where automobiles are not allowed, as well as along the side streets of Tombstone.

The tours are narrated to describe what you are seeing and how it relates to Tombstone’s history.

We believe there are currently two different stagecoach tour options available. Tours are mainly available only on weekends and can be booked right on East Allen St.

Address: East Allen St between 3rd and 4th OR East Allen St and just west of 5th

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16. Wine Tasting At Silver Strike Winery

The Silver Strike Winery is a family-run winery right in the heart of downtown Tombstone.

Wines made directly on site from grapes grown at their own vineyard as well as locally harvested grapes can be tasted in their tasting room during the afternoon hours.

It is a great place to stop in for an adult refreshment while doing some shopping along the strip.

Address: 334 E Allen St

17. Good Enough Mine Tour

If you are scared of the dark or smaller spaces, you might want to skip on to #18 on our things to do in Tombstone, Az, list as this one won’t be for you.

the goodenough mine is an old silver mine and makes our list of things to do in tombstone az

The Good Enough Mine was claimed in 1878 by Ed Schiefflin, who founded Tombstone.

The mine was extremely productive and put Tombstone on the map. Some estimates put the silver pulled from the mine at more than $40 million USD (which is more than a billion USD today) in just the first few years.

The Good Enough Mine Underground Tour is approximately 45 minutes and takes you 100 feet (30 meters) down into the darkness of a silver mine. You will have to walk down some steep steps to get there.

Once below, the guide will show you what it was like to work in a mine in the 1880s…think candles and hand tools. You will get to see silver veins that still exist in the walls.

For those that are in better shape, the company also offers a Toughnut Mine Adventure Tour. This is a 2-3 hour tour that travels into lesser seen portions of the mine and even offers an option to head down an additional ladder to 200 feet (60.9 meters).

As with so many other locations, the Goodenough mine is thought to be haunted, and ghost tours are available on site.

Prices vary depending on your tour option.

Address: 501 E Toughnut St

18. Schieffelin Hall

In the Southwest, the biggest adobe structure still standing is Schieffelin Hall located right here in Tombstone.

Albert Schieffelin (brother of Ed) built the hall in 1881. It had many uses at the time, from a recital hall to a theater to a gathering place for the locals. In 1882, it managed to survive the big fire that decimated much of the downtown.

Over time it stopped being used and fell into disrepair until the early 1960s when it began to be renovated to what it is today.

Currently, it is still used for many of the uses for which it was originally built. It is used as a freemasonry lodge, theater, and meeting hall. It also houses city council meetings.

Address: 402 E Fremont St

19. Craft Beer At Tombstone Brewing Company

If you are into trying out local breweries, we feel like Tombstone Brewing Company has one of the best in the Southwest. Opened in 2016, the brewery has done so well that they now have a second location in Phoenix.

tombstone brewing company is one of our favorite craft breweries in the southwest

The beers on tap change frequently so if you visit Tombstone more than once, you can expect something different. Like most breweries, they offer growlers and even cans to take home your favorites with you.

We recommend trying the Strawberry Shortcake Sour Ale. It is by far our favorite. We have only ever seen it in cans (not on tap), but that just makes it easier to load up a cooler.

Address: 107 E Toughnut St

20. Fly’s Photography Gallery

As we love all things photography here at Traveling In Focus, we had to include a photo gallery on our list of interesting things to do in Tombstone, Az.

In the early 1880s, C.S. Fly ran a boarding house with a photographic studio in the back, where you could get your photo taken for a staggering 35 cents USD.

But his passion and skills seemed to lie in recording important historical events as they played out. For that reason, he is considered by many to be one of the first photojournalists before it was even a profession.

He was there for the aftermath of the OK Corral gunfight and took a photo of the deceased men in their caskets. You can see this image on display at the OK Corral facility mentioned in #3. He also took the only known photographs of Geronimo surrendering in 1886.

Inside the gallery, you will find a wide range of photographs that Fly took over the years.

Address: 312 E Fremont St

21. Courthouse State Historic Park

The Courthouse State Historic Park is a state park that encompasses the Cochise County courthouse that was built back in 1882. This Victorian-style Courthouse is one of the top recommended places to see by the locals.

courthouse state historic park holds the victorian style courthouse built in the 1880s

The building originally housed the sheriff, treasurer, jail, courtrooms, and more.

Today it is a museum. You can step back into the past and see a reproduction of a furnished office and courtroom. The courthouse also holds plenty of old documentation and books, drawings, artifacts, and more.

Probably our favorite part (and most of the reason it makes our list of interesting things to do in Tombstone, Az, if we are honest) is a replica of the gallows that would have been on the grounds. In fact, more than a handful of men were hanged here after being found guilty of their crimes.

Address: 223 E Toughnut St

22. Trolley Tour

There are tons of ways to take a tour and learn about Tombstone’s history. In fact, we have already discussed a few including the walking tour in #7 and taking a short ride in a stagecoach in #15.

Our final group tour option for you on our list of things to do in Tombstone, Az, is to take a Trolley tour.

The main one running is actually through the Good Enough Mine (#17 on our list). The trolley ride is about 45 minutes and takes you to all the hot spots around town. If you want to ride in comfort, this is the tour for you.

The tour goes beyond what you could see on foot downtown, taking you to Boothill Cemetery and other notable locations. In all, you will see more than 50 historic sites all the while being told their history.

๐Ÿ“Ž Tip: If you want to do the trolley AND the mine tour, there is a combo ticket that can be purchased at the Good Enough Mine.

Address: 501 E Toughnut St

23. Ike Clanton’s Haunted Hotel

If you are in for a bit of a scare that is family-friendly, then this haunted hotel should not be missed.

a skeleton sits just inside ike clanton's haunted hotel. why don't you sit and have a drink with him?

For a small admission price, you enter into the back for the walk-through of the haunted hotel.

There are only a handful of rooms, and the attraction can be done in 15 minutes or so. Each room has a dark-toned theme with mannequins and props. A spooky narrator tells you about the room and the history surrounding it. There was a small jump scare attempt, but it didn’t phase us personally.

Similar to the Historama in #4, this one is a bit corny but is still good fun.

On the way out of the haunted area, you do have an opportunity to see the FIRST EDITION of the Tombstone Epitaph hanging in a frame on the wall.

Address: 426 E Allen St

24. Visit During An Annual Tombstone Event

Visiting Tombstone at any time of the year is a fun experience. In a way, you get to step back in time and see what it was like to live in the Old West.

But hitting up Tombstone during one of their annual weekend events is a whole nother level. During these events, there are special activities that only happen during that time.

There are too many events to mention, and it depends on what you are looking for. But Helldorado in October is quite popular. And the Schieffelin Days in April have a desert donkey dash that is entertaining. And of course, the downtown is all decorated for Christmas including a tree in the center of town if you want to visit for the holidays.

25. Dress Up In “Period Wear” And Wander Downtown

Dressing up in Old West clothing and wandering downtown can really make the Tombstone experience feel authentic and it is why it makes our final spot of interesting things to do in Tombstone, Az.

John from traveling in focus along with his mother Norma dress in period wear to look like they belong in the Old West
John and his mother, Norma, are dressed and ready for downtown

Many of the locals do so already so you certainly won’t be out of place. Servers at Big Nose Kates, actors from the two gunfight shows, those doing walking tours, and much more wear Old Western attire the majority of the time.

Unfortunately, there are no rental shops to do it just for the day. If you have planned your visit to Tombstone, consider bringing some things that might work for an outfit.

If your visit to Tombstone is more on a whim, there are a number of shops in town that sell traditional clothing to choose from. Miss Kittys is a big one for the ladies.

Our Top Recommendations

We know 25 things can be overwhelming, especially if you only plan on spending a day or two in Tombstone. While we recommend everything we put on our list, here are our top 9 things we think you should hit up if you don’t have much time in the Old West.

out of 25 things to do in Tombstone, here is our top 9 favorites in you are limited on time

FAQs For Visiting Tombstone

Best Time To Visit Tombstone

In our opinion, the nicest weather will be spring and fall.

From mid-March to May and from late August to October the daytime temperature will be comfortable in the 70sยฐ to 80sยฐ F (21sยฐ to 26sยฐ C). The evenings will be cool still as this is a desert.

Winter is also not a bad time to come. While not as warm as spring and fall, most days are still lovely. In fact, we spent a winter season in the area and most of the time the days warmed up nicely. But we did see snow on occasion, and there were some cooler days where it didn’t even get to 60ยฐ F (15.5ยฐ C).

Summer is really the only season to avoid if possible. When the desert reaches 90ยฐ+ F (32ยฐ+ C), the dry heat starts to feel like you are inside an oven.

How Many Days Do You Need In Tombstone

We think a couple of days is the perfect amount of time to see Tombstone.

The main downtown area is quite small, and you can walk it in not much time if you aren’t stopping in many shops. But if you want to do several of the things from our list and get a full experience, you will need to devote a bit of time to Tombstone, Az.

If you only have one day, we still recommend coming to Tombstone. But you will have to pick just your top “wants” from our list, so you aren’t rushing from experience to experience. Two days will give you time to do a ghost tour after dark and hit up most of the activities and museums we have suggested.

metal tombstone sign that sits downtown

Where To Stay In Tombstone

Luxury – ๐Ÿ’ต ๐Ÿ’ต ๐Ÿ’ต – Tombstone Monument Guest Ranch

This one is a couple of miles from downtown, so you won’t be able to walk to East Allen St for the activities. But similar to East Allen St, this guest ranch is dedicated to looking like the Old West. Even the rooms are decorated in decor from the 1880s.

So if you want to keep the fun going, this one is the perfect place to stay.

Click here to book your stay at Tombstone Monument Guest Ranch!

Mid-Range ๐Ÿ’ต ๐Ÿ’ต – Tombstone Bordello B&B

This site housed ladies of the night back in Tombstone’s heydey. Now it is a cozy B&B with private baths and a yummy breakfast. Located close to downtown, nearly everything on our list is within easy walking distance.

Click here to book your stay with Tombstone Bordello B & B!

Budget ๐Ÿ’ต – Larian Motel

We mentioned this motel in #10 about ghost tours. If you want to try your luck with the paranormal, then this is the one for you. In addition to the possibility of seeing ghosts, this motel is close to downtown to see all the attractions.

Click here to book your stay at the Larian Motel!

Is Tombstone Worth Visiting

After reading our list of all the interesting things to do in Tombstone, Az, is there still a question?

Yes, absolutely, Tombstone is worth a visit. For many a single visit to see and do a few things will be enough. For others, the Old West creeps into their soul, and they want to go back again and again.

We think that even if you aren’t into westerns or history, this is worthy of a trip to check out some of what the city has to offer.

the OK Corral wooden sign at sunset

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To Finish – 25 Interesting Things To Do In Tombstone Az

As you can see, there are tons of things to do in Tombstone, Az. Rich in its history, visiting feels like stepping back into the 1880s. Everywhere you look there are old buildings (or replicas) and people dressed in Old Western attire that make you feel like you are part of a long-ago era.

This history is part of Tombstone’s soul. It is the heart of what keeps this Wild West town kicking and brings visitors to explore what it has to offer.

Our list has everything from corny attractions to gunfight re-enactments to tons of places that delve into Tombstone’s past. A bit of everything for every person. So head to the Southwest and spend a day or two in this incredible place.