Your Own Insider Guide to Get the Best Out of Your Tombstone Travel in AZ! And Find Out About the Old Wild West...
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We created this Tombstone Travel AZ website for you! We're Karen & Bill, residents in town! Yes - we live here! We love Old Wild West History, and love living here!
We want to help you love your trip to our home. We've designed this Travel website to guide you through our town. It's like your own Tombstone American West Travelogue!
And we help you learn details about the Wild West. That helps you plan for a fun trip to this authentic, Old West town! Learn how and why Tombstone AZ fits into that history. What is it about Tombstone that attracts people to its story? What is it that draws visitors to travel to Tombstone?
People arrive in Tombstone, and often ask similar questions. We can answer some FAQs for you here - right off the bat!
There is NO Entry Fee to the town of Tombstone itself - it's an actual community with regular residents that live here. Yes, some have even wondered if the town of Tombstone is fictional! But no - NO ENTRY FEE, it's a town with quite a bit of real living history!
Google Tombstone & you may see a Theme Park listing! Well, there's a theme activity park here (purchase tickets for activities - lots of kid friendly stuff in there!) - but that's not the whole of Tombstone, the authentic, historic town.
There's no town closing time, per-se! Many shops do end their day about 5 p.m. On Special Events some may stay open later. Most Places To Eat stay open later.
What is there to do? Lots! Something for all - family style, kids, adults, history buffs, shoppers, learners, festival-goers, outdoors enthusiasts, etc., etc.!
Is there anything else nearby to do? There sure is! A lot more adventures and historical areas are quite close.
Downtown streets are laid out in a grid. Allen Street is the "main street" with numbered streets in between. Most places to visit are between 3rd & 6th Streets. The outside blocks that parallel Allen with places to check are Toughnut Street & Fremont Street.
Pick up a Map at many shops along Allen. Shop-keepers, bartenders, wait-staff, most locals will be glad to point out anything or answer questions.
Cell/WiFi? T-Mobile & Verizon only will work here. No WiFi provision in town businesses - they operate on narrow bottom lines!
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We welcome you to our town! You'll find locals are very hospitable, and glad to have you here. You'll see them walking around in Old West attire.
It's because they love the spirit of this historical town. They love the history. They like taking part in reliving it! We do that ourselves. If you see us - be sure to say hello!
We've gathered everything to help you plan your trip to our Tombstone home, and get the most out of it. Whether you're here for the day, a weekend, or an extended trip!
Ask us any questions we haven't already answered. We'll be glad to help. See below to ask us any questions right now!
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As a first time visitor, be sure you've read the FAQs above. Sometimes visitors aren't quite sure how to approach this town. If that's the case, we're here to help. Please enjoy stopping by all the areas of our website.
We're always researching more activities, info and history. We continually update to get the best information for you. So stop back often! Tell us what you'd like to know - we'll get it for you.
It may be difficult to see and do everything in one day! Preview our historical town by looking over our website to help you plan what's best for you and your family. It will help you get the best visit! It can also give you a reason to come back - we sure hope you will! And tell others!
Those are just a few of our major suggestions and tips. But that's not all! Check our main menu above for even more that our historical town, and wonderful state offers. Our Site Guide Index helps you get more individualized selections to each & every page in our Tombstone Travel website!
Planning to stay overnight? You don't want to miss our stay-over recommendations. There are also great places to get a pizza, a steak or a burger! OR if you do stay over - to get your Breakfast!
Do you have any specific questions or suggestions? Be sure to let us know below. Enjoy!!
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Great to see you back again! We know you're probably hooked! Just like we are! And all the other locals you see walking the streets in their Old West gear!
What do you want to do this time around? Here are suggestions you may have missed on your previous trip(s). Any suggestions for us? Did you discover anything we haven't mentioned - but should?? Anything you're wondering about - let us know...
Here are some things, we've come up with for return visits. Some of the not so obvious, or newer treats: