Any Tombstone Tour will take you through Historic Streets. For Instance, You'll Travel Down Third Street and View the Courthouse.
Which Tombstone Tour would you like to take? They're solid ways to get familiar with the town of Tombstone, and its territorial surroundings. We have a summary of the selections, to help you decide which are best for you and your family!
We love to take a stagecoach tour. They're definitely a popular choice! Two different companies travel different paths. Each one covers an alternate route through town. So if you do both, you won't be duplicating!
There are also personal Tombstone walking tours, and Trolley Tours.
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A Free Walking Tour is Sponsored by the OK Corral on the Anniversary of the Gunfight.
Find an ATM in Tombstone AZ
Please Note - it's good to have cash on hand for any Tombstone Tour while in town. Some of them do not take Credit Cards. You can get cash at a few places in town that have an ATM:
O.K. Corral - To the left when you walk inside the door
Vantage West Credit Union - Outside on the front wall. Take Toughnut Street West until you reach Sumner; make a left & it's there on the left. You can park right in front of it.
Visitor Center - Just inside the doorway
Wyatt Earp's Oriental Saloon - Aside the opening between the bar & gift shop, on the bar side.
Crystal Palace Saloon - Just inside the doorways on Allen Street
Old Tombstone Wild West Theme-park - Just inside the entrance-way off of Toughnut Street. It only operates during the daytime hours.
Try a tour that brings you to outlying areas. That's a neat itinerary choice also.
Let's see what your options are...
Take a Tombstone Tour on a Stagecoach
Old Butterfield Stagecoach
Narrated 20 minute ride takes you through the history of Old Tombstone
Journey "back in time" in an authentic old mule-driven, Butterfield stagecoach, just as they did in the Wild West
If you have Dave as the driver - he may be! You can be rest assured he is well versed on the local history!
The other drivers are also well invested in doing a great job, telling you the historic lore during this Tombstone tour.
Ticket booth located on Allen St., between the O.K. Corral & Tombstone City Park. That's between 3rd & 4th Streets
Their Stagecoach leaves out regularly from approximately 10:30 a.m. to late afternoon. Their working schedule is Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays, Vacation Weeks & Special Events. Also some Wednesdays & Thursdays - so watch for them then!
$10 adults, $5 kids ages 6 & up. Under 6: Free
Need more details? Call (520) 457-3456
Old Tombstone Historical Tours
Old Tombstone Tours Stagecoach
Several ride choices are available. These include a Stagecoach, wagon or a surrey - all horse-drawn
A 15 minute narration while touring through the historic streets of Tombstone.
The driver covers the Tombstone historic yore
Ticket booth is on Allen St., just West of 5th St.
Has been open intermittently at other times, so good idea to check if it's open.
What's great is that they cover other areas of the town, history & surrounding local areas, that the other tours don't.
A super pick for those of you who are returning for a repeat visit.
But also great for anyone! We've taken it & really enjoyed seeing different aspects of town that other in-town tours don't cover.
Adventure Quest - Tombstone
Fun Interactive Game-Tour With the Family!
The Tombstone Quest is a unique adventure. Use an interactive story to discover the history of this unique old West town. The game starts by asking you to imagine that you've just rode into Tombstone on your trusty steed!
But when did you ride into town??
On Wednesday, October 26th, 1881, to stake a new silver mining claim. Uh, oh - what's the significance of that date?? You'll find out, as you take this entertaining tour. This method of seeing the town is something your family - your kids, your teenagers - will not forget!
The story takes you to see all the fabulous must-see historic sites! It guides you easily, right to the famous Tombstone Epitaph, the Bird Cage Theatre, Big Nose Kate's saloon, the OK Corral and the Court House.
Solve the clues
Get involved in challenges
Before you know it - you'll learn about the local history!
All the while, getting to know some fun facts!!
It's interactive, so this Tombstone Tour uses your smartphone or smart device (T-Mobile & Verizon carriers).
It's really the best ever for family groups, especially with teens & kids!
You get these cool challenges to do - figure out clues! Be all together as a team, cooperating and having fun, while you learn about Tombstone's secrets.
Whoa!! Even Wyatt probably didn't know what you'll find out!
Earn points as you go along your Tour Route.
Don't Worry! - Hints are given to help you out when needed.
Discover interesting info (even some neat Tombstone trivia!) - see the local sights - while having a lively time!
You use the system at Urban Adventure Quest on your Smart Device for a Tombstone Tour you'll love telling all your friends about!
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If you prefer to take a Tombstone tour by walking around on your own, these books may help you to get organized. We have the first one. It has 1 excellent review, 1 not so much. We think it's good enough to be helpful, especially for the price. Plus when you use it along with our website & local detail & historic signs.
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Tombstone Walking Tours
Dr. Jay Begins his Walking Tour
Dr. Jay's custom two hour Tombstone tour - very popular & enjoyable
Walk the Tombstone AZ streets where Old West legends have walked.
Be entertained while being educated!!
We've gone on tour with Dr. Jay and he has a captivating method of explaining the local history!
Advance Reservations are almost certainly needed.
Timing can be varied. Sometimes tours are on, being scheduled - sometimes they're not.
When tours are available, spots book quickly.
Best to call for reservation assurance: (520) 457-9876
Good Enough Mine Tour
Come On Over - Get Your Mine Tour Tickets Here! At the Ticket Office: End of 5th St.
Every Hour on the Hour - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Good Enough was one of Tombstone's original mines, established on October 26, 1878
501 East Toughnut Street - At the South End of 5th Street
Family Plans - Group Rates - Tombstone Discount Packages Available
Call for details - (520) 457-3333 & any questions
Toughnut Mine Tour - Now Open! Longer, more in-depth. Inquire by phone or at the ticket booth.
Tombstone Tour of the Courthouse State Historic Park
This historic 1881 Cochise County Courthouse was built to serve as the County Seat. It's been restored and is open for self-touring. A fantastic facility with so much to see. Each time we go in this Tombstone tour building, we see something "new" (to our eyes!) and wonderful. Highly recommended.
At the Southwest corner of Toughnut & 3rd Streets - 223 Toughnut. There is parking alongside, on 3rd.
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day except Christmas
Children 6 & under - Free
Children 7 to 13 - $2
Everyone 14 years of age & older - $7
See the reproduction gallows in the courtyard. Original no longer stands - but read who the court sentenced to hanging there!
The original courtroom is a nice place to take a little break, sitting on a bench
Many historic interpretive exhibits of varied aspects of the town. From the Earps and saloons to the people who built the town businesses, the fire departments & the schools.
First-come, first-serve picnic areas are available on the grounds.
For any further details needed, you can call (520) 457-3311
Tombstone Territory Tours On-the-Go!
Mobile Your Tour Outside of Town!
Want to know more about how to have the best Tombstone vacation? When you come to Tombstone - yes! It's a great place to stay and live its Old West history. But near-by, in Southeast Arizona, there's so much more to do and see.
A lot has to do with the story of the Wild West. There are quite a few Ghost Towns, for instance. But there are beautiful places to explore. Trails to trek. Other historical, quaint and unique towns to visit. Wineries, even! Awesome mountainside vistas to get to know. And fun things to do.
These other types of Tombstone-related tours can get you to those places.
Tombstone Adventure Company
Get Up Close to Those Awesome Dragoons!
Family friendly professionally guided trip
Suitable for ages 8+ years old
Half-day rock climbing and/or hiking in the Coronado National Forest amidst the Dragoon Mountains
Or ask about a Beautiful Scenic Sunset 4x4 Tour
Or Choose to Explore the Stronghold area
A Guided light walking/hiking tour
Your trip is provided by Certified Wilderness First Responder Guides
They hold Interpretive Certification to provide the best & safest experience possible!
All abilities and experience levels are accommodated
For more details, and to arrange a tour, call...
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Legend of the West Humvee Tours
Choose among their two tours on a Humvee 4-wheel drive vehicle
Try the Ghost Town Trails
Or select their Off-road Wine Tour Adventure!
K.C. is your Veteran Owner and Tour Guide
Email him at
Or just call: (484) 707-7334
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Into the West Jeep Tour
The Jeep Tour will drive to the town of Tombstone to pick you up.
Choose the Ghost Town Tour, the Cottonwood Springs Shootout Tour, or Johnny Ringo's Grave Tour
Other options are available for arrangement
You can also designate a pick-up from your Tombstone hotel
For more info or reservations call (520) 559-2151
Or email them at email@example.com
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