Welcome to Tombstone, Arizona! Tombstone is internationally known for its stormy and storied past. Western legends like Wyatt Earp and “Doc” Holliday became household names after the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral®. However, the legend didn’t end there, it continues today!
We invite you to walk the streets that these and other legendary men and women of the American West walked throughout the years. Come absorb the experience and history that is unique to Tombstone, Arizona! Step back into the Old West for a few days or even weeks. It is an encounter with history that you and your family can only get in “The Town Too Tough To Die.”
With a mild year-round climate, any time is the right time to visit Tombstone! To get a better idea of what Tombstone has to offer, visit the left side of this page to begin planning your experience now!
Tombstone is a small town of approximately 1,600+ residents that was once called Goose Flats. The town is surrounded by many different mountain ranges to include the Sierra and Dragoon Mountains. In 1962, the Department of the Interior designated Tombstone a registered historical landmark and a restoration zone was established and a commission for the preservation of its landmarks. Tourism is the mainstay of the economy.
In its early days, Tombstone was a rough and tumble silver-mining town made famous by the O.K. Corral gunfight. Today, you can walk where Wyatt Earp walked, see where the infamous Gunfight at the O.K. Corral took place, visit American Old West historical places such as the Tombstone Courthouse, Bird Cage Theatre, and much much more. Tombstone is proud of its American Old West history – and love to entertain visitors with reenactments, celebrations, and visual displays that depicit the rich history that made Tombstone “The Town Too Tough To Die.”
Visitors to Tombstone will ALWAYS find more than enough to do and see. History is everywhere and most often presented in highly entertaining family friendly manner. Tombstone is a city where history comes alive. You will find historic reenactments, gun fights, historic places, and museums.
Lodging here in Tombstone is often historic as well. Inns that date from the 19th century are not uncommon, complete with beautiful vintage furnishings. Tombstone’s RV Parks and Camp Grounds allow you to experience the beautiful Southern Arizona landscape up close.
Tombstone has plenty of great restaurants and saloons – all filled with history, legends and lore. Many of the visitors have said that it is like stepping back in time – thinking that maybe Doc Holiday leaned on this bar, or possibly Wyatt Earp sat here. History comes alive here in Tombstone everyday!
Are you getting married anytime soon? There’s no better place for an Western Themed Wedding than Tombstone Arizona. Many of our establishments and historic locations will gladly accommodate your wedding plans. Whenever you decide to visit, you’ll find that there’s always plenty to do in Tombstone. Just stop by and see for yourself, and we guarantee that you will never be bored.
History truly comes alive here in Tombstone, Arizona!
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