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Chiricahua Regional Museum


category : Museums
The Chiricahua Regional Museum houses many artifacts and exhibits of the area, as well as the Chiricahua Apache Indians, their great Chief, Cochise, and renegade Geronimo.


Address: 127 E. Maley St.
Phone: 520-384-3971

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Rex Allen Museum

The Rex Allen Museum and the Cowboy Hall of Fame pay tribute to Willcox, Arizona'

Willcox, AZ Museums

Chiricahua National Monument

The Chiricahua National Monument presents an amazing variety of plants and animals, with more than 20 miles of hiking trails to explore the towering spire rock formations.

Willcox, AZ Natural Attractions

Fort Bowie National Historic Site

Willcox serves as a starting point for your journey through the Magic Circle of Cochise. The road leads you to the ghost town of Dos Cabezas, as you head for Apache Pass and the Fort Bowie National Historic Site. This outpost marks the battles of the Indian Wars in the late 1880's.

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Southern Pacific Depot

Willcox owes it's initial existence to the Southern Pacific railroad which first chugged through the area in 1880

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