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Benson Historic Walking Tour

Stop in the Benson Visitor Center for your brochure on our Historic Walking Tour. This walk through Benson's past will tell you a bit about the town'

Benson, AZ Tours

Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park

Museum dealing with the history of Tombstone and southeast corner of Arizona. From 1879 to 1929. It is the only publicly owned museum which tells the story of the "Town Too Tough To Die." Built in 1882 at a cost of nearly $50,000

Tombstone, AZ Historic Courthouses

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.

Willcox, AZ Battlesites

The Pioneer Home Museum

The Pioneer Home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and stands as a memorial to the early pioneers. Visit the board-and batten-house which still contains many of the Garland mining family heirlooms.

Tombstone, AZ Museums

Bird Cage Theater Museum

A noted original historic landmark of the authentic Old West. The world famous Bird Cage Theatre, also referred to as The Bird Cage Opera House Saloon was a fancy way in the 1880'

Tombstone, AZ Museums


Old Tombstone Tours

Historical tours by stagecoach, covered wagon or carriage. Owned by fourth generation Tombstone native. Giving you the true history of Tombstone. Call for group tours and weddings.

Tombstone, AZ Tours

Tombstone's Historama

The Historama is a twenty-six minute multimedia presentation of Tombstone'

Tombstone, AZ Museums

Muheim Museum Heritage House

This registered National Historic site was built by Joseph and Carmelita Muheim beginning in 1898 and completed in 1915. The home is an example of late 19

Bisbee, AZ Museums


Ghost Towns

Charleston and Millville Tombstone silver ore was milled here in the 1880s. It was used later by the U.S. Army during World War II as a training site for house-to-house combat.

Tombstone, AZ Pioneer History

San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area is along the San Pedro River. The area is managed by the Bureau of Land Management and has been designated as a Globally Important Bird Area in 1996 by the American Bird Conservancy. The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area covers 56,000

Sierra Vista, AZ Conservation Areas

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