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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.

Park at the San Pedro River bridge and walk one-half mile north on the west side of the river to reach the Charleston site. Millville is directly across the river.


Address: 9 miles SW of Tombstone on Charleston Road.
Phone: 888-457-3929
Our Email: info@tombstone.org

Come visit us in Tombstone, Arizona

Attractions and Upcoming Events

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


Boothill Graveyard

Tombstone's final resting place for the good, bad and evil of the 1880

Tombstone, AZ Cemeteries

OK Corral

See Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Virgil and Morgan Earp fight the McLaurys and Clantons in the daily reenactment inside the O.K. Corral® at 2 p.m. Stand beside life-size replicas of the nine gunfighters poised on the very spot where the 1881 shoot-out began. Hear what caused the 30

Tombstone, AZ Museums

Rose Tree Museum and World's Largest Rose Tree

1880 Tombstone artifacts and mining displays; World's Largest Rose Tree, a 113-year-old Lady Banksia, which covers 8,600

Tombstone, AZ Museums

Things to do Pioneer History near Tombstone, AZ

Ghost Towns

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