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Wizard's Workshop Museum


category : Museums
Rare displays of locally mined mineral, lapidary and jewelry techniques explained.


Hours: Open Mon-Sat 9 - 6, Sun 1 -6
Address: Fremont (Hwy 80) between 8th and 9th
Phone: 520-457-3152

Come visit us in Tombstone, Arizona

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