Location

Tombstone Courthouse Locator Map

Elevation 4,539 feet   Fees

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(520) 457-3311
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Tombstone Courthouse
223 Toughnut St.
Tombstone, AZ 85638

Facilities

Visitor Center Restrooms Gift Shop Museum Exhibits Group: Day Use Areas Picnic Areas/Shelters

Nearest Services: 1 mile

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511 Speed Code

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Park's Speed Code: 4242#

Fees

Park Entrance Fees:
Adult (14+): $5.00
Youth (7–13): $2.00
Child (0–6): FREE

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Nearby State Parks

Visit nearby Arizona State Parks.

Kartchner Caverns State Park
29 miles.

Patagonia Lake State Park
Sonoita Creek State Natural Area
61 miles.

Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
90 miles.

Roper Lake State Park
99 miles.

Tombstone Attractions

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Tombstone Chamber of Commerce External Link
Official website of the Chamber of Commerce. For more information call (888) 457-3929 or (520) 457-9317

Tombstone Online External Link
More information about the city and what to do.

Bird Cage Theater
Located at 6th and Allen streets this original last of the red-light theaters opened it doors in Dec of 1881. Relive the seedy world of hard rock miners during their off hours. Open daily 8 am to 6 pm.

Boothill Cemetery
Laid out in 1879 with by the Tombstone Townsite Company, this original graveyard is just off Hwy 80 west, where many of Tombstone denizens, were laid to rest. Open Daily 7:30 am to 6 pm.

O.K. Corral and Historama
The site of the west’s most famous gun battle located on Allen between 3rd and 4th streets, was once a stable and tack shop. Rebuilt in the early 1950’s the building and grounds look much the same as it did in 1881. Open Daily
9 am to 5 pm.

Pioneer Home
The only surviving original homestead of a Cornish miner and his family complete with all of the family’s original furnishings and personal effects. Located on Hwy 80 west between 8th and 9th streets, by appointment only

Rose Tree Inn
Originally built in 1881 for the offices of the Vizina Mining Co, it became an inn in 1885. The world’s largest rose bush grows in the courtyard Located at 4th and Toughnut Streets. Open Daily 9 am to 5 pm.

Tombstone Epitaph
John Clum once said “no tombstone is complete without its Epitaph. John Clum founded the Tombstone Epitaph and became the 1st City Mayor in 1881.

Crystal Palace Saloon
Last of the original drinking halls in Tombstone, it was first built first as a brewery in 1879. the saloon rebuilt after each fire and has been meticulously restored to its 1881 appearance. Open daily.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
The oldest Protestant church in Arizona standing on its original sight used for its original purpose. Open daily corner of Safford & 3rd.

Goodenough Mine Tour
Ed Schieffelin discovered the mine in 1878and said the ore was “goodenough” hence the name to bring into production. Toughnut & 5th. Open Daily

Tombstone Western Heritage Museum
Part museum, part antique store, one of the best places in town for unique Tombstone memorabilia. Open Daily corner of 6th and Highway 80.

Area Attractions

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Fort Huachuca External Link
An active military base established in 1877 as a base for American soldiers fighting the Indian Wars and was home to the Buffalo Soldiers. The Fort Huachuca Museum highlights early military history. Visitors will need a driver’s license and vehicle information when you register at the front gate. Call (520) 533-3638.

Bisbee, AZ External Link
The city of Bisbee is located Southeast of the park. It is a curious mix of the old and the new. The downtown historic district recalls the wild days as a booming mining town, while the newer parts of town carry on as a modern municipality. See the large, open Lavender Pit or take the Copper Queen underground mine tour. Contact the Bisbee Visitor Center at #2 Copper Queen Plaza and Convention Center, Bisbee, AZ  85603. Phone (520) 432-3554, or toll free (866)-2BISBEE.

Cochise Stronghold
is named for the legendary Apache chief who evaded U.S. troops by hiding in the rugged hills and canyons of the Dragoon Mountains. History, hiking trails and picnic opportunities await the visitor in this scenic “hideaway”. Phone (520) 364-3468 or (520) 364-6800.

Amerind Foundation
The Amerind Foundation is hidden among the Dells of Texas Canyon in the Dragoon Mountains. It features a museum of Native American artifacts and artwork and serves as an archaeological research center. Contact them by phone at (520) 586-3666.

San Pedro River Riparian Natural Area
This natural area is a long vegetated strip, thirty seven miles long that runs down the center of the San Pedro River valley. The San Pedro House serves as a visitor center and trailhead and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. It's an ideal location for hiking and nature viewing, especially as a shady retreat during the warmer months. Phone (520) 439-6400.

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