- Our list of the best things to do in Bisbee, Arizona, features the top 68 nearby activities — including 31 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bisbee, AZ has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Tours, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 19 things to do within the city of Bisbee, AZ , followed by 49 popular activities in nearby cities, including Tombstone, Sierra Vista and Hereford
Historical gunfights are reenacted daily at Doc Holliday's Gunfight Palace in Tombstone. Rather than simply acting out the fights, the performers also explain the history of the town and the backstory behind these famous conflicts.
100% 1 votes
Between Mile Marker 324 & 325 On N Side of Sr 90 E, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 MoreLess Info
Environmental Operations Park is a 640 acre park with over 50 acres of constructed wetlands. The park's main attraction is the abundant bird and wildlife, and as such the park provides a 1,800 square foot wildlife viewing platform.
Dubbed as the premier Hummingbird viewing spot, Beatty's Miller Canyon Apiary & Orchard does offer its guests a lot of activities aside from bird watching. Visitors can go on a camping trip here, check out the orchard, hiking and best of all, it's a photographer's paradise.
83% 6 votes
Martin Luther King Drive, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 MoreLess Info
A mostly indoor facility, the Cove Aquatic Center features an 11,000-square-foot, zero-entry pool with slides, lap lanes and a wave machine. The center also offers a kids' pool, water therapy pool and outdoor diving pool.
Located within Veteran's Memorial Park, Sierra Vista Skate BMX Park is a recreational facility suitable for skateboards and bicycles. The park features a bowl, ramps, rails, steps, ledges, benches and an observation area with bleachers and grassy fields.
89% 142 votes
Fourth, between Allen and Toughnut, Tombstone, AZ 85638 MoreLess Info
A Lady Banksia rose bush specimen was planted at the site of the Rose Tree Museum and Books in 1886 and now covers over 9,000 square feet. The museum itself contains exhibits and artifacts from the average home of someone living in Tombstone at the time the roses where planted.
Brown's Canyon Trail leads the hikers into a small canyon, opening to the view of the city. While there are some trails which are easy enough for any hiker, there are also a few difficult ones because of their inclination.