- The list below includes 35 free or cheap things to do in or near Patagonia, Arizona, including 47 different types of inexpensive activities like Nature & Wildlife Areas, Art Gallery, Camping Site and Farms & Ranches.
- From Patagonia Lake State Park to Parker Canyon Lake, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Patagonia and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tubac, Nogales, Green Valley and Sierra Vista.
Tombstone Walking Tours is a sightseeing tour company that offers walking tours of Tombstone, Arizona. Things that are highlighted on the tours include the origins of Tombstone, a murder scene, and the site of a famous gunfight.
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223 E Toughnut Street, Tombstone, AZ 85638 MoreLess Info
Once home to the Cochise County courthouse, Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park was originally built in 1882 and features a 12,000-square-foot museum. The park provides historical exhibits, private event hosting, a gift shop and shaded picnic areas.
Printed first in 1880, The Tombstone Epitaph was the newspaper which chronicled the gunfight at OK Corral. The museum presents a video of how the newspaper was printed back then, as well as displaying the hand press used for printing. There is also a gift shop.
Those seeking supernatural thrills after the dark has fallen can find the Tombstone Ghost Tour's services of help. The town was thought to be the most haunted town in the world, because of the many killings which occurred after silver was discovered in the area.
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426 E. Allen Street, Tombstone, AZ 85638 MoreLess Info
The Tombstone Ghosts & Legends Tour offers daily guided walking tours for sightseers throughout the historic old west town. During daytime, the tours focus on some of the famous gunfights in the town, while at night haunted locations are highlighted.
Visitors are taken to the 10 most haunted destinations in the old west city through the Tombstone Gunfighter & Ghost Tour. This walking tour leaves every evening at dusk and covers popular haunted sites like the Birdcage Theater and Tombstone's General Hospital.
The Birdcage Theatre, built in 1881, originally housed a prosperous gambling parlor and brothel. It features daily tours of the historic building and Silver Rush memorabilia as well as 'haunted' evening tours on the weekend.
Tombstone, Arizona's Birdcage Theater is a museum that was formerly a house of prostitution, a bar and a theater. It holds particular significance to paranormal investigators, as it is purportedly one of the most haunted structures in the United States.