- The list below includes 54 free or cheap things to do in or near Tombstone, Arizona, including 37 different types of inexpensive activities like Haunted Tours, Historic Sites, Restaurants and Walking Tours.
- From Boothilll Graveyard to Allen Street, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Tombstone and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sierra Vista, Bisbee, Benson and Hereford.
A scenic and guided ride on horseback through Arizona's wine country is what Arizona Horseback Experience is all about. They offer short horseback riding tours to extended overnight horseback riding trips of canyons; and best of all, even non-experienced riders are welcome here!
Offering a guided tour, Chiricahua Regional Museum offers items related to Apache Indians, railroads and the military as well as ranching and mining in the Wilcox area. The museum includes documents, photographs, and artifacts like a buggy and sidesaddle.
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128 E Maley Street, Willcox, AZ 85643 MoreLess Info
A natural history museum focused on local and regional history, the Chiricahua Regional Museum & Research Center offers a variety of exhibits. Topics include the Apache, the local mining industry, ranching, and area military history.
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Dedicated to the late film star Rex Allen, the Rex Allen Arizona Cowboy Museum documents the life and career of the Arizona native. The museum features photographs, film posters, movies, audio recordings and many of Allen's cherished guitars.
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156 N. Railroad Avenue, Willcox, AZ 85643 MoreLess Info
Exhibits featured at the Friends of Marty Robbins Museum focus on the musician Marty Robbins. The extensive collection of memorabilia was donated by Juanita Buckley, and there is an on-site gift shop with CDs and DVDs.
Guests can enjoy films and live events at Rex Allen Theatre, a cinematic and cultural arts center. The theatre airs current movies along with classic, foreign, art, and independent films and also hosts live concerts and community events.
The Rex Allen Museum is dedicated to the life of the singing cowboy of the same name. In addition to memorabilia from Allen's career, the museum also features exhibits drawing on the history of cowboys and the old west.