- TripBuzz found 22 things to do with kids in or near Benson, Arizona, including 17 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tombstone.
- From Kartchner Caverns State Park to Gammon's Gulch Movie Set, the Benson area offers 40 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, History Museums, Observatories & Planetariums and Specialty Museums.
- Benson, Arizona is a popularly visited natural wonder of the states southeast region. Home to the famed Kartchner Caverns, visitors are able to go underground and explore wondrous caves in the desert. Other points of interest in town include golfing, camping, rodeo shows, train rides, historic tours, antique shopping and local dining.
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Kartchner Caverns State Park features a lime stone cave with the world's longest soda straw stalactites, gift shops, and a theater. Besides these, on the grounds there are also campgrounds, hiking trails, an amphitheatre and picnic areas.
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San Pedro Valley Arts & Historical Society is a museum that houses a variety of items and artifacts related to the railroad town's history including an old general store display. There is a quilt gallery behind the museum.
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.
Tombstone, Arizona is home to the Wyatt Earp Theater, a historical interpretive center dedicated to the memory of the Old Wild West. The immersive theater experience includes elaborately costumed actors, thrilling stunts and elaborate gunfighting demonstrations.
Fairbank is a ghost town that was named after N.K. Fairbank with the post office being established there on May 16, 1883, which at its height, about 100 people lived in the town that served as a railroad supply point and stage terminal. Today, visitors can view old buildings and foundations.