- TripBuzz found 45 things to do with kids in or near Tombstone, Arizona, including 27 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sierra Vista, Bisbee, Benson and Hereford.
- From Tombstone Court House to Birdcage Theater, the Tombstone area offers 30 different types of family activities, including: Haunted Tours, Theaters, Historic Sites and Off Road & ATV.
- The city of Tombstone, settled in Cochise County, Arizona is home to a population of just over 1,000 residents spanning an area of 4 square feet. Known as a historic western city, Tombstone was one of the last frontier boomtowns of the American Old West, established in the late 19th century as a booming silver district. Now Tombstone carries on as a center for tourism and western memorabilia.
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.
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.
Originally built in 1910, the Historic Gleeson Jail is situated in the famous Arizona town of Tombstone. It was restored in the late 2000s and now serves as a historic site and small museum with artifacts from the 1900s when the jail was constructed.
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.
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.
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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.