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Certainly Tombstone Arizona has had more
articles and books written about its history than all of the other towns
of the west put together. Hollywood has told and retold the story of "The
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral" and made many movies about its colorful citizens
such as the Earps, Clantons and McLaurys, Doc Holliday, Bat Masterson and Texas John Slaughter, just to name a few. No wonder this little spot on Goose Flats called Tombstone Arizona has become to many "The Mecca of American Western History".
The OK Corral. Site of the most famous gunfight in Western History. "Walk Where They Fell". Watch Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday in daily reenactments of the famous Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Also includes C.S. Fly's photographic gallery. Next door is the Historama. Actor Vincent Price narrates the story of Tombstone from Geronimo's Apaches to modern times. Included is the history of Tombstone's Silver boom, The great fires and of course the OK Corral Gunfight.
Boothill Graveyard. In use from 1878 to 1884, it is the legendary graveyard in Tombstone Arizona, where more than 250 early Tombstonians are buried, including the casualties of "The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral". View the many graves including Lester Moore. Four slugs from a 44. No Les no more. So much of the good and so much of the bad of early Tombstone lies buried here.
The Bird Cage Theatre. Built in 1881 and used as a theater, gambling house and house of pleasure this historic landmark once hosted such names as Eddie Foy, Lotta Crabtree, Lily Langtree and Lola Montez on its stage. In 1882, the New York Times referred to the Bird Cage Theatre as, "...the roughest, bawdiest and most wicked night spot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast." Today, it retains all of its original fixtures and furnishings, including the dust.
The Crystal Palace Saloon. Built in 1879 and originally called the Golden Eagle Brewery, the Crystal Palace was the gathering place of the elite and not-so-elite of roaring Tombstone. Dr. Goodfellow and Town Marshal Virgil Earp had offices on the second floor. The most famous saloon in the West offers Western style entertainment, Live Music, Food, Drinks and more.
The Consolidated Mines Co. Good Enough Mine Tour. This tour truly reaches into Tombstone's past and offers not only an incredible under ground mine tour, but also a history lesson rich with stories of Tombstone's heritage. An incredible journey into the true soul and heartbeat of Tombstone.
These are but a few of the many Historic Attractions you will find on your trip to Tombstone Arizona, "The Town Too Tough to Die"!.