Tombstone
Horse drawn carriage in the historic district of Tombstone, Arizona
Horse drawn carriage in the historic district of Tombstone, Arizona

Tombstone Tours and Tickets

452 reviews
Free admission

It doesn't get more Wild West than the dusty streets of Tombstone, Arizona. The historic mining town is still renowned for the gunfight at the OK Corral, where gunslingers Virgil Earp and Doc Holliday battled a group of outlaws. Now restored to its 1800s glory, the town of Tombstone has been the setting for numerous Hollywood flicks and is a tourism hotspot. Catch recreations of the shootout at the OK Corral, get a drink at the Crystal Palace Saloon, and stroll the wooden boardwalks.

  • Tombstone, Arizona, 85638

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Misti_B, Aug 2023
Fun for the Family
This was a fun history tour of Tombstone. We learned a lot about the grisly past of the city and saw more buildings and locations than I could count. Our tour guide Skye was sweet and fun too.
Elaine_H, Nov 2023
inexpensive and informative
It was an inexpensive way to get lots of information about the area. You could start and stop it when you wanted to change the timing or talk to someone on the street or phone and then continue.
James_T, Jul 2023
Ghosts brought to life
Larry, our guide, was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. My wife and I were the only 2 people in our tour group. My wife had a sore knee and Larry was very attuned to making sure that she was okay. He had many stories and photographs that brought our to life.
Maricella_R, Jun 2023
The guides were awesome,...
The guides were awesome, some of the party were inconsiderate and made it difficult to hear at times but overall a good experience.
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Q:Is a trip to Tombstone worth it?
A:Yes, a trip to Tombstone is worth it, especially for history buffs or anyone interested in the Wild West era. The town was founded in 1879 and today serves as a fun—and showy—combination of attractions, shows, and memorabilia. Grab a drink at the Sarsaparilla Emporium and walk around the town.
Q:What's the best time of year to go to Tombstone, Arizona?
A:The best time to visit is in spring or fall when the weather isn’t too hot to explore Tombstone by foot. The heat can sometimes reach the triple digits Fahrenheit (38°C) in summer, so you may want to avoid June–August. Winter nights can dip near freezing but days are mild.
Q:What types of tours can you do at Tombstone?
A:Tombstone’s tours focus on its American frontier past. The most popular tours in Tombstone include ghost tours and history tours, tours at the O.K. Corral gunfight site and the Good Enough Silver Mine, and attraction tours like the ones offered at the Bird Cage Theatre.
Q:How many days do you need in Tombstone?
A:If you’re keen to see most of Tombstone’s main attractions and explore the town at a leisurely pace without rushing, you’ll need at least one full day, but two is recommended. If you’re going in summer, you’ll want to take breaks from the heat, which will stretch out the trip.
Q:How much does it cost to go to Tombstone?
A:Walking the streets of Tombstone, Arizona, is free. However you'll need to pay for any attractions, shows, museums, and tours you want to do, which generally range from US$10-US$35. Accommodations in the area range from budget to luxury and transportation, souvenirs, food, and drinks are all extra.
Q:Can you take pictures in Tombstone?
A:Yes, you can take pictures in Tombstone. Most places on the wooden boardwalk allow for photos inside, but a few don’t. Also, keep in mind that some attractions, like the Bird Cage Theater, let you take pictures inside but ask that you don’t post them online without permission.