Welcome to Tombstone


Most boomtowns went bust, but Tombstone declared itself 'Too Tough to Die.' Tourism was the new silver and as the Old West became en vogue, Tombstone didn't even have to reconstruct its past – by 1962 the entire town was a National Historic Landmark. Yes, it's a tourist trap; but a delightful one and a fun place to find out how the West was truly won.


Top experiences in Tombstone

Amazing hotels and hostels

We've pre-picked the best hotels, hostels and bed and breakfasts to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

Tombstone activities

$57 Water Sports

Glenwood Springs Half-Day Rafting Trip

By far our most popular trip, this 3 hour rafting trip meets at our river front facility. Heading up river about 9 miles to the Shoshone Rapids in Glenwood Canyon on the Colorado River, we get off to an exciting start as we navigate the class III-IV rapids including The Wall, Tombstone, Maneater, Superstition, and many more. The river gradually begins to mellow out and your guide will educate you on the incredible history of Glenwood Canyon and the Colorado River. At lower flows, natural hot springs flow right into the river and we can stop and soak. Your trip will end right back at our private river ramp at our facility, where you can walk from the raft to a warm shower, to your car and belongings, and immediately view photos from your trip.

$3269 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Tombstone

Tombstone, Boot Hill, San Xavier Mission tour Walk the same streets as Doc Holiday and Wyatt Earp,, Johnny Ringo, and Ike Clanton in the “Town too Tough To Die”. The legendary Wild West town of Tombstone will lead you on an exciting and history filled tour. Visit the Birdcage Theater, Big Nose Kate’s Saloon, the OK Corral, the Tombstone Courthouse, or the “Good Enough Mine” underground tour.  Tour the mine that started it all. The Good Enough Mine is the original silver mine founded by Mr. Ed Scheiffelin in 1879. Today you can tour the mine and learn about silver mining in the late 1800's. The tour would not be complete without a stop at the famous "Boot Hill" Cemetery. The Mission San Xavier del Bac, also known as the “White Dove of the Desert” is the oldest intact European structure in Arizona. The mission’s interior is filled with brilliantly colorful artistic embellishments. It is truly spectacular. It has been called the “Sistine Chapel of the New World”. The world’s best-preserved meteorite impact site on Earth. Located just minutes from Interstate 40 and the old Route 66 in Northern Arizona near Winslow, Meteor Crater is the breath-taking result of a collision between asteroid traveling 26,000 miles per hour and planet Earth approximately 50,000 years ago.

$250 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Tombstone and Old Tucson Day Tour (also Saguaro NP) from Scottdale or Phoenix

Visit: Wandering Heart AdventuresPickup will be at 7am from the hotel lobby. From here we will take the 3 hour trek to Tombstone, AZ. During the trip down you will learn about the area and historical information about the state from the guide. We will transport you in a luxurious SUV or Van for the trip. Once in Tombstone you will get a chance to roam around and check out the amazing main street of the old west town. Also here we will take you to lunch and a staged 30 minute gunfight. Total time in Tombstone is around 2-2.5 hours. From here we will take you to the popular film studio of old Tucson. There you will get a chance to explore the historical film lot of where over 450 productions were filmed. We will spend roughly 90 minutes in this location. Lastly we will take you to the amazing viewpoint and visitor center at Saguaro National Park. We will spend 30-40 minutes at this location. From this stop we will promptly take you back to the hotel. Total trip is 12 hours from pickup to drop-off. Lunch, admissions and a staged gun fight is included.