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Allen Street is the main business and Historic District/National Registry of Historic Places of the famous Old West town of Tombstone, Arizona. It's full of history having once been the main thoroughfare of Tombstone during the boomtown days, so has...more
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Allen street completely captures the look of Tombstone back in its western days. The boardwalks and dusty main road are replicas of the town back then and all the shops have store fronts that are very similar to the original town setups. It took us...More
Seen Tombstone by stagecoach . The guide was extremely knowledgeable, he sounded and looked the part . Learned so much more than we would have done by ourselves .
You can imagine yourself there in the 1800’s.
The street is very well kept with lots...More
Tombstone was a last second detour decision while on I-10 and I'm glad we did. But arriving at 6pm we found most everything to be closed. It was still fun to walk and explore this old west town and imagine life 150 years ago. Would...More
Even though it is a bit commercial - they have tried very hard to keep the old western feeling of Tombstone! It is a great little day trip if in the area. Make sure you stop at the Birdcage - it is one of the...More
We had so much fun walking up and down the street taking pictures and seeing the sights. Make sure you come early everything closes at 5 pm. Only the restaurants are open later. There are public restrooms but they are pretty dirty.
Allen Street was a blast! We watched the Doc Holli-Days parade here, visited some incredible attractions, and ate some of the best food I've had while traveling anywhere. Bring a camera and snap plenty of pictures. Anyone dressed in period clothing will allow you to...More
This was a side trip I didn't know I would be making. Friends drove me there and we walked where the gun fight happened. It was like walking on sacred ground. The street is blocked off for several blocks so no one can drive on...More
The sidewalks are wood. The knowing that outlaws and the Earps walked these very places. Just wow. I visited when I was a kid this time I brought my teen kids with me. They will tell you that Tombstone was the best part of the...More