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    • Bird Cage Theatre
      This one-time theater and brothel has been reincarnated as a museum.
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    • Allen Street
      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 certainly seen plenty of sights in its time. Allen Street became famous for being at the heart of the action during the time of the Old West. It saw plenty of gunfights in its day, and continues to be the primary tourist destination for tourists and Tombstone visitors. Today, it attracts people from all over who are looking for the excitement and enchantment of the Wild West days. The first stop on any trip to Allen Street should be the Tombstone Visitor and Information Center, where people can pick up a map of the area along with all the information that they need to plan their day. After that, they can head on down the Street to see what they come across. Allen Street is home to plenty of attractions, one of the most notable being the O.K. Corral. The O.K. Corral is the site of the most famous gunfight of the Old West which took place on October 26, 1881. It has daily re-enactments of the fight and is also home to the Historama, a multimedia performance showcasing Tombstone's long and varied history. After that there's plenty to choose from, including the Tombstone Ghosts and Legends Tour, guaranteed to give everyone a chill, or the Birdcage Theatre. Visitors can ride along the dusty road on the Tucson Stage Line or Butterfield Stage Coach, and can enjoy travelling as it once was with the road being closed to all other traffic. There are lots of options in terms of food and drink as well including the Crystal Palace Saloon and Big Nose Kate's, and there are countless other souvenir and gift shops along the Street for visitors to find a memento of the day. And, the Street is an attraction in its own right, with western re-enactments often being performed by the Six Gun City Players. Allen Street is open daily and entry to the road itself is free, however admission fees and opening times are sure to vary with each individual attraction. Be sure to check with the attraction first for their terms and conditions, and it's worth checking with the visitor center if you want to know when any staged gunfights and the like will be taking place. A trip to Allen Street really gives people a chance to see what life was once like in the Old West. With plenty of attractions to choose from, as well as re-enactments of famous showdowns, visitors will truly get a glimpse into the history of the time. And, with everything so beautifully preserved it really feels like you're back in the days of the Wild West, which will appeal to history fans and general tourists alike. Allen Street is a must-see for any visit to Tombstone.
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    • Boothilll Graveyard
      Boothill Graveyard was the Tombstone City Cemetery from 1878 to 1884. It was not called Boothill until the 1920s. Its occupants ran the spectrum of all the cultures and nationalities of early Tombstone. Cowboys who "died with their boots on" lie next to housewives, business men and women, miners, gamblers, ladies of the "red-light district" and all the famous and not so famous occupants that contributed to Tombstone's early history. By the 1920s, Boothill had fallen into ruin with many grave markers lost or unreadable. A group of citizens in Tombstone and Cochise County began the task of researching old burial records, consulting with relatives, older residents, and using all means available to identify the occupants and mark the graves properly. The task took several years and the efforts of many to accomplish. This resulted in the graveyard being restored much as it was in the early years when it was the city cemetery.
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    • The Tombstone Epitaph
      The office of the Old West's most famous newspaper.
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    Tombstone Hotels information

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    Frequently Asked Questions about Tombstone hotels
    • What are the best hotels near O.K. Corral?
      Larian Motel, Trail Rider's Inn Motel, and Tombstone Sagebrush Inn are some of the most popular hotels for travelers looking to stay near O.K. Corral. See the full list: Hotels near O.K. Corral.
    • What are the best hotels near Boothilll Graveyard?
      Popular hotels close to Boothilll Graveyard include Larian Motel, Landmark Lookout Lodge, and Trail Rider's Inn Motel. See the full list: Hotels near Boothilll Graveyard.
    • Which hotels are closest to Tucson Intl Airport?
      Popular hotels close to Tucson Intl Airport include Hampton Inn Tucson-Airport, La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Tucson Airport, and Four Points by Sheraton Tucson Airport. See the full list: Hotels near (TUS) Tucson Intl Airport.
    • What are the best hotels near Bird Cage Theatre?
      A few of the most popular hotels near Bird Cage Theatre are Larian Motel, Trail Rider's Inn Motel, and Tombstone Sagebrush Inn. See the full list: Hotels near Bird Cage Theatre.
    • What are the best pet-friendly hotels in Tombstone?
      Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Tombstone are Larian Motel, Landmark Lookout Lodge, and Trail Rider's Inn Motel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Tombstone.
    • Which hotels in Tombstone are good for families?
      Larian Motel, Tombstone Monument Ranch, and Landmark Lookout Lodge all received great reviews from families traveling in Tombstone. See the full list: Family Hotels in Tombstone.
    • What are the best hotels with a pool in Tombstone?
      Some of the most popular hotels with a pool in Tombstone include Tombstone Monument Ranch, Landmark Lookout Lodge, and Trail Rider's Inn Motel. See the full list: Tombstone Hotels with a Pool.