Am doing a road trip from Las Vegas to Chicago and want to visit Santa Fe. Before that though, I am very keen to detour down to Tombstone for some authentic Wild West history. It's a 7 hour drive from Vegas and I was planning on staying 2 nights-the first to recover from the drive, then the next day, seeing what Tombstone has to offer. Would I be wasting my time? Should I just go on to Santa Fe? All opinions welcome!
We spent a couple hours on the main street and pretty much saw everything there plus the graveyard down the street. Is there anything else in Tombstone to see or do ?
Hi, which has a better nightlife on Sat nights? Bisbee or Tombstone? Not sure where to stay. 3 adults.
We are making our 1st trip to Tombstone over Thanksgiving. We will be staying in Tombstone Thurs & Fri nite.
We will we be able to eat dinner on Thanksgiving?
Will be bringing a motorcoach tour of seniors to Tombstone in May. Interested in hiring a step on guide to present the history and show us the sights of Tombstone for 1.5-2 hours. Is there a business in Tombstone that provides this service? haveing trouble finding one. Can anyone provide a two hour itineary if we do not have a guide and do it on our own? Thanks for any info.
WE were in the Longhorn Pub 2 winters ago from Canada. What I would like to know is the recipe they used for the Prickly Pear Margarita. What was the name of the Prickly Pear stuff also. The drink was wonderful as well as the whole dining at the Longhorn. Wish it was alot closer to Canada.
I need the phone #
It states that there is a restaurant inside of Big Nose Kate's saloon. Are children allowed?
Looking at either the Larian or the Tombstone Motel.
Anyone have any suggestions or comments on either?
This will be our first time to Arizona. We are planning a couple days at the Grand Canyon, then a day or two at Tombstone.
Besides the gunfight, what are some "must see's" or is there a recommended place to stay. will one night/2 days be enough for Tombstone, or should we plan on more time.
Help....... any information will be appreciated.
I just made a trip out to Tombstone and if I remember correctly back in the 80's or early 90's (the last time I went) wasn't there a restaurant that had the best ribs? I just remember walking by a window were the smoked ribs were cooking and the smell just made your mouth water? I didn't see it along the main drag when I went recently?
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