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TOMBSTONE

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2019 events ..........................................................................................................................20 Arlene’s .....................................................................................................................................5 Best Western Plus Sun Canyon .......................................................................................4 Big Iron S.G........................................................................................................................... 10 Big Nose Kate’s Saloon....................................................................................................24 Bird Cage Theatre ............................................................................................................. 15 Boothill Graveyard ...............................................................................................................6 The Branding Iron ................................................................................................................5 Canyon Vista Regional Health Center .........................................................................8 Cafe Margerita ....................................................................................................................24 Chiricahua Community Health Center ..................................................................... 12 Copper Queen Community Hospital........................................................................ 21 Fallen Angel Sweet Sin Parlor ...................................................................................... 10 Good Enough Mine & Trolley Tours...........................................................................20 High Lonesome Vineyard .............................................................................................. 18 H&R Block .............................................................................................................................22 Johnny One Dog ............................................................................................................... 18 Longhorn Restaurant ......................................................................................................24

Stand Where the Legendary Gun Battle Began. See Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday Reenact the Gunfight.

Nora’s Place.......................................................................................................................... 16 OK Corral..................................................................................................................................2 Old Tombstone Western Theme Park ...................................................................... 14 Puny John’s BBQ ................................................................................................................ 17 Rainbow Coalition of Southeast AZ .......................................................................... 21 Rose Tree Museum ........................................................................................................... 17 Realty Executives .............................................................................................................. 16 Shady Lady’s Closet..........................................................................................................24 Sierra Vista Medical Group ............................................................................................23 Spur Western Wear ........................................................................................................... 13 Tombstone Antique Mall ............................................................................................... 13 Tombstone Brewing Co .................................................................................................. 12 Tombstone Chamber of Commerce ......................................................................... 11 U Scream 4 Ice Cream.........................................................................................................3 Valor Hospice Care...............................................................................................................9 Western Edge of Tombstone........................................................................................ 19

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The Wizard’s Workshop.................................................................................................. 19 White Raven Trading Co. LLC...........................................................................................9 Wyatt Earp’s Oriental Saloon...........................................................................................7

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White Raven Trading Co., Curiosity Shoppe and Museum of the Strange

Nora’s Place Along with carrying a selection of ladies clothing and apparel, Nora’s Place offers paranormal tours and nightly ghost investigations, reiki healing and tarot readings. “We’re located in the old Watt and Tarbell undertakers building,” business owner Nora Weed said. “I start the ghost investigations with a history of the building’s past, information about equipment that we’re using, then it’s lights out.” The ghost investigations, which are $20 an hour per person are at 6:30 and 8 p.m. Based on rave reviews found on Facebook, Nora’s Place delivers “excellent paranormal experiences” from those who have ventured into the old undertakers building for a tour. Located at 521 E. Allen St., the historic building housed the Watt and Tarbell Undertakers business from 1879 until 1903. The storefront is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. For information, call 520-210-2810, or find them on facebook, norasplacellc.

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Shop owners Carolyn and Graham Criglow started White Raven Trading Co. in May 2018. Graham, who has a degree in Museum Science out of Texas A&M University, has collected oddities his entire life. “We carry artifacts, crystals, fossils, rocks, metaphysical supplies, jewelry, books, candles and a huge collection of pins, patches and stickers,” Carolyn said. “But our museum is the focus of our store. We have the world’s largest ‘frog band,’ taxidermy frogs that play instruments. We also have a voodoo display, prison art display and an underwater creature. We have quite a collection of unique, crazy stuff here.” One of the biggest curiosities is a Charles Manson painting with human blood, strands of Manson’s hair, as well as cremains. “The painting is one of four in existence,” Carolyn said. Tarot reader Mushauld Smith makes frequent visits to the shop, where customers can request card readings. While Raven may be new to Tombstone’s business scene, in 2019 it was named a Success Awards winner by America’s Small Business Development Center Arizona Network. Located at 215 E. Allen St., White Raven is in the former home of China Mary, considered the absolute ruler of Tombstone’s 1880s Chinese community. The business is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. six days a week, closed on Tuesdays. For information, call 520-732-1048, or go to www. whiteraventrading.com

Wizard’s Workshop

are greeted When stepping inside Wizard’s Workshop, visitors ibed as a Descr with a selection of personally crafted creations. rals mined in mine “magical place,” the shop is filled with gems and Southern Arizona. assembled Owners Don and Kathy Paonessa have collected and uality um-q muse one of the largest privately owned collections of oise, turqu Bisbee Copper minerals. The collection includes tain fire agate. malachite, azurite, campbellite and Slaughter Moun Kathy “We’ve been in business in Tombstone since 1974,” m piece of custo Paonessa said. “Come on in and let us make your jewelry on es creat jewelry. We’re the only shop in Tombstone that the premises.” features Located at 800 E. Fremont St., Wizard’s Workshop ay through Tuesd handmade fine jewelry crafted on-site. Hours are Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. izardsFor information, call 520-457-3152 or go to www.the-w workshop.com.

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Larian Motel U Scream 4 Ice Cream & Coffee Plus There’s nothing like decadent ice cream to cool off on a hot Tombstone day. Or get your morning caffeine buzz with a freshly brewed cup of Joe. U Scream 4 Ice Cream & Coffee Plus are sideby-side businesses owned by Larry Putnam and Robin Chelmis. “Coffee Plus features fresh-brewed coffee and Tombstone’s infamous crappuccino, creamy hot chocolate, tasty doughnuts and pastries, iced coffee and cool smoothies,” Larry said. “We also have unique gifts and souvenirs.” The ice cream shop is home to 22 flavors of gourmet ice creams, shakes, malts, floats, sundaes, candies, baked items and much more. Larry, a re-enactor whose stage name is “Jericho,” has been visiting Tombstone for more than 20 years. “My wife, Robin, has had the ice cream shop for four years, and when the shop next door to it became available, we rented it to start our coffee shop,” he said. As proud sponsors of Tombstone Forward, a nonprofit that promotes Tombstone through different events, Larry is working to revitalize Tombstone at Twilight. “Twilight is held on the fourth Saturday of each month from 5 to 8 p.m. — at a time when most of the merchants are closed. We hope they will set that one time a month aside and stay

open a couple of hours later. We also will have entertainment in the city park and on Allen Street,” he said. “Be sure to join us for the return of Tombstone at Twilight on May 25, and stop by our shop for an ice cream, while out enjoying the town after-hours.” Located at 104 Fourth St., Coffee Plus is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., while U Scream is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information, call Larry at 940-367-3638.

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If you’re planning to spend a few days in Tombstone while exploring this old west mining town, be sure to check out the Larian Motel, located in the heart of the historic district. The newly remodeled 14-room motel offers free wifi, flat screen TVs, coffee and refrigerators in every room, as well as microwave ovens on request. “We’re within walking distance of all the historic attractions, restaurants and saloons,” said Gordon Anderson, Larian owner and operator. “We have large, clean comfortable rooms and are rated number one by TripAdvisor and Yelp.” Built in 1957, the Larian has a long-standing reputation for excellent service and western hospitality. “When it comes to lodging, we have one of the best values around, with repeat customers year after year,” noted Anderson. “If you’re interested in finding a comfortable place to stay in Tombstone with convenient access to our historic sites, be sure to stop by and see what we have to offer.” Located at 410 E. Fremont St., the Larian can be reached by calling 520-457-2272, or by visiting the website at www. tombstonemotels.com.

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Arlene’s Gallery • Southwest Trading Company • Southwest Silver & Gold • 520.457.3678 or 520.457.3833 • Allen Street, Tombstone, AZ • www.arlenesgallery.com

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Big Iron Shooting Gallery Big Iron Shooting Gallery is the place to go for a true Old West experience. Step inside the gallery and shoot the firearms that won the west. Customers fire single-action revolvers, in a safe, family-oriented setting using gallery ammunition. It’s the same type of ammo used in military training, said Timothy Loomis, who purchased Big Iron in February 2018. “The ammunition we use is a low enough (to not hurt young kids’ ears), customers use the point shooting technique and they fire at a 6-foot-tall silhouette.” Cost is $5 for six shots. Located at 519 E. Allen St., the gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. six days a week, closed on Tuesdays. For information, call 480-232-4369, or go to the website at bigironshootinggallery.com.

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BOOTHILL GIFT SHOP • 520-457-3300 W W W . B O O T H I L L G I F T S H O P. C O M


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Cooking meat with smoke and heat has become somewhat of an artform for John Marshall. It’s an artform that has evolved into one of Tombstone’s popular new eateries where inviting hints of slow cooked meat waft through town from Puny John’s BBQ. John and his wife Amanda “Mandy” Marshall opened the restaurant in Tombstone’s historic district in October 2016. Puny John’s in-house sauces and rubs are prepared in John’s signature barbecue style. The restaurant’s menu of juicy pulled pork or chicken sandwiches, tender beef brisket and St. Louis style ribs is winning praises from barbecue connoisseurs. “We specialize in brisket, pulled pork, ribs and whole hogs,” Marshall said. “Don’t forget to try out homemade barbecue sauces. They come in mild, hot and fire hot!” John has been dabbling with barbecue techniques for more than two decades, borrowing different styles from all over the globe while serving in the Air Force. Marshall said that every country he visited had its own version of barbecue. “I have taken my favorite types and recipes from my travels and blended them into what I feel is an award winning product.” After moving to Sierra Vista in 2012, the Marshalls started a catering business and also worked local festivals out of a concession trailer. When their business continued to grow, they purchased an old historic building in Tombstone and opened Puny John’s BBQ. Located at 11 S. Fourth Street, Puny John’s is about halfway between Fremont and Allen streets in Tombstone’s historic district. For information, call 457-2396.


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Tombstone Weddings

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Tombstone Harley-Davidson

For creative, western- themed weddings and vow renewals, there’s no other officiant like the Rev. Dr. Jay Clark of Tombstone Weddings. Dr. Jay has been ushering couples into matrimony with customized ceremonies for nearly 11 years. He and his wife Linda R. Young create tailored, destination weddings that cater to each couple. “There are so many really unique wedding venues right in Tombstone, but we will perform the ceremony wherever the couple wants to get married,” said Dr. Jay. Three popular Tombstone wedding destinations are the Rose Tree Museum, Tombstone Courthouse, Schieffelin Monument and the OK Corral. Outside of Tombstone, Dr. Jay has p er for med weddi ngs at Gammons Gulch and Triangle T Guest Ranch, to name a few popular locations. Dr. Jay’s wedding ceremonies are described as “filled with well placed humor, thoughtful sentiments and inspiring scripture readings (if requested), topped off with perfectly personalized vows.” He has been ranked in the top 5 percent of wedding officiants and is a People’s Choice Award winner. For information, call 520-4579876, or visit www.tombstoneweddings.com.

is a small retail store loaded with Harley-Davidson accessories. Touted as a “one-stop shop for everything Harley,” the store’s selection includes t-shirts, chaps, belts, purses, jewelry, authentic drinking glasses and much more. All merchandise carries the Tombstone logo, creating unique gift opportunities for family and friends. Located in the town’s historic district, Tombstone H-D is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, the store is located at 526 E. Allen St. For information, call 520-457-1482 or visit www. tombstoneharley.com.

Fallen Angel Sweet Sin Parlor Located next to the Bird Cage Theatre, Fallen Angel Sweet Sin Parlor features 50 varieties of homemade fudge, Gelato, ice cream, Italian ice, churros and other delectable sweet treats. The tiny eatery also serves hot dogs, hamburgers and pretzels, for a quick, easy lunch. Top off your lunch with a cool, refreshing (non-alcohol) drink, hot coffee, or a hot chocolate. Outdoor seating is available in a covered patio area. Located at 525 E. Allen St., Fallen Angel is open from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For information, call 520-457-3057.

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We’ve scoured the four corners of the globe to bring together the artifacts and oddities for our displays. The White Raven Trading Company is a kid/family friendly establishment with a little something for everyone. So please, come on out and beat the heat while enjoying a little wacky, a little weird and a little wonderful here in the historic town of Tombstone, Arizona.

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525 E. Allen St. (next to the Bird Cage Theatre) • (520) 457-3057

Arlene’s Silver and Gold 402 E. Allen St., houses an extensive collection of quality Native American jewelry, mostly Navajo and Zuni. For information, call 520-457-3678. All three Arlene’s locations are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week. The stores have been built on repeat customer business by offering quality merchandise and friendly customer service, said owner Adam Klein. For information about the three stores, visit www.arlenesgallery.com.

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Rose Tree Museum Just a few blocks from the OK Corral, there’s a place where Tombstone transitions from g uns to roses. Located at the corner of Fourth and Toughnut streets, the Rose T r e e Mu s eu m i s home to t he world’s largest rosebush, representing a departure from the legendary gunfights, brothels and sa loons t hat def i ne t he tow n’s history. This magnificent bush — a White Lady Banksia Rose — branches more than 9,000 square feet and is supported by a trellised roof and sturdy beams. Its massive trunk is 12 feet in diameter and its branches cover one square block as they sprawl overhead, filling the museum’s courtyard. The building that houses the rose tree was built by the Vizina Mining Company and is one of the first adobe structures built in Tombstone. When the Vizina mine closed, the property was sold and became a small hotel. In the 1930s the tree was listed in Robert Ripley’s Believe it or Not column as the “world’s largest rose tree” after Ripley visited Tombstone. Articles about the tree started appearing in newspapers all over the country. Today, it is listed in the Guinness Book of Records, where the “world’s largest rose tree” claim has never been disputed. The rose tree’s history begins in 1884 when a young bride named Mary Gee came to Tombstone from Scotland with her mining engineer

husband. The couple stayed at the Vizina Mining Company boarding house while they waited for their home to be built. Gee was so homesick for Scotland that her family sent her a box of shrub shoots from home, including cuttings from the Lady Banksia Rose. In 1885, she planted a shoot in the patio of the boarding house where she and her husband had stayed, now the Rose Tree Museum.

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The bush f lourished into a massive tree, which 132 years later, continues to thrive and grow. Its fragrant white blooms fill the museum’s patio for about six weeks of the year, typically starting in April and blooming through Easter. T he t re e h a s b ec ome one of Tombstone’s star attractions, with hundreds of visitors drawn to the museum every year. Located at 118 South Fourth St.,

the Rose Tree Museum is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. during blooming season, which starts late March and extends into early May. When the roses are not in bloom, hours are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, with the exception of Christmas and Thanksgiving. Hours may be subject to change, so call 52 0 - 4 57-3 32 6 to con firm dates and times, or visit www. tombstonerosetree.com.

the town too tough to die We invite you to walk the streets Where these and other legendary men and women of the american west walked throughout the years. Come absorb the experience and history that is unique to

Can be traced on every road, on every wooden boardwalk. There’s nothing dry and merely old about tombstone’s past. It’s alive and active and delightful, the town and the spirit of its activities. With a mild year-round climate, any time is the right time to visit TOMBSTONE!

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Café Margarita The menu at Café Margarita features authentic Mexican dishes along with a splash of Italian and American items. The restaurant boasts the “best margaritas in the west.” Owners Gloria and Steve Goldstein invite visitors to stop by and enjoy a mango or prickly pear margarita, both customer favorites. Start the meal off with an ice cold Mexican beer while indulging in one of the restaurant’s “south of the border” appetizers. Such traditional selections as guacamole, chicken quesadillas and nachos give visitors a true flavor of Mexico. Fresh salsa is made daily. Located at 131 S. Fifth St., the restaurant is open Thursday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Café Margarita is closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. For information, call 520-457-2277 or visit www.cafe-margarita.com.

Superstition Sue’s This gift shop, owned by Eugene and Kathleen Cervantes, carries items that showcase a splash of the Old West, along with along with Native American headdresses and jewelry, household decor and jewelry. Tombstone’s tourists are drawn to the shop’s collection of items with a southwestern appeal. Windchimes, dream catchers, shot glasses, movie posters, an array of unique knick-knacks as well as a selection of postcards. Located at 322 E. Allen St., Superstition Sue’s is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week. For information, call 520-457-2303.

A rlene’s Southw est Trading Co is located at 400 E. Allen St. and features Native American pottery, a selection of kachinas, artifacts, baskets, sand paintings and much more. For information, call 520-457-3678.

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Tombstone Walking Tours creative writer and director. “We work by appointment only, and our tours have been named as the number one activity in Tombstone by TripAdvisor.” Dr. Jay says his goal is for Tombstone’s visitors to have the best possible experience while learning about the town’s “incredible and lush” history. The 90-minute

tours, which he describes as a “gentle stroll through history” touch on how Tombstone got its start, why the town is still here today and what events led up to the gunfight at the OK Corral. “I want people to understand what it is that makes Tombstone, Arizona unique among all of western history,” he said. “Our tours are all about his-

tory, made fun.” Dr. Jay’s unique presentation style, which he calls “edutainment,” skillfully weaves history with humor as he presents a memorable experience for those who join him on a stroll through town, while stepping back in time. For information, call 520 -4579876, or visit www.tombstonewalkingtours.com.

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Dr. Jay Clark, a retired dentist, longtime historian and actor - is approaching his 11th year of conducting historic walking tours through Tombstone. “My passion for history is what compelled me to start the tours in the ‘Town Too Tough to Die,’” said Dr. Jay, whose wife, Linda R. Young, is the business co-owner,

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Spur Western Wear With a full line of contemporary a nd t raditiona l wester n clot hi ng, Spur Western Wear appeals to cowboys, ranchers, farmers, and people who enjoy the western lifestyle. Founded by Gary and Sonja Nerud, the couple opened their first store in Sierra Vista in 1993, followed by the Tombstone location a few years later. Visitors from all over the world step into the Tombstone store where they find a vast selection of period clothing, allowing them to transition into 1880s characters. W hether its lawmen, g u nsli ngers, sa loon gi rls or sophisticated ladies of the Old West, Spur Western Wear has exactly what folks of all ages need to fit in with Tombstone’s historic setting. “We have frock coats, ladies’ 1880s dresses and all the accessories to go with them,” Sonja said. “We have the tall-top shooter boots and ladies 1880s footwear, silk vests for men, leather fringe coats for men and women, holsters, jewelry, belts, just about anything you would need for that western look. Our store caters to the whole family, men, women and children. When you’re in Tombstone, stop by and take a look at what we have to offer.” Located at 414 E. A llen St., Spur Western Wear is open seven days a week. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. For information, call the Tombstone shop at 520-457-9000, or go to the website at www.spurwesternwear.com.

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Lilly’s Tombstone Memories is the premiere gun shop on Allen Street. Along with cowboy-style firearms, the shop features knives, Native American jewelry and other unique and hand-crafted treasurers. “We buy, sell and trade western firearms,” said Lillian Hritz, who co-owns the shop with her husband Bob Hritz. “Items we sell include modern and antique western firearms, the biggest selection of knives in Tombstone and jewelry selections that include Native American, Southwestern, steampunk and handcrafted items from local artists, to name a few of our items,” Lillian said. “We carry home decor, prickly pear and huckleberry candies and other food products.” Known for friendly service and its variety of unique gifts, Lilly’s Tombstone Memories is located at 514 E. Allen St. and is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week, with the exception of Christmas day. For information, call 520-236-4158. Their Facebook page is www. facebook.com/TombstoneMemories.

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M iss K it t y ’s Miss Kitty’s is a women’s dress shop fe at u r i n g 18 8 0 s - st yle at t i r e a nd ac c e s s or ie s, a s wel l a s c ont emp or a r y accessories. “We have Victorian costume jewelry, antique Victorian jewelry, purses and headwea r,” said K it t y Ca l li na n, t he shops owner and operated. “Our visitors love the shop because they can affordably dress in Tombstone style and enjoy the ambiance of the town. I’ve had visitors tell me that my shop is one of Tombstone’s hidden treasures.” Located at 117 S. Fifth St., the shop’s nu mb e r i s 7 14 - 6 0 6 - 4 1 3 3 . For i n for m ation, go to t he Fac ebook page at MissKittysTombstone. Hours are Thursday through Monday from noon to 5 p.m. and by appointment.

Looking for a place in Tombstone? Call Rich Bennett at Realty Executives at (520) 255-9143, or jrb85638@gmail.com. He will take you to see the very affordable homes, businesses and land in the area. His expert advice will help you get the place you want — fast!

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Bird Cage Theatre The Bird Cage Theatre is billed as one of Tombstone’s most authentic attractions and one of the Old West’s most fa mous historic a l landmarks. “Back in Tombstone’s mining heyday, the Bird Cage was a combination of saloon, gambling hall, theater and house of ill-repute,” said Billy Hunley, whose family purchased the Bird Cage in 1934 after the building sat vacated for 45 years. “It’s one of the town’s most authentic buildings because it survived the fires of 1881 and ‘82 that destroyed most of the town’s original buildings.” The Bird Cage celebrated its grand opening on Dec. 26, 1881, and operated continuously, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for eight yea rs. W hen it closed i n 1889, its contents were left u ndistu rbed u nti l it was purchased in 193 4 by the Hunley family. It has been a tourist attraction since, open to the public seven days a week, with the exception of Christmas. “During the eight years the Bird Cage was in operation, there were 16 gunfights, killing 26 people,” said Hunley. There are 140 bullet holes t h roughout t he bui ldi ng, on the walls, ceilings and floors. According to an article that ran in The New York Times in 1882, the Bird Cage Theatre was reported as the “wildest, wickedest night spot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast.” The Bird Cage’s bar was built in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and shipped on the Star of India around South America to the west coast of Mexico, then transported by wagon train to its destination in Tombstone. While visiting the historic building, tourists are told about a .45-caliber bullet hole, the slug still intact, in one of the bar’s posts. Along with the shootings, d r i n k i n g a nd g a mbl i n g , the Bird Cage was known for its prostitution, where

patrons were enter tained in the 14 cribs, or cages, located in two balconies on either side of the theater’s main hall, which held an orchestra pit and stage. Each crib had drapes, drawn for privacy, while the men were entertained. “The longest poker game in history was played at the Bird Cage,” said Hunley. “It went on conti nuously, 2 4 hours a day for eight years, five months and three days. It’s claimed that as much as $10 million changed hands during that marathon game, with 10 percent of the take going to the house.” Today, the Bird Cage Theatre is one of Tombstone’s most-visited tourist attractions. In addition to its intriguing history, there are claims the 135 year-old building is haunted. “The Bird Cage is the most haunted building in America, according to experts who st udy p a r a nor m a l ac t ivity,” said Hunley. “It has appeared on the Travel Channel and the History Channel and on documentaries done by Ghost Hu nters, Ghost Lab and Ghost Adventures, to name just some of the productions that have come through here.” Located at 5 3 5 E. A l len St., the Bird Cage Theatre is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,

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seven days a week, with the exception of Christmas. T here is a night ly family ghost tour at 6:30 p.m. for families with children 12 and over. Nighttime ghost tours for adults only - those 18 and older - are at 8 p.m. It’s best to purchase all ghost tour tickets in advance at the Bird Cage, or by calling 520-457-3421, or the toll free number, 800 - 457-3423. The website is www.tombstonebirdcage.com.

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W hen steppi ng i nto Bronc o T rading Co. for the first time, prepa re to be wowed by the vast selection of both 1880s and contemporary wester n wear. Maure en Jenkin s, who has owned and operat ed the wester n store for nearly 30 years, boasts the largest selection of boots in Southern Arizon a, along with a wide collect ion of hats and jeans. “We deal with people from all over the world when they visit Tombs tone, and they love the clothi ng we carry here,” Jenki ns said. “It’s one of the things I enjoy most about ownin g a shop in Tomb stone. We learn so much about people from all over the count ry and world . We have people from all over who come back every year to see us.” Re-enactors visit the store for its large selection of 1880s wear. “Whil e brows ing throu gh the store, come in and take a look at the latest Wrang ler, Panha ndle Slim and Ruddo ck styles that we carry at very competitive prices ,” Jenki ns said. “We also have a huge select ion of brand name boots, such as Lucchese, Corall , Boulet , Tony Lama, Bocon a, and Chipp ewa.” Locat ed at 410 E. Allen St., Bronc o Tradin g Co. has been a Tombs tone fixture since 1991, Jenkin s said. Hours are 9 : 30 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. For inform ation, call 520-457-9220 , or go to www.broncot radingco.com

Tombstone Bordello This beautifully decorated 1880s-themed bed and breakfast comes with a shady past. Built in 1881, this 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom house was once a brothel owned Big Nose Kate. The house was originally located on a site at the east end of Allen Street, but was moved to its current location in 1923 to make way for Tombstone High School. Tombstone Bordello was restored and updated in 1973 to include modern amenities, while carefully preserving its 1880s charm. Converted to a bed and breakfast several years ago, guest rooms bear such names as the Soiled Dove, Shady Lady and Fallen Angel, serving as reminders of its ill-famed past. Claims the building is haunted add to its intrigue. The bed and breakfast has a pool and spa, offers group vacation packages, and is close to the town’s historic district, shops and restaurants. Located at 107 W. Allen St., for information, call 520-457-2394, or go to www.tombstonebordello.com.

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L ady L ’s Creations — O ld Timey Photography Stepping back in time is part of the allure that draws hundreds of people to Tombstone. Boardwalks, locals clad in 1880s garb, saloons and gunfights contribute to the town’s legendary Western image. When it comes to capturing memories through old-time photography, tourists and locals turn to Lady L’s Creations, a family-owned and operated business located in the heart of Tombstone’s historic district. Visitors young and old enjoy dressing up like outlaws, Wyatt Earp, saloon girls or proper ladies. Even pets get dressed up for photo shoots. The studio has a selection of vintage-style backgrounds to choose from, creating memories with every photo. Business owner Lori Kilpatrick runs the studio with the help of her husband, Dan and son, Cory Kilpatrick. Located at 519 E. Allen St. in Tombstone’s historic district. For information or to make reservations, call 520-457-8164.

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Western E dge of Tomb stone When train enthusiasts wander into Western Edge of Tombstone, they’re immediately intrigued to the selection of new and vintage model trains. Shop owner David Bales has taken his own fascination of trains and their history and created a business that draws praise from train collectors all over the world. “My wife bought me a Lionel model about 25 years ago, and I’ve been hooked since,” Bales said in an inter view about three years ago. As a Bachmann (train) distributor, Bales says he carries the Bachmann line because he likes the detail the company puts in their trains. Along with selling trains, he does repairs and restorations. W hile trains are the shop’s main focus, an assortment of picture frames, night lights, jewel r y, k nives a nd k nicknacks can be pu rchased at Western Edge. “This is a great job because I get to meet fascinating people from all over the world and I ship all over the world,” said Bales. “There are a lot of train fanatics out there.” When he’s not running his shop, Bales doubles as past or o f T omb s t one C owb oy

Church, located on Ninth and Fremont streets. Sunday service is at 9 a.m. Located at 427 E. Allen St., Western Edge of Tombstone is one of several unique shops along the boardwalk in the

town’s historic district. The hours are from 10 : 3 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mond ay through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. For in for mation, cal l 520-457-8587.

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T om b st one Art Gallery Run by volunteers who are members of the Tombstone Association of the Arts LTD, the Tombstone Art Gallery showcases artwork on a monthly rotation basis. Throughout the year, the gallery hosts a number of “featured artists and crafters” through continuous displays in a variety of media and creative styles. The gallery’s craft displays include gourds, quilts, woodworking, sculptures, jewelry and other handmade items. “Our association currently has 49 members from all over Cochise County,” said A.J. Stewart, the gallery’s art director and publicist. “All of our members are creative, highly imaginative people who are wonderful to work with. We have a tremendous amount of talent in Cochise County.” The following list touches on the different shows that run every month, starting in January The show schedule is repeated annually. January - Featured artists and crafters who

sign up to exhibit at the show. February - Annual quilt show. Typically with about 100 handmade quilts. March - Open, judged art show for all Arizona residents. In 2019, the show had artwork from 123 artists from all over the state. April and May - Featured artists and crafters as well as art from Tombstone High School seniors, with about 50 pieces expected on display. June, July and August An open members’ show, where each Tombstone Art Association member can submit up to five pieces. September through December - Featured artists and crafters as well as the association’s members will have work on display. November and December typically features Christmas-themed original arts and crafts. Located at 383 Allen St., the Tombstone Art Gallery is open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. seven days a week, with the exception of Christmas. For information, call 520-457-2380 or visit www. tombstoneartgallery.com

M ario’s B ak ery C af e In 2018, Mario’s Bakery Cafe owners Jeannie Andrada and Daniel Scardaccione opened a new eatery in Tombstone with a heavy Italian influence, while catering to the western atmosphere that defines the town town’ss culture. re. “We e tell people that we’re a ‘simple fare with Itailaina aina flare,’” Jeannie said. “Along with our popular lar giant cinnamon rolls, we have a variety of baked d items like connoles, lemon n bars and paninis, along g with a selection of sandwiches ndwiches that include de Italian subs, meatball parmesan mesan and chicken hicken parmesan mesan subs. And we have ave a nice e selection tion of salads. s. Our cafe iss new to Tombstone bstone and one off the more unique ue restaurants in town.” .” Daniel, niel, who is a master at pastries, stries, spent nearly his entire ntire life in the

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Touted as the “best cowboy bar in the west,” Big Nose Kate’s Saloon features live music, a great menu and never-ending fun. This popular saloon got its start as the luxurious Grand Hotel, which opened in September 1880 with an “invitation only” ball. Many of Tombstone’s notorious figures stayed in the Grand, including Wyatt and Virgil Earp, Doc Holliday and the Clanton gang. The Grand’s history was shortlived, as the hotel did not survive the devastating fire of May 1882 that engulfed the town. With exception of the bar area, which was in the basement of the original hotel, the building which is now home to Big Nose Kate’s Saloon has been rebuilt with a number of changes. The bar was moved from

This is a family-friendly park with a selection of options for RVers and campers. The park provides standard full hookup, backin, and pull-through RV sites, along with campsites for tents. Bed and breakfast cabins that sleep two are available in addition to bed and breakfast rental units that can sleep up to six. Holiday and event reservations require a twoor three-night minimum stay. While owners Sue and Moe Sinsley love pets and welcome them in the RV Park and campsites, they are not allowed in the cabins or rental units. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times and vaccinations must be current. On-site amenities include the following: breakfast diner; showers; Old West theme; cable TV hookup and laundry. Stampede RV Park is conveniently located at 18 W. Allen St., close to a number of local attractions and amenities. For rate packages and information, call toll free: 866409-4778; 520-457-3738, or go to stampederv@gmail.com.

the basement to the main floor of the saloon. Along with the Bird Cage Theatre, it is one the town’s two original long bars to survive two fires that ravaged Tombstone. Servers dressed as old-west saloon girls add to the saloon’s 1880s atmosphere.

Owned by Steve and Gloria Goldstein, Big Nose Kate’s Saloon is located at 417 E. Allen St. in the heart of the town’s historic district. Hours are from 10 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week. For information, call 520-457-3107 or visit the website at www.bignosekate.com.

T h e L ong h orn R est au rant Known as Tombstone’s oldest continually operated restaurant, The Longhorn is located the site that once held such historically significant establishments as the Bucket of Blood Saloon, Holiday Water Co. and the Owl Café and Hotel. That was back in Tombstone’s more turbulent years. Today, the Longhorn is known for its vast menu selection and is

one of the town’s favorite family establishments. Diners are urged to watch for daily chef specials before deciding on an entree. “We have the best barbecue smoked ribs anywhere,” says Gloria Goldstein who owns the restaurant with her husband, Steve. While enjoying the main course, be sure to save plenty of room for a

wide variety of dessert favorites like deep-dish apple cobbler or death by chocolate. The Longhorn is open from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is located at 501 E. Allen St., in the town’s historic district. For information, call 520-457-3405 or go to www.thelonghornrestaurant.com.

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TOMBSTONE EVENTS historically starts on Friday evening at 6 p.m. with the crowning of the Rose Queen and her court under the 9,000 square foot Rose Tree. The public is invited to attend. Other events include a parade on April 13, Art in the Park, High Tea, a Pet Parade, and more. Email: tombstonerosefestival@hotmail.com

Enj oy kids games, food booths, bo softball, and fun for the entire family. Firework Display at dusk put on by the Tombstone Fire Department at Medigovich Field. The daylong list of family activities are at the city park and on Allen Street.

May 25 - 27

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Wyatt Earp Days Honor of one of Tombstone’s most famous lawmen, Wyatt Earp. Scheduled activities include gunfights, chili cook-off, hangings, and an 1880’s fashion show. Y ou can also find Street Entertainment and a Wyatt look-alike contest. Sponsored by the Tombstone Lions. Visit their website at WyattEarpDays.com.

June 28 - 30 April 12 - 14

Rose Tree Festival Celebrate the 134th blooming of “ The World’s Largest Rose Tree” . The ‘ Softer Side of Tombstone’ is celebrated each spring sponsored by the Tombstone Vigilettes, a charitable organization of ladies portraying The Women of Tombstone from 1880 to 1915. The festival

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These two events feature daylong entertainment on Allen Street, a parade on Saturday, raffles, and fun activities for families. For information, contact Bill Pakinkis at 520-4573511.

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The Sixth Annual Showdown in Tombstone has combined with Territorial Days. Activities will include free street entertainment daily, gunfight skits, 1880s costume competition and exhibition, raffles, auction and a non-motorized parade on Sunday. Spectators are welcome to see the world’s best re-enactors bring the Old West to life. While you are enj oying the festivities you can be hung or have someone hung by the Tombstone Vigilantes at the Hanging scaffold. Call for more information: 520-457-3707.

October 17 - 20

Helldorado Days Check out the most rip-roaring celebration in “ the town too tough to die” during Helldorado Days, a Tombstone tradition since 1929. See gunfight reenactments, nonstop street entertainment, fashion shows and other entertainment. For more information visit their

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October 31

Halloween in Tombstone No age limits, no charge. Costumes are not required, but they sure perk up the town. Tombstone has ten haunted destinations, which you can visit as part of the Gunfighter Ghost Tour, every night at dusk. For more info, contact 520255-0474 or info@tombstone-ghost.com.

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annual quilt show at Tombstone Art Gallery, 317 East Allen Street. Beautifully displayed handcrafted quilts fill the gallery with color one month of the year.

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Caroling, twinkle lights, Santa and his sleigh help this rough and ready town celebrate the holidays. The parade starts at 6 p.m. on 6th Street and proceeds down Allen Street to 3rd. Refreshments are served, and locals in period costumes greet visitors and sing carols.

This 11th annual weekend event is hosted by Tombstone Marine Corps League in “The town too tough to die.” die. Entertainers perform in the streets both days to support the USO. Activities also include a USO Canteen Dance and a Parade on Saturday. Email broncobill@powerc.net to get involved.

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Sh ady O u t law L ady ’s C loset A “uniquely different ladies boutique” Shady Lady’s Closet is filled with an amazing selection of clothing for all tastes. Located in Tombstone’s historic district, the boutique features the latest fashions in casual, dressy and business wear, along with a vast collection of accessories at affordable prices. The store’s selection of shawls, scarves, costume jewelry and footwear help create the perfect fashion statement for all occasions. Belts, purses and hats also are available, along with fun household items that make great gifts. Located at 406 E. Allen St., Shady Lady’s Closet is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information, call 520457-2562, or visit www. theshadyladyscloset.com.

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Outlaw T’s Books & More is a family owned and operated business located at 330 E. Allen St. next-door to the OK Corral. Owners Sam and Linda Weber boast the “best T-shirts in town,” designed and printed in Tombstone. “We have T-shirts that are produced by us, as well as hand-embroidered

denim jackets, children’s clothing, T-shirts and sweatshirts,” said Linda Weber, who does the embroidery. “We also carry a wide selection of books about this area and its western history.” The book selection includes stories of the men and women of the southwest and the legends that have kept

Tombstone alive. Children’s books and paper dolls also are available, along with cookbooks filled with southwest recipes. Open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week, Outlaw T’s Books & More can be reached at 520-457-2209. The business also offers an online store at www.outlawts.com.

C ry st al P alac e Saloon In 1879, the Golden Eagle Brewing Company once occupied the site on the corner of Tombstone’s Fifth and Allen streets where the Crystal Palace Saloon now sits. Like many of the historic sites in the “town too tough to die,” stepping into the Crystal Palace is taking a step into the town’s Old West history. Today, the Crystal Palace Saloon has a full bar and offers lunch and dinner seven days a week from its varied menu. Servers are dressed in period clothing, Fridays feature karaoke night, while a live band takes the stage every Saturday evening. Located at 436 E. Allen street, the Crystal Place, the Crystal Palace has been owned and operated by Kimberly Herrig for nearly 20 years. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. seven days a week, while the bar is open from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. For information, call the Crystal Palace at 520-457-3611, or visit the website at www. crystalpalacesaloon.com

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