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Allen Street, Tombstone

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The site of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Allen Street still harbors the spirit of the Old West. During Tombstone's golden days, the street was the city's entertainment and commerce hub. The street's saloons and shops were frequented by prospectors and gunslingers, and the Earp brothers kept an eye on wrongdoers. Today many of the historical attractions are either preserved or reconstructed. You can see reenactments of everyday life and historical events, or take a guided tour and learn about the street's thrilling and sinister past. Visiting the street is free, but an admission fee is required for certain attractions. Arrange to visit Allen Street and other attractions in Tombstone using our Tombstone vacation trip planner.
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  • On new years day, 2017 I visited Tombstone with my elderly parents as a road trip diversion because my sister in Mesa wasn't ready for us yet. It was pouring rain in the desert. This was all around su...  more »
  • HIstory at it's best...but you still have to deal with all the stores that are trying to sell souvenirs and trinkets. But it's all well worth it to see the history of this old town. 
  • Walking down Allen Street gives you the feeling of what it was like in the old west minus the gun fights. The buildings are well kept and original and the towns people, mostly volunteers dress up in t...  more »