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O.K. Corral, Tombstone

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Where to stay in Tombstone

Tombstone may bill itself as the "Town Too Tough to Die," but there's nothing too tough about its accommodations. This frontier town offers a good selection of affordable inns and small motels providing every comfort of home in or near the historic central district. Most of the town's bed and breakfasts provide cable TV, free Wi-Fi, and access to a private swimming pool. For a more rustic "Wild West" experience, pitch a tent at one of Tombstone's campgrounds.
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  • We really enjoyed the gunfight that reenacted the famous one. The museum pieces and movie are good, too.  more »
  • First trip to Tombstone and had to see the shootout at the OK Corral! A little bit corny, but fun presentation of the historic gunfight in Tombstone, AZ. The best part is the actual ground on which th...  more »
  • My wife and I spent a few hours in Tombstone last month visiting the historic district and taking in the reenactment of the gun fight at the OK Corral. It was fun going in the stores and seeing the we...  more »
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  • Cool historical experience. Great actors. My family made great memories. Thank you for giving us this time together. My son will never forget it.
  • Gun fight was surprisingly short and a little hard to follow if you don't know a lot about tombstone. The projector movie is so outdated and dry, I couldn't wait for it to be over. It's 2017, let's do away with the old creaky animatronics please... There's a lot of shops that sell the same things but I did find a couple cool buys. It's a very touristy town, the birdcage theater is really the only authentic building left. Big nose Kate's saloon had a nice atmosphere. Skip the burgers, they taste like frozen cafeteria patties, however the brisket was AMAZING, flavorful and tender. All in all I wouldn't recommend driving a long way to see this place unless you're really into the history of Arizona. Pretty much everything costs money, even if it's just to look in old buildings. Food and souvenirs are good.
  • I expected this to be super cheesy but was pleasantly surprised. The show was funny and entertaining and the OK Corral was cool to see. The tickets are only $10 and include admission to the Historama which was also interesting and worth a visit.
  • Tombstone truly is the city too tough to die - and participating in the life here is wonderful. Nothing's changed here since the Shootout at the OK Corral, and yet there is always so much going on here - especially during the winter tourist season. I recommend dressing the part and actively engaged with all the wonderful people here. Great tours and reenactments daily.
  • What a historic place! Its like blast from the past. A well preserves site... must see place.. The show was really entertaining and somehow educational, it depicts what happens to Wyatt Earp's Group and that of Billy's one should not missed the gunfight show. its a living Museum . its a well preserved full of history city. the City Hall to the REstaurants.. they even have a shop where you will get to try to shoot with real colt .45 revolver. They also have carriage strolling around for a fee of course..