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O.K. Corral, Tombstone

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  • Contains site of the famous Earp/Clanton shootout, with some bizarre figures placed in spot of actual fight, which was actually next to Fly's Photo Studio, behind the corral. Look into the small white...  more »
  • Too much movie not enough fact is how I would describe my knowledge before I watched the reinactment of this famous 'shot-out! In truth I don't know what I was expecting but I was surprised at how ent...  more »
  • Actors did a wonderful job engaging the crowd. Leaned more about the true story vs. what Hollywood wanted to feed the world. Visiting the site and all that was there to see was quite interesting. 
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  • A fun place to go for kids with a bit of history to boot. Lots of cool exhibits pepper the grounds (period buggies, saddles, photos, etc). The live show they offer is fun, but not amazing. Kind of par for the course with the rest of tombstone. But still, it's one of the best places to visit if you're already there- so it's kind of an easy recommendation.
  • This is of course a "must visit" for any first-timer to Tombstone. You do have to buy tickets, but the signage is pretty good as to where. We went for the "high noon" shoot-out and I have to say it is much less cheesy than I would have imagined or remembered it (the last time I saw the show I was a pre-teen). It was also very interactive and was a bit comedic, which was a nice touch. You can talk to and take pictures with the actors afterwards as well as in front of the "town" sets. Definitely, worth seeing at least once.
  • Went for the gun show. It was pretty good to get to look are. Good wild west history plaques. Just a few sites. Do not expect a full blown museum.
  • Really cool place with great exhibits on wild west history. The Historama show gives a great history of the town of Tombstone. Plus great activities for kids like lassoing and panning for gold and gems. But by far the best part is the gunfight reenactment. It's both funny and exciting, you feel like you're smack dab in the middle of the Old West!!
  • The actors for the gun fight are hilarious and great at what they do. It's definitely worth taking some time from your visit for. We've gone twice in the past few months, and each time it was wonderful.