The Wild West is alive and well in Tombstone, Arizona. Although the “Town too Tough to Die” is notorious for its rich history of gunfights and outlaws such as Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday, people still actually live in this place busting with character. Be sure to get the lay of the land on one of the many guided tours, on foot or stagecoach, that explore everything from ghosts to nature to the legends that roamed its streets. Grab drinks and delicious food at one of the friendly saloons, Southwestern restaurants, or steakhouses. Afterward, take an Old Timey photo or shop for souvenirs and gifts at one of the trading companies, stores, and galleries.
Authentic experiences await. If gunfight reenactments sound exciting, head to the O.K. Corral to see the likes of Wyatt Earp and company. For more of that kind of stuff, the Old Tombstone Wild West Theme Park offers entertaining shows featuring the Tombstone Cowboys, as well as trolley tours, mini golf, cold brews at the cantina, and more. Another popular point of interest is The Birdcage Theatre which has been around since 1881 and has been billed by The New York Times as the “Wildest, Wickedest Nightspot.” Wild, indeed, with bullets from shootouts still stuck in the walls. Not to mention, the place is also supposedly haunted. Well, the only way to find out is to check out the place on one of its nightly ghost tours. For an interesting perspective and the chance to go underground, don't miss a tour of the Goodenough Silver Mine.
While January through March seem to be the busiest time for people to travel to Tombstone, the weather tends to be nice year-round. Although it does get hot in the summer, but you just need to slip inside one of the many air-conditioned attractions to beat the Arizona heat.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Tombstone. The warmest months in Tombstone are May and June, when temperatures reach 100 ˚F. The coolest month is December, when temperatures drop to 20 ˚F. The wettest month in Tombstone is February with 5.08 inches of rain, while the driest month is September with 0.05 inches of rain.
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