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Tombstone events

Daily re-enactments and stagecoach rides

Street entertainment, re-enactment

April 2012
Tombstone Old West Founders Days Featuring the Rose Tree Festival

See the 127th blooming of the world's largest rose tree and enjoy the many historic sights of Tombstone. The Rose Parade will be held along Allen Street. Daily events include mariachi music and historic costume fashion show.

May 2012
Memorial Day weekend

Wyatt Earp Days
Relive the 1880s with costumed entertainers, a cook-off, and stagecoach rides. For more information: Tombstone Chamber of Commerce, (888) 457-3291.

June 2012
Tombstone Gem and Mineral Show

October 2012
Helldorado days

The annual Helldorado Days, a celebration of Tombstone’s historic past, will be held mid-October. The Helldorado Days festival is held annually on the third weekend of October.

Tombstone Covered Wagon and Stagecoach tours
The stagecoach has been richly re-upholstered in keeping with its original style. If you have a small child or grandchild you won't get out of town without taking this ride---every time. We tend to alternate between the stagecoach and the covered wagon. The covered wagon ride seats a slightly larger group and actually allows you to see more although it lacks the lavish accoutrements of the Stage. Adults: $10, Children $5, (four and under, free).

Tombstone Stagecoach Ride

Old Tombstone Historical Tours: (520) 457-3018. Normal admission Adults $10.00, Children $5.00.

Re-enactment groups
Charges are subject to change. Please call ahead to ensure this information is current.

Boothill Gunslingers: (520) 457-3456. Group tours must be booked in advance. Perform daily at 2 pm at the OK Corral. Normal admission: $4.50.

Six-Gun City: (520) 457-3827. All group tours need to call ahead. Special show times can be arranged. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Normal admission: Adults $4.00, Children Free Groups of l0 or more children under 12 years of age, with chaperone, $1.00 per person. Groups of 10 or more adults, $3.00 per person.

Tombstone Cowboys: (520) 457-9153. All groups need to call ahead. Discounts are available. Show times are M-F at 12:00 noon & 3:00 pm Weekend show times are 11:30 am, 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm Special performances can be arranged. Normal admission: Children 7-13 $1.00, Adults $4.00, Seniors $3.00

Tombstone Vigilantes: Bill Hurll, (520) 803-0846. Show times are 1 pm on the second, fourth and fifth Sundays of the month at the Helldorado Amphitheater. Donation accepted.

The Wild Bunch: Bill Traywick, (520) 457-9309. Group tours must be booked in advance. Performances on the first and third Sundays at the OK Corral.

More Tombstone Museums and Attractions

For information on Tombstone Special Events visit or call the Tombstone Chamber of Commerce and Tourist Information Center, corner of Allen and 4th Streets, (520) 457-9317 or (888) 457-3929. Information is subject to change. Call to confirm before planning to attend events.

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