Cleaning and safety practices
A visit to the former home of outlaws, businessmen & miners
Chance to stand on the sites of historic Old West gunfights
Time to browse the museum at Tombstone Courthouse
Lavish craftsmanship at the mission of San Xavier del Bac
Historic Big Nose Kate's Saloon & Bird Cage Theatre
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Tombstone
Admission to Tombstone Courthouse
Return transport to and from most central Phoenix and Scottsdale hotels
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
Children 23 months and younger are not allowed.
Car seats are required for children 7 and younger, weighing less than 40 pounds (18 kg), or less than 3 feet 9 inches (114 cm) tall.
Car seats for children 2–5 years old are available to rent for an additional fee, which is payable on the day of the activity. You may also bring your own car seat.
At least 5 people are required for this activity to take place.
If you have back, neck, joint, or muscular problems, or must have medical equipment with you at all times, you should carefully consider whether to participate.
You must be able to walk on unpaved or uneven terrain.
Hotel pickup is available from most centrally located Phoenix and Scottsdale hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.
Please be ready and waiting in your hotel lobby 15 minutes prior to your scheduled pick-up time.
What you can expect
Relive the reality and legends of one of the Old West's most famous towns with a day on the streets of Tombstone. The home of the famous OK Corral lets you experience the lives of outlaws, businessmen, miners, and cattlemen who flocked to the area for a chance to strike it rich on the frontier.
A ride straight from your hotel takes you out of the city for your visit to the historic town. While you're in Tombstone, pay a visit to the original gathering spots for outlaws and gunmen, like Big Nose Kate's Saloon and the Bird Cage Theatre, which earned a reputation as the wickedest nightspot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast.
When you step into the museum at the Tombstone Courthouse, learn about the men who were charged with keeping the peace in this rough-and-tumble town. True to the reputation of the Wild West, gunfights and stand-offs were a regular occurrence, and many of their victims are buried at the infamous Boot Hill Cemetery—named for the men who died, and were buried, with their boots still on.
On your way back to your hotel, visit the White Dove of the Desert; one of the Southwest's best-preserved missions at San Xavier del Bac. Founded in 1692, the San Xavier Mission is still in operation and allows guests to marvel at the ornate craftsmanship showcasing both Spanish and Native American influences. Original frescoes and statuary are still on display within the mission for guests to admire as well.
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
- Vehicles and venues kept vacant between travellers
- Contactless ticket redemption
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Temperature checks given to staff
- Temperature checks available
- Masks required
- Masks provided
- Hand sanitiser provided