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Travel back in time to the Wild West in the “Town Too Tough To Die,” Tombstone, Arizona. Walk the streets once occupied by Wyatt Earp, his brothers and Doc Holiday. Tombstone is the most authentic western town left in the U.S.
Pay a visit to Big Nose Kate’s Saloon, a gathering spot for outlaws and gunmen. The Bird Cage Theatre earned a reputation as the wickedest nightspot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast. Resident ghosts are said to haunt the bullet riddled Theatre.
See the OK Corral, site of the famous 1881 gunfight. The OK Corral Theater Company gives a reenactment of the gunfight.
Gunfights were a regular occurence in Tombstone. Visit Boot Hill Cemetery. Many of those on the losing end of gunfights were buried just as they died, with their boots on.
You’ll also stop at Mission San Xavier del Bac. It was founded in 1692 and is considered one of the Southwest’s best preserved missions.
This is a private tour for groups up to five people. Book this through Viator and you can save $60 on the tour.