~ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TOMBSTONE ~
Here is a collection of Frequently Asked Questions about Tombstone, Arizona
A. No, we here at www.tombstoneweb.com are not publically funded and do not have the means with which to print and mail out brochures. We do, however, strive to keep an up-to-date and informative site with which to enable you to plan your Tombstone adventure from there. If, however, you should need information that is not included in the FAQ page, please feel free to email Janice with your questions. firstname.lastname@example.org or use our handy contact form.
A. The attractions, shops and restaurants in Tombstone are, for the most part, open 7 days a week. Please keep in mind that each place is individually owned and they do set their own hours and days of operation.
A. Tombstone is a living town, not a theme park. There are no opening and closing hours for the town, but you will find that most of the attractions and shops will open between 9 and 10 in the morning and close between 5 an 6 in the evening. The Saloons, Restaurants and Paranormal activities do stay open later.
A. There is no admission fee to enter Tombstone. There are, however, fees associated with the various attractions in town.
A. We do not list ticket prices on our website as they are subject to change without notifying us, but they do range from $5.00 per person to $15.00 per person, depending upon the individual attraction.
A. No, unfortunately there is not a package ticket for everything to do in Tombstone.
A. New Year's Day: Some places will be closed
MLK Day: Open
President's Day: Open -Vigilante Days Event Weekend
Easter Sunday: Some places will be closed
Mother's Day: Open
Memorial Day: Open - Wyatt Earp Days Event Weekend
Father's Day: Open
4th of July: Open – Old Fashioned 4th of July fun
Labor Day: Open – Showdown in Tombstone Event Weekend
Columbus Day: Open
Veterans Day: Open
Thanksgiving Day: Closed
A. Any day of the week is a great day to visit. Generally there will be more visitors on the weekends and event weekends, but every day of the week there is something to see and do in town.
A. Depending upon your interests in old west history I recommend at least a full day of fun and adventure in Tombstone. It is also fun to spend a night or two in one of Tombstone’s fine lodging facilities! You can then explore the rest of Cochise County’s natural wonders, ghost towns, military and Native American history and migratory birding adventures that surround the Tombstone area!
A. Tombstone is a very dog friendly town. Many merchants will supply water dishes outside of their establishments for the four-legged family members. But it is best to check individually with each place as to whether or not your pooch is welcome inside.
A. Tombstone is approximately 180 miles from the Phoenix area. You should count on about 3 hours driving before arriving in Tombstone. Tucson is approximately 70 miles from Tombstone. Plan on about an hour and a half to arrive in Tombstone.
A. Arizona is an open carry state and it is legal to carry firearms in Tombstone, replica or not.
A. Tombstone is located at an elevation of approximately 4800 ft. Our seasons do change and with them, changes in our climate. Winter is delightful and offers both the warmth of the sunshine along with a few occasional days of light snow. But for the most part it is a great time to visit. Spring is also wonderful; for with the arrival of spring brings the arrival of the fragrant blossoms that bloom on The World's Largest Rose Tree. The weather is usually quite pleasant and not too hot or cold. Summer brings with it the heat of June with our temperatures sometimes rising to around 100 degrees - but it's a "dry heat". July through September are usually our wet months with the monsoon rains coming in mainly in the late afternoons. With the monsoon rains comes cooler temperatures and, of course, the humidity. This is the time of year to be aware of the many washes that you cross in our area and be cautious when crossing them. The signs, "Do Not Cross When Flooded" are there for a reason. From October to December the average daily temperatures drop and the evenings become cooler. Each season offers its own rewards - why not visit many times?!
A. Yes, many of the places do offer senior and or military discounts. Inquire at each place as you purchase your ticket.
A. No, not at the current time.
A. Absolutely! Tombstone is rich with atmosphere of the old west any day of the week, event or not!
A. The nearest train depot to Tombstone is in Benson, 23 miles northwest of Tombstone. There is not a "depot" per se there, just a drop off and pick up point, no facilities.
A. Tucson International Airport is the closest national airport to Tombstone. There is, however, a small plane airport just about 4 miles east of Tombstone on Highway 80. There are no facilities there. More information about this airport can be obtained through www.CityofTombstone.com.
A. Yes, there are several companies that offer Airport Transportation.
Airport transportation is available with 3 Canyons Transit and Arizona Sunshine Tours. Visit their website at arizonasunshinetours.com to schedule your pickup. Also available is transportation by Shuttle Tucson Connection. Visit their website at shuttletucsonconnection.com.
A. No, Tombstone is NOT closing. Remember, this is "The Town Too Tough To Die"!