This 1882 Tombstone Courthouse housed the sheriff's and other Cochise County government offices. In the back was the jail, alongside a gallows.
An old cart from the 1800's.
Public transportation is ready for you in Tombstone.
As you can clearly see, the traffic as well as the hussle and bussle of downtown Tombstone, are managed in a peaceful and orderly fashion.
Old Tombstone as it exists today.
This was an 1881 brothel, saloon, and gambling house. Bullet holes still exist in the walls.
This is a view of the entrance lobby within the Bird Cage Theatre.
This is the location of the legendary 30-second gun fight that took place on October 26, 1881 between Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, his brothers Morgan and Vigil, the McLaury's and the Clantons.
Monitoring traffic in Tombstone...with pistol ready.
A greeting sign outside of a downtown eatery...See how friendly this town really is?
This is the 19'th century Boot Hill Graveyard where several of the O.K. Corral cowboys were laid to rest. It's registered as a national landmark.
Poor George Johnson...how sad is that?
These are some of the guys that were killed by Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday at the O.K. Corral.
For more than 75 years, Tombstone has hosted the "Helldorado Days" celebration which includes Old West storytelling and a beard and mustache contest.