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Tombstone Travel Guide  

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Tombstone can be referred to as a city located in ‘Cochise County, Arizona, US’. It was founded in the year 1879 by ‘Ed Schieffelin’ in ‘Arizona Territory’. In the year 1900, Tombstone was bound to become a ‘ghost town’ following decline of ‘silver mining’. However, it was saved from becoming so; thanks to attainment of status as Cochise County seat.

Even this county seat got shifted to Bisbee by ‘popular vote’. This happened in the year 1929. However, the typical ‘Cochise County Courthouse’, along with adjacent ‘gallows yard’ have been preserved in the form of a museum. The area on the whole as per US Census Bureau is 11.1 sq. Km. Summer would prove to be the best season to visit this place. The temperature in summer goes up to 34 degree Celsius. Annual precipitation comes out to be 13.9 inches. The population as per 2006 census was 1569. This place is known for many of its interesting historical facts.

Area code:
0520
Time zone:
UTC+-7
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Reviews Tombstone

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Pioneer Home MuseumThis museum can be referred to as an original ‘Board and batten House’ belonging to ‘Garland Mining family’. It remains open from 9:00 to 17:00; but by appointment. Donations are always welcome. The Pioneer Home has been listed... more on national register of Historic Places. It stands as one of the memorials to early pioneers (of mining). Nellie and Ed have invited all to pay a visit to this place.Rose Tree Inn MuseumThis museum has been named after ‘Lady Banksia Tree’ which has been thriving here since being sent in the year 1885 from Scotland. The confirmation of the world’s biggest rosebush being situated over here has been confirmed by Guinness Book of World records. Almost 8600 sq.feet have been covered by this museum. The appearance is just amazing. An entirely different thing would be gotten to see. Visitors would have a great time with Rose Tree Inn Museum.
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