Listings in Heritage

O.K. Corral

in Guns, Heritage, Historic

World-famous site of the 1881 Gunfight at the O.K. Corral® in Tombstone, AZ. Enjoy daily reenactments of the famous Gunfight at 2 pm, with Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. Life-sized animated figures of the gunfighters are located on the very spot where the Gunfight began. Visit our four museums. See Doc Holliday's room and admire over 100 of C.S. Fly's photos of 1880s Tombstone and the Apache Geronimo.

303 E Fremont St
Tombstone, Arizona 85638
United States

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Castle Dome Mines Museum & Ghost Town

in Museum, Heritage

Castle Dome Museum is a non-profit museum/ghost town dedicated to the preservation and restoration of Castle Dome City. Castle Dome city sits on a location changed little by time allowing people to visit a true time capsule of old west history. Castle Dome City was once bigger than Yuma. Some of the mines had everything left in them and were just like they quit working yesterday , so we were able to restock the town nicely .

Castle Dome Mine Rd
Yuma, Arizona 85365
United States

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Bird Cage Theatre

in Guns, Haunted, Heritage, Historic

The Bird Cage Theatre was a combination of a Saloon, Gambling Hall, House of ill repute, and Theatre. The New York Times wrote that the Bird Cage was the wildest wickedest night spot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast. There were 16 Gun and Knife fights that left over 140 bullet holes through out the building. The Bird Cage hosted the wests longest poker game lasting 8 years 5 months and 3 days.

535 E Allen
Tombstone, Arizona 85638
United States

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Arizona Historical Society Sanguinetti House Museum & Garden

in Heritage, Historic, Museum

In the heart of historic Yuma is the charming 19th-century adobe home of E. F. Sanguinetti (1867-1945). This quaint home is now an Arizona Historical Society museum chronicling Sanguinetti’s life story, as the Merchant Prince of Yuma. Visit the museum and hear stories of how Sanguinetti came to Yuma penniless at just 15. He quickly grew to become a civic-minded businessman whose various enterprises—electricity, ice house, ranching, farming, merchandizing, banking, and real estate

240 S Madison Ave
Yuma, Arizona 85364
United States

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Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

in Archaeological Area, Heritage, Historic

The mystery and complexity of an extended network of pre-historic communities and irrigation canals is highlighted at Casa Grande Ruins. The Casa Grande Ruins was a four story structure made by the people of the Sonoran Desert from 500 to 1400 AD. Coming the this historical monument you learn about the Hohokam tribe and the archeology of the American Southwest. This location is perfect for the young and older generation of explorers.

1100 W Ruins Dr,
Coolidge, Arizona 85128
United States

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Museum of Northern Arizona

in Museum, Museum, Museum, Museum, Heritage

Located in Flagstaff, Arizona, the 200 acre Museum campus includes an exhibit building, research labs, and state of the art collections facilities for more than five million Native American artifacts, natural science specimens, and fine art pieces. The Museum of Northern Arizona is recognized internationally for the quality of its collections, its first-rate exhibitions and festivals, and its renowned Native American Shop.

128 N Cortez St
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
United States

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Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park

in Heritage, Historic, Museum

Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, imagine the once-bustling grounds teeming with military life, preparing to travel to all parts west. The Yuma Quartermaster Depot was used by the U.S. Army to store and distribute supplies for all the military posts in Arizona, and some in Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, and Texas. Five of the original depot buildings remain on the park grounds.

201 N 4th Ave
Yuma, Arizona 85364
United States

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Rex Allen Arizona Cowboy Museum

in Heritage, Historic, Museum

Rex grew up on a homestead 40 miles north of Willcox. Inside the museum, opened in 1989 to honor the famous home-town boy, you’ll see memorabilia from his lifetime success in rodeo, radio, movies and televison. Across the street from the museum is a larger-than-life bronze statue of Rex, created by sculptor Buck McCain. Inside the statue is a molded bronze heart with arteries, symbolizing that Rex’s heart will always be in Willcox. Rex’s horse, KoKo, is buried at the foot of the statue.

150 N Railroad Ave
Willcox, Arizona 85643
United States

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The Longhorn Restaurant

in Historic, Heritage, American

The Longhorn Restaurant is the oldest continually operated restaurant in Tombstone. An historical building, The Longhorn Restaurant is located in what used to be the Bucket of Blood Saloon, the Holiday Water Company, and the Owl Cafe and Hotel. Virgil Earp was shot from the second floor. The Longhorn Restaurant is a family owned and operated business that is based in a steadfast belief that in life success comes from hard work and striving to do your best.

501 E Allen St
Tombstone, Arizona 85638
United States

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