Fun self guided tour through the old courthouse, plenty of old west displays including gallows with nooses .
About Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park
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If you are a history buff, this is the place for you! We enjoyed seeing the clothing, the tools of the time, all the photos, and reading about the development of Tombstone from desert to what it was to what it is now.
The courthouse has a lot of historical things that were relevant to the times. There is an interesting section about the Earps with a lot of details that are not usually known. It is worth the time to see the memorabilia of this era in...More
Visiting Tombstone on a day trip as my wife & I were in Tucson for a week this past November, we didn't set out with the specific intention of visiting the Tombstone Courthouse. I mean, I didn't understand that was... a thing to do. But,...More
We stopped here first, to learn some “real” history about Tombstone, before moving on to the more touristy attractions. Employees friendly and knowledgeable, great exhibits. For some reason my kids were obsessed with the barbed wire exhibit...who knew there were so many kinds?! I suggest...More
This Cochise County 2-story Victorian courthouse, constructed in 1882, is a beautiful example of territorial architecture and is nicely restored and well maintained as a museum to the present day. I enjoyed viewing the courtroom on the second floor and the reconstructed gallows outside the...More
$7 per person to get in the door. Expected to see lots of items but was very disappointed. Not a lot to see in side. A few old things scattered about with no real rhyme or reason. I would recommending to skip this place.
We enjoyed the Courthouse with all its history, and spent a couple of hours here. The docents were friendly. We were able to take pictures here.