THE "BISBEE ADOBE"
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Attractions

Looking for something to do? The Bisbee Adobe is nearby many great attractions, activities, and areas of interest. Many of the attractions & activities are within walking distance.

Activities

Downtown Bisbee
Authentic, historic buildings housing art stores, restaurants, Killer Bee honey, The Corner Quilt Store, Bisbee Olive Oil,
antiques, etc.  Often called quirky, eclectic.

Bisbee Stair Climb
www.longrealtybisbee.com/html/bisbee.html
1,034 concrete steps

Brewery Gulch
At the turn of the century when  Bisbee housed 20,000 inhabitants Brewery Gulch was brimming with saloons, gambling establishments and brothels.  It even had its own Stock Market Exchange-the original chalkboard is still housed at the Brewery Bar.  St. Elmos Bar, supposedly oldest, continuously operated bar west of the Mississippi, has a laid back attitude, hosting live bands or karaoke most weekends.

Copper Queen Mine Tour
www.queenminetour.com
online reservations
toll free # 1-866-432-2071
fax # 520-432-5191
Take mining cart deep into the mountain hillside.  Tours are
9 am, 10:30 am, noon, 2 pm and 3:30 pm

Lavender Jeep Tours
520-432-5369
Tours originate in the big parking lot downtown, across from the Bisbee Museum.

Old Bisbee Ghost Tours
520-432-3308
www.OldBisbeeGhostTour.com
Walking tours through Bisbee's streets, stairways and old alleys after dark.
Private tours available
approximately 1 1/2 hrs. long
Dogs free!

Turquoise Valley Golf
520-432-3091
www.turquoisevalley.com/
1794 W. Newell Street
Naco, Arizona
Arizona's oldest continuously operated golf course

Places of Interest

Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum
www.bisbeeMuseum.org
Now part of the Smithsonian Institutions Affiliations Program

Chiricahua National Monument-Wonderland of Rocks
www.nps.gov/chir/
Hwy. 181, Wilcox, Az
approximately 1 1/2  hr. drive to monument from Bisbee
an 8 mile scenic drive, 18 miles of day use hiking trails
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas
open 8 am-4:30 pm daily
camping available

Coronado National Monument
www.nps.gov/coro/
hiking, picnicking, birding, spelunking
Take Hwy. 92 west to S. Coronado Memorial Dr.  Follow 5 miles to visitor center
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day
open daily 8 am-4 pm
No entrance fees

Fort Huachuca Museum
Sierra Vista, AZ
www.army.mil/HISTORY/museum.htm
30 minute drive from Bisbee
Hwy. 92 runs into main entrance
no entrance fees
Monday-Friday 9 am-4 pm
Saturday and Sunday 1 pm-4 pm

Gadsden Hotel, Douglas
www.hotelgadsden.com
30 minutes from Bisbee
1907 hotel with colorful past and stunning architecture

Kartchner Caverns State Park
reservations call 520-586-2283
information call 520-586-4100
www.azstateparks.com/Parks/KACA/index.html
45 minutes from Bisbee on Hwy. 90, in Benson
Stunning limestone caves discovered in 1974

Lavender Pit
Open pit copper mine currently owned by Freeport McMoan Corp.  A huge open pit 914.4 meters long, 457.2 meters wide and 750 feet deep.  It produced 75 million tons of ore from 1954-1970.  Located along Hwy. 80 just outside downtown Bisbee.

Muheim Museum Heritage House
520-42-7698
207 Youngblood Hill, Bisbee
built in 1898
Closed Wednesdays
open daily 10 am - 4 pm

Mexico border towns
Naco approximately 9 miles from Bisbee borders Naco, AZ
Agua Prieta borders Douglas, AZ approximately 30 minutes away
passports required


Ramsey Canyon Nature Conservancy
Sierra Vista, AZ
www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/arizona/preserves/
approximately 30 minutes from Bisbee
known for its scenic beauty and the diversity of its plant and animal life
hiking trails, running stream, deer, wild turkey, butterflies, birds, gift shop

Skeleton Canyon-currently closed
Desolate spot where Geronimo surrendered to General Nelson Myles in 1886
30 miles NE of Douglas, Hwy 80

Slaughter Ranch-formerly San Bernardino National Historic Landmark
slaughterranch.com
17 miles east of Douglas
Glimpse into the life of a turn of the century cattle baron

Shady Dell Trailer Park and Dots Diner
www.theshadydell.com
520-432-3567
1 Douglas Road, Bisbee
Park has 9 fully restored vintage aluminum travel trailers.

Tombstone/OK Corral
Chamber of Commerce 888-457-3929
www.cityoftombstone.com/
tombstone.com/25 minutes from Bisbee
"The Town too Tough to Die", home to the famous OK corral gunfight of October 26, 1881 with reenactments daily
The well preserved, historic town of 1880s buildings is known in part  for its' "days of lawlessness and violence"

Restaurants

Bisbee Breakfast Club
520-432-5885
75A Erie St.
www.bisbeebreakfastclub.com/
Open daily 7-3pm

Bisbee Coffee Company
520-432-7879
www.bisbeecoffee.com/
speciality coffees and  teas, soup, sandwiches, pastries, cakes, ice cream and fudge

High Desert Market
520-432-6775
203 Tombstone, Bisbee
great muffins, scones, burritos, salads, sandwiches,coffee bar, smoothies

The Table
520-432-6788
2 Queen Plaza, Bisbee
casual dining, great grilled foods, seafood, pasta, etc.

Cafe Cornucopia   
14 Main St. 
Bisbee
520-432-4820
fresh homemade luncheons
soups, sandwiches, desserts,quiches     AWESOME    

Cafe Roka
35 Main St.
Bisbee
fresh, modern, American food
Reservations
                                                                                                                                                       

High Desert Market and Cafe
520-432-6775
www.highdesertmarket.net/
203 Tombstone Canyon, Bisbee
freshly made soups, salads, breakfast burritos, wraps, desserts, wine and beer
gourmet groceries, gifts, daily specials, smoothies, juices and expresso

Rosa's Little Italy
520-432-1331
7 Bisbee Road, Bisbee
reservations required
candlelight, fine dining. fresh meat only. best Italian food ever.
Thursday-Sunday 5-9 pm
Bring your own beer or wine. no corkage fee

Santiago's Mexican Restaurant
520-432-1910
1 Howell Avenue, entrance to Brewery Gulch
fine dining, Sonoran style cuisine

555 Grill
520-432-9099
202 Tombstone Canyon
Bisbee
fine dining
lunches closed on Sundays
Dinners closed Mondays


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