Bisbee Attractions
 

 

 

BISBEE ROYALE

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

New at the Old Bisbee Ghost Tour!

 

Join the monthly Ghost Hunt of Old Bisbee where guests are taken into

haunted locations around town to figure out who is haunting these buildings

and why!  Guests will be trained to use equipment, including EMF Detectors,

K2 Meters, IR Cameras, Digital Voice Recorders plus much more!  After

the investigation, data will be downloaded and sent on a DVD to each participant.

  Then, you can analyze it for paranormal activity!  All guests will have access to

a private blog that will allow them to share any paranormal data they collected

on their own equipment or data found while analyzing the DVD’s.

This special Ghost Hunt includes a training session, use of equipment,

investigations of haunted locations around town, access to the private

blog and a potential evidence DVD.

The schedule is as follows:

 

2012

Saturday August 11th

Saturday September 22nd

Friday October 19th

Saturday November 3rd

Saturday December 1st

2013

Saturday January 26th

Saturday February 23rd

Friday March 15th

Saturday April 20th

Saturday May 18th

Saturday June 22nd

Friday July 5th

Saturday August 17th

The cost is $40 per person and limited to 10 guests. Begins at 6:30pm

and lasts approximately 4 hours.   No child under the age of 12 is permitted

unless it is a private ghost hunt.  Private Ghost Hunts of Old Bisbee may be

scheduled in advance by calling 520-432-3308 or visit www.OldBisbeeGhostTour.com.

 

 

APACHE SPIRIT RANCH

Guided Horseback Riding Tours

"Enjoy the breathtaking landscape of original Apache Lands".  Located 2 miles northwest of Tombstone. 

1 hour - $39 per person plus tax
1.5 hours - $55 per person plus tax
2 hours - $69 per person plus tax
4 hours incl. box lunch - $150 per person plus tax.  

Day Rides on request and availability, min. 3 persons

Apache Spirit Ranch

895 W. Monument Rd.

Tombstone, AZ

Phone:  520-335-7795

Website: www.apachespiritranch.com

 

NEW IN BISBEE !!!!!!!!!!!!

BISBEE BICYCLE COMPANY

Bicycle Sales, Rental and Service of Electric Pedal Assist

Wednesday - Sunday

9 AM - 5 PM

63 B Brewery Avenue in Historic Brewery Gulch

520-366-2105

www.bisbeebicycle.com

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Warren BallparkWARREN BALLPARK

Corner of Arizona St. and Ruppe Rd. in the Warren District  
Bisbee, AZ 85603.

Pacific Southwest Baseball League Where more information   about the Copper Kings can be found.
Email:  bisbeecopperkings@cableone.net

Website:  www.bisbeecopperkings.com

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BISBEE 1000, THE GREAT STAIR CLIMBBISBEE 1000, THE GREAT STAIR CLIMB
Save Our Stairs - The Great Stair Climb" is Saturday morning 3rd Weekend in October.

Whether you're walking, running or here for the excitement, you'll have a great time at this weekend-long event! Live Music plays during the race, on the course and in the Marketplace.  The Made in Bisbee Marketplace features 50 Local Artisans displaying and selling their work.  Food, refreshments and beer will also be available.  Our rigorous Ice Man Competition, where runners race carrying blocks of ice just like the iceman did years ago, is Saturday and the Turquoise Valley Golf Tournament is Sunday.

For an Any Time Challenge try hiking our thousand stairs.  They'll take you to some of the most beautiful spots in Old Bisbee.  Map available at the Visitors Center.   www.bisbee1000.org.

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THE BISBEE BUS

Have you seen the Bisbee Bus? The Bus is out there!  Somewhere the Bisbee Bus is traversing our nation's highways.   You can follow the Bus back to Bisbee. 

For more information go to:  BisbeeBus.com

 

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Copper Queen LibraryCOPPER QUEEN LIBRARY

One of Arizona's oldest libraries that began in a corner grocery store, it has become a prominent and accessible institution. Friends of the Copper Queen Library is an association that sponsors educational and volunteer programs in connection with and support of the Library. Open Monday 12 noon to 7 p.m., Tuesday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

6 Main Street
PO Box 1857
Bisbee, AZ 85603
Phone: 520-432-4232

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TURQUOISE VALLEY GOLF & RV PARKTURQUOISE VALLEY GOLF & RV PARK

Arizona's oldest continuously-operated golf course. Arizona's only Par 6: the longest golf hole west of the Mississippi...the 747-yard "Rattler." The only Cochise County course named in Bill Huffman's "Arizona's Greatest Gold Courses." Great restaurant, pleasant atmosphere, and friendly staff. All at affordable prices.

1794 W. Newell St.
Naco, AZ 85620
Phone: 520- 432-3091
Fax: 520-423-7233

Email: golfer@turquoisevalley.com

Website: www.turquoisevalley.com

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THE BISBEE WELLNESS INITIATIVE

Complimentary and Alternative Therapies Clinic

St. John's Episcopal Church

Old Bisbee

One Saturday per month, 10 -2

Click here for more information

Website:  www.bisbeewellness.org

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SHAMANIC READINGS & HEALING

Spiritually channeled Shamanic Healing, Counseling and Intuitive Readings for emotional, mental, physical support.  Confused, unsure?  Shamanic guidance will help you on your path to change and well being.

Phone: 520-445-4800

Website: www.ShamanicRelease.com

WARM HANDS THERAPEUTICS MASSAGE

Craniosacral Therapy, Relaxation & Treatment Massage, LaStone (Hot Stone Massage), and Lomi Lomi (Hawaiian Style Massage).

Hours:  Thurs - Mon 11 am - 8pm

27 Subway St.

Historic Bisbee

Phone:  520-255-1519

Website:  www.warmhandsonline.com

Email:  nicknight@cableone.net

"If it's starting to stick, it's time to call Nick"

 

BISBEE MUSEUMS

 

BISBEE MINI MUSEUM OF THE BIZARRE

In the late 1800's many wealthy people in Europe started collecting odd and eccentric items from around the world. Most placed these oddities in cabinets later referred to as cabinets of curiosities. Eventually people started showcasing their oddities in traveling road shows. In the United States people started opening up their 'dime museums' in the back of their small town storefronts to entice the public to view their strange and unusual collections. 

Located at 7 Howell Avenue, next to the Copper Queen Hotel,the Bisbee Mini Museum of the Bizarre showcases Renee Gardner’s collection of strange, unusual, and odd objects from around the world. Items in the collection include a mummified fairy, two-headed squirrel,  glass eye,  death mask of John Dillinger and atomic dime to name a few.

Open 11am – 5pm Thursday through Monday

Admission price $3.00 per person 

  

7 Howell Avenue (next to the Copper Queen Hotel)

Bisbee, AZ 85603

Phone:  520-432-3308

Website:   www.bizarrebisbee.com 

 

 

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BISBEE MINING & HISTORICAL MUSEUMBISBEE MINING & HISTORICAL MUSEUM

With a history deserving of National Landmark status, it's only fitting that Bisbee's past be captured and reflected in a museum like no other. Which is exactly why the Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum recently joined forces with the Smithsonian's Affiliation Program. Once known as The Queen of the Copper Camps, Bisbee is nestled among the Mule Mountains, work renowned for its diverse minerals and wealth of copper. Although its mines closed in the 70s, the small town's legacy has long been preserved not only in its architecture and mining landscape, but in a museum that has welcomed, educated and entertained more than a half-million visitors ever since. Featured among its exhibits is "Bisbee: Urban Outpost on the Frontier," an in-depth look at the depths - and heights - to which miners and settlers went to carve a communtiy and a living out of rock.

No. 5 Copper Queen Plaza
PO Box 14
Bisbee, AZ 85603
Phone: 520-432-7071
Fax: 520-432-7800

Email: info@bisbeemuseum.org

Website: www.bisbeemuseum.org

 

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BISBEE RESTORATION MUSEUM
Operated by the Bisbee Restoration Association this free museum is housed in the Fair Store building located on Bisbee's historic Main Street. The museum contains numerous items connected with the community's early history of mining and ranching. A gift shop is located on the main floor.

37 Main Street
PO Box 271
Bisbee, AZ 85603

 

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MUHEIM MUSEUM HERITAGE HOUSE


This registered National Historic site was built by Joseph and Carmelita Muheim beginning in 1898 and completed in 1915. The home is an example of late 19th century architecture and has been restored to its earlier elegance. Visitors can enjoy a guided tour throughout the interior with its period furnishings. A lovely pioneer home it commands a magnificent panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and hillside homes on Brewery Gulch.  Walk up OK St. to Youngblood Hill and return by Brewery Avenue. Automobiles are discouraged.

Open 10 AM - 2 PM, 7 days per week.  Docents available to answer your questions.  Donations accepted.

207 Youngblood Hill
PO Box 14
Bisbee, AZ 85603

Phone: 520-432-7071

 

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BISBEE SPECIALTY SCHOOLS

 

THE BISBEE COOKING SCHOOLTHE BISBEE COOKING SCHOOL

The Bisbee Cooking School was created by a professional chef who loves to teach.  The school is for anyone who is interested in food and wine.  Most classes require no previous cooking experience.  We teach the basic techniques needed. Classes are held in a fully equipped home style kitchen preparing dishes that you can make yourself. 

Bisbee, AZ 85603
Phone: 520 432-3203

Email: bisbeecookingschool@yahoo.com

Website:  www.bisbeecookingschool.com

 

 

COMMUNITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF BISBEECOMMUNITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF BISBEE

A Private, Non-Profit Preschool opening soon! Providing quality education for 3-6 year olds in the Bisbee area.

Monday-Thursday, 8:30-12:00.

Phone: 520 432 6633

Email:  bisbeemontessori@gmail.com

Website: www.bisbeemontessori.com

 

 

SOUTHERN INSTITUTE FOR CULTURE & ART
Art & Educational learning with; Art Museum, Library, special events annually, seminars, workshops and on-goi