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Kartchner Caverns State Park

  • Park
  • 520-586-2283
Tour living caverns and explore the park's Discovery Center, including exhibits of scientific information on why these internationally acclaimed caverns exist.
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Amerind Museum

  • 2100 N. Amerind Road Dragoon
  • Museum
  • $7-$10
  • 520-586-3666
The Amerind Foundation Museum is a private, nonprofit anthropological and archaeological research center for Native American cultures.
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Ash & Miller Canyons

  • Landmark
Whether you are a novice or expert, bird watching at Ash and Miller Canyons is enlightening. The public bird feeding stations are located high in the forested Huachuca Mountain canyons. The diversity of birds that stop here can be quite extensive. Rare bird sightings in these canyons, like the Plain-capped Star Throat, the Flame-colored Tanager and the Slatethroated Red Start, have gained national attention.
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Benson Museum (San Pedro Valley Arts & Historical Society)

  • 180 S. San Pedro Benson
  • Museum
  • 520-586-3070
Benson was founded in 1880 as a railroad town. Museum includes a nice variety of items and artifacts. Also, visit Kartchner Caverns State Park for guided cave tours and exhibits. Call for hours.
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Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum

  • No. 5 Copper Queen Plaza Bisbee
  • Museum
  • 520-432-7071
This Smithsonian affiliate tells the history of Bisbee, the Warren Mining District, Cochise County, and northern Sonora, Mexico, beginning in 1887.
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Bisbee Restoration Museum

  • 37 Main Street Bisbee
  • Museum
Open: Tues. through Sat.10:00 AM - 3:00PM. A museum showing the fashions and home life of miners and their families in early Bisbee
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Border Air Museum

  • Museum
  • 520-364-4927
One of the first international airports. The museum is devoted to the history of aviation in the Douglas area. Tours by appointment only Call for hours.
Additional Contact: (520) 417-7344
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Carr House Visitor Center

  • Museum
  • 520-378-0311
The Carr House Visitor Center in Carr Canyon offers displays and exhibits of historical and natural significance. There are nature trails for strolling as well as more adventurous hiking leading to scenic overlooks, trailheads and a seasonal waterfall that's breathtaking. Allow 2-3 hours. Visitor Center open weekends April-September.
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Chiricahua Museum

  • 127 E. Maley Willcox
  • Museum
  • 520-384-3157
Visit the museum honoring the people who created the rich heritage of the area. Collections and exhibits of historic artifacts, including a Geronimo Exhibit are part of the museum.
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Chiricahua National Monument

  • Park
  • 520-824-3560
This traditional haunt of Cochise and his Chiricahua Apache band was declared a preserve in 1924. Known as the Wonderland of Rocks, this territory is truly monumental in every sense, with startling rock formations, a natural bridge, and a ledge made entirely of volcanic hailstones. Wildlife viewing and nature trails abound. Allow 2-3 hours. The Monument is open 24 hours daily; the Visitor Center is open 8am to 4:30pm daily, closed on Christmas.
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