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Reservoir Hill Overlook

  • Fort Huachuca Sierra Vista
  • Landmark
  • 800-288-3861
This is a majestic viewpoint of the San Pedro Valley. Located on the southern portion of the overlook on Fort Huachuca, on a small patch of terrain extending from the hill, the U.S. Army Signal Corps discovered this vantage point for sending heliograph messages to other stations throughout the area. Allow 15-30 minutes. Outdoor amenities only.
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Rex Allen Museum

  • 150 S. Railroad Ave Willcox
  • Museum
  • 520-384-4583
View the memorabilia of Willcox native Rex Allen, a famous singing cowboy of records, movies, and TV. Rex had a thirty-five year career recording for Decca Records. His hit songs included Crying in the Chapel, Street of Laredo, Don’t Go Near the Indians, and Tiny Bubbles. He narrated many of Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color nature shows and other productions. He provided the voice for 150 different cartoon characters created for Disney.
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Rose Tree Museum

  • 4th & Toughnut Street Tombstone
  • Admission
  • 520-457-3326
Home of the world's largest rose tree
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San Pedro Riparian

  • Nature Conservancy
With nearly 40 miles of riparian vegetation, you will find this national conservation area teeming with plant and animal life. There are 10 different access locations across the 56,000-acre preserve to explore. Start your exploration from the San Pedro House where docents will provide you with information on trails, habitat, petroglyphs and ghost towns. Special Note on the San Pedro house: Try to time your visit to include hummingbird banding for a unique up close glimpse of these tiny marvels. Allow 3 hours.
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Slaughter Ranch

  • 6153 Geronimo Trail Douglas
  • Museum
  • 520-558-2474
The historic John Slaughter Ranch in Douglas is an official National Historic Landmark, with ranch house and buildings restored to the turn of the 19fh century era. Also nearby is the San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge.
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Spooner's Oasis & Arboretum

  • 10284 S. Sandstone Dr. Hereford
  • Oasis and Arboretum
  • (520) 366-2207
Imagine 300 trees of 260 varieties, with more perennial and annual plants than you can shake a shovel at, including an annual planting of over 10,000 spring and summer flowering bulbs. an avid gardener, has a passion for all things botanical. Carefully orchestrated garden paths lead visitors down far more than the proverbial primrose lane. Flowering plants from around the world like clematis and evergreens, with one area devoted exclusively as a desert garden with many varieties of southwestern cacti and succulents, grow in harmony here. Allow 1 hour. Guided tours. Reservations required.
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The Marty Robbins Museum

  • Museum
  • 520-766-1404
Visit a true tribute to one of the most popular and successful country singers of his era, Marty Robbins. Marty was the first county western signer to receive a Grammy for his song El Paso in 1959. In 1970 he won his second Grammy Award for his song My Woman, My Woman, My Wife. Robbins was named "Artist of the Decade" (1960-69) by the Academy of Country Music, was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1982, and was given a Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1998 for his song "El Paso". In addition to his music Robbins was an avid race car driver, competing in the 1973 Daytona 500. Open: Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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The Nature Conservancy's Muleshoe Ranch and The Muleshoe Ranch CMA

  • 6502 N Muleshoe Ranch Road Willcox
  • Nature Conservancy
  • 520-212-4295
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Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park

  • Museum
  • 520-457-3311
Get a glimpse of the true old West at Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park. Built in 1882 in the shape of a Roman cross, the two-story Victorian structure once housed the offices of the sheriff, recorder, treasurer, board of supervisors, jail, and courtrooms of Cochise County. Today, the 12,000 square foot courthouse is a museum filled with the glitter and guns of those who tamed the territory.Exhibits portray the authentic history of Tombstone as a frontier silver mining boomtown. Learn about miners, cattlemen and pioneers, and see a reproduction of the courtroom and sheriff’s office.Displays include a tax license for operating a brothel and an invitation to a hanging. A replica of the gallows in the courtyard represents where seven men were hanged.The park includes a museum, exhibits, a gift shop, restrooms, and shaded picnic areas.
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U.S. Army Military Intelligence Museum (MI Museum)

  • Fort Huachuca Sierra Vista
  • Museum
  • Free
  • 800-288-3861
Visitors will see surveillance and espionage tools from the Civil War, the notorious Enigma Machine coding device used by the Germans during WW II, one of our Cold War espionage jeeps, a surveillance drone and, the real thing, a 12' x 10' section of 10' section of the Berlin Wall, replete with graffitied political statements. Allow 1 hour. Free admission; donations accepted. Open weekdays 9am to 4pm; weekends from 1pm to 4pm.
Additional Contact: (520) 533-5736
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