Southernmost Mile-High City in the U.S.
Bisbee is a former mining town located a mile high in the Mule Mountains. It's the southernmost mile high city in the United States! Today, it is home to a thriving arts and antiquing community. Bisbee's unique shops and galleries along Main Street are complemented by an array of fine restaurants. For a glimpse of what life was like in Bisbee's 1800's heyday, visit the famed Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum (a Smithsonian Institute affiliate) or take the fascinating 75-minute Queen Mine Tour conducted by knowledgeable former miners. Join the town for its After Five Art Walk, the second Saturday of every month, to tour galleries, hear local musicians and enjoy hometown cuisine and brews in the evening hours.
For more information about Bisbee, reach out to the Bisbee Visitor's Center at 1-866-2BISBEE or (520) 432-3554.
The Editors of Frommer's Magazine named Bisbee to their "Best Places to Go in 2018."
The Editors of SUNSET Magazine selected Bisbee as the "Best Small Town of 2016" in their annual feature of the best hometowns in the West!