Long known as "The Town Too Tough To Die," all of Tombstone is a Registered Historic National Landmark. Tombstone thrives today as a lively center for recounting and reliving the infamous days of Old West history. Visitors walk the same streets that Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday walked. And they experience firsthand what it was like when guns were drawn and fired at the O.K. Corral. Other not-to-be-missed sites in Tombstone are Big Nose Kate's, the Crystal Palace, Boothill Cemetery, Tombstone Courthouse State Park, the Bird Cage Theater and the world's largest living rose tree at the Rose Tree Museum. Tombstone offers entertainment and history in ways that few other towns can match.