Bisbee: Southernmost Mile-High City in 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, be sure to explore any one of the many available historical tours, including the Old Bisbee Ghost Tour.
Explore Bisbee and enjoy the community’s top attractions, from art and museums to an incredibly fun and eclectic downtown and historical tours. Finish your visit off with a pint at the local brewery.
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BISBEE: SOUTHERNMOST MILE-HIGH CITY IN U.S.
Whimsical, flamboyant, and a little haunted, Bisbee is anything but ordinary. The town was voted “Best Historic Small Town in America” by USA Today Readers Choice and “Frommer’s Best Places to Go in 2018.”
Remarkably preserved architecture, Bisbee Farmers Market, Arizona’s oldest baseball park, and the underground Queen Mine Tour, along with unique events – like Bisbee PRIDE and the Return of the Turkey Vultures – make for a culture of historical significance, acceptance, and entertainment.
If you’re interested in the town’s eerie past, an evening walking tour with Old Bisbee Ghost Tour will show you the town and introduce you to some ghostly members of society.
Looking for more information on Bisbee? Check out the resources below.
|1||The Bisbee Visitor Center is a great starting point to learn about all of the area attractions.||Visit|
|2||Visit the City of Bisbee website for information on city services, departments, economic development opportunities, and more.||Visit|
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