Exploring Cochise County is easier than ever before! Sign up for the Cochise County Action Ticket, a mobile pass to guide you through the county and to its many awesome attractions.
Cochise County Action Ticket
Earn points by visiting each attraction and when you use their deal or discount! These points allow you to register for different prizes and a grand prize each quarter. Every quarter, the prizes focus on one of the Cochise County Tourism and Economic Council communities: Bisbee, Douglas, Sierra Vista, and Willcox.
- A museum, art gallery, and research center dedicated to archaeology, Native cultures, and Western art. Located in Dragoon, Arizona, and surrounded by the spectacular boulders of Texas Canyon.
- Buy one Museum Admission, Get one Museum Admission Free
Arizona Folklore Preserve
- Live music in beautiful Ramsey Canyon every weekend! Genres range from folk, to western, to bluegrass every weekend.
- First time guests receive a free pass for a future performance
Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum, A Smithsonian Affiliate
- With a history deserving of National Landmark status, it’s only fitting that Bisbee’s past be captured and reflected in a museum like no other. The Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum takes you back in time to the days of the Arizona Territory, telling the story of a western copper-mining town’s role in the industrialization of America.
- 10% Off museum store purchases
Chiricahua National Monument
- Chiricahua National Monument is a National Park Service site located on the northeast side of Cochise County. The park’s mild climate is suitable for a wide variety of outdoor activities: day hiking, camping, picnicking, wildlife viewing, birding, nature photography, and star gazing. Stop by the visitor center for exhibits about geology, history, and native cultures in the region.
Coronado National Memorial
- Coronado National Memorial is a National Park Service site located in the southwest corner of Cochise County. It is a day-use park, open 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset. Exhibits at the visitor center describe the Coronado Expedition, the legacy of Spanish and Native American cultures in the region, and the natural history of Coronado National Memorial. Come see scenic views from Montezuma Pass overlook, hike eight miles of trails, or seek out the many bird species in the canyon.
Douglas-Williams House Museum
- The Douglas-Williams House is named for the two families that made the house their home for more than 80 years. It includes period rooms honoring the Douglas and Williams families, spaces with regularly changed displays, research library and specialty areas – including a world-class Marty-Dess camera collection and Douglas smelter display.
Fort Bowie National Historic Site
- Fort Bowie National Historic Site is a National Park Service unit on the northeast side of Cochise County. A unique hike-in park, the visitor center is accessed via the Fort Bowie Trail. The story of Apache Pass and the events that led to the establishment of Fort Bowie are best understood via a 3-mile roundtrip hike from the trailhead on Apache Pass Road. Visit the park’s webpage for visitor center hours of operation.
Kartchner Caverns State Park
- This beautifully diverse park sits at the base of the Whetstone Mountains and offers a wide variety of activities to visitors amid the natural area beauty, and the complex infrastructure found in the park. Cozy cabins with a view, spacious campgrounds, world renowned cave experience, and beautiful trails are waiting for you.
- The actual site of Tombstone’s legendary Gunfight at the O.K. Corral®–the subject of numerous Hollywood movies. See Wyatt Earp and “Doc” Holliday in daily reenactments of the historic skirmish that made Tombstone famous. Experience the Corral as it was in the past, with a working blacksmith, antique cowboy gear, western buggies, and four museums. A multimedia history show of Tombstone is included.
- Free Tombstone Movie Poster
Old Bisbee Ghost Tour
- Your Ghost Host will lead you on one of our spooky walking tours through Old Bisbee’s streets, stairways, and old alleys to embark on an after dark adventure to discover and learn about the ghosts that haunt this 135-year-old town.
- $2.00 off Old Bisbee Ghost Tour
- The world’s only Laser Shooting Zipline is located on the corner of Toughnut and 7th St. in Tombstone, AZ. Great fun for kids of all ages. See if you can be a Top Gun. Visit outlawzipline.com for hours of operation.
- 10% savings on rides
Queen Mine Tour
- Outfitted in a hard hat, miner’s headlamp and a yellow slicker, thousands of Bisbee visitors descend into the Queen Mine Tour each year—heading underground and back in time. Tour guides, retired Phelps Dodge employees, lead the group 1,500 feet into the mine and recount mining days, techniques, dangers and drama.
Rex Allen Museum
- Born Rex Elvie Allen (1920-1999), Rex grew up on a homestead 40 miles north of Willcox. Rex was a real cowboy who became the last of the singing cowboys of Western movie fame. Inside the museum, opened in 1989 to honor the famous home-town boy, you’ll see memorabilia from his lifetime success in rodeo, radio, movies, and television.
San Pedro House
- The San Pedro House is located in the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area (SPRNCA) and serves as a visitor center and nature shop. This restored ranch house is operated by the Friends of the San Pedro River. Stop in for maps, area information, and to visit the gift shop. The San Pedro House Trailhead leads to miles of hiking, biking and equestrian paths.
Willcox Historic Theater
- Willcox Theater and Arts, Studio 138 and the Palace located in adjacent historic buildings, provide live stage programming, arts workshops, STEAM, and digital arts programs. Serving all ages and interests, Willcox Theater and Arts provides a multitude of opportunities to enjoy the arts.
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