Willcox: A Blend of Wine and History
In the 1930s, Willcox was the largest range cattle rail shipping point in the United States – earning the town the title of “Cattle Capital of the World”. Today, the town continues to thrive as an agricultural community, especially noted wine tasting rooms and award-winning vineyards.
Willcox is home to the Cowboy Hall of Fame, the Chiricahua Regional Museum and Research Center, and the Rex Allen Museum. Also, nearby are some of the most awe-inspiring natural landscapes in the southwestern United States, making Willcox and the surrounding areas a truly unique blend of culture, nature, and western history.
Explore Willcox and savor the authenticity of its seven local wineries, the incredible biodiversity of the 375 species of birds found in the Chiricahua Mountains, and the jaw-dropping natural creation known as the Chiricahua National Monument.
Looking for more information on Bisbee? Check out the resources below.
|1||The Willcox Visitor Center is a great starting point to learn about all of the area attractions.||Visit|
|2||Visit the City of Willcox website for information on city services, departments, economic development opportunities, and more.||Visit|
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