Sightseeing in Sierra Vista


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  • Amerind Foundation Inc
    Established by archaeologist William Shirley Fulton in 1937, The Amerind Museum aims to preserve and protect the legacy and heritage of the indigenous cultures of the Americas through educational programs, lectures, and a collection of tools, art, and materials from a variety of native ethnic groups. Within the stately Spanish Colonial–revival building, visiting traditional artists and an ever-changing gallery foster a connection between the distant past and the present, teaching guests about the still-living cultures that have called the region home for millennia. The exhibits span across the centuries with artifacts and treasures from various peoples and times, captivating curious visitors with displays ranging from late prehistoric Pueblo pottery, Hopi katsina dolls, and even an Apache war bow constructed and signed by Geronimo himself. Even the museum's campus speaks to the storied past of the area, with views of Texas Canyon's breathtaking rock formations and secluded picnic spots amid the natural beauty and lively conversation of ancient granite boulders.
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    2100 North Amerind Road
    Dragoon, AZ US
  • Goodenough Mine Tour
    When the guides and staff at Good Enough Mine Tour opened their 1879 Tombstone silver mine to the public, their achievement was more than a year in the making. They had worked tirelessly, blasting compressed air and water to clear blocked passageways, cutting through solid rock, and mixing concrete that they'd carried into the mine on their backs. Once they finished clearing the tunnels, they built stairs and railings and installed lights. Finally, guides began leading tours through the mine's original passageways. Today, Good Enough Mine Tour's guides escort visitors as far as 100 feet underground into the mine's 19th-century depths, where they divulge the history and uses of 130-year-old structures and artifacts such as strap-rail, lanterns, and dynamite fuses. They sometimes lead visitors through narrow passageways and into stopes––large chambers created by ore removal––or up ladders and into the living rooms of friendly mole people.
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    5th & Toughnut Street
    Tombstone, AZ US
  • Wyatt Earp House and Gallery
    Among the treasures of Tombstone, Wyatt Earp House and Gallery stands as a must-see museum. While you're enjoying this museum, be sure to check out their amazing restaurant for a tasty meal. Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to this museum — they'll love the scene here as much as mom and dad. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    102 East Fremont Street
    Tombstone, AZ US
  • Bird Cage
    When life affords you a little free time, check out the cultural artifacts at Bird Cage in Tombstone. Wandering souls would be best to visit this museum for any one of their A+ dishes. Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to this museum — they'll love the scene here as much as mom and dad. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    517 East Allen Street
    Tombstone, AZ US
  • Gallery of Dreams
    Pay homage to culture when visiting Gallery of Dreams' museum in Saint David. With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this museum boasts among the best eats this side of the city. This museum welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    247 E Patton St
    Saint David, AZ US
  • Panterra Gallery
    Looking for a unique art museum? Head on over to Panterra Gallery in Bisbee and browse through a wide variety of art pieces. What's a fine museum without fine dining to accompany it? Be sure to pick up a tasty meal when you visit their great restaurant. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    22 Main St
    Bisbee, AZ US

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