Here are our recommendations for Things To Do In Bisbee, Arizona plus Lodging, Dining, History, Events, and lots of photographs.
Things To Do
Walking the streets of Bisbee is a journey back to the late 19th and early 20th century. Just exploring the shops, restaurants, galleries, and other establishments housed in these fine old buildings is a pleasant way to spend a morning or afternoon.
The primary historic district includes Main Street, Brewery Gulch, OK Street, Tombstone Canyon, and much of the surrounding hillsides.
Bisbee has several fine art galleries and antique shops. A lot of folks go there just to people-watch. One might describe Bisbee’s hippy & biker inhabitants as “colorful”. The old saloons, such as St. Elmo’s along Brewery Gulch, are good places to make acquaintance with the indigenous population.
I have generally found Bisbee-ites of all stripes to be friendly and helpful. More than anything, Bisbee is a pleasant state of mind: laid-back, a little quirky, but with a definite sense of community. The people who live here really want to be here.
Below are our original videos of two of Bisbee’s main attractions: Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum and Queen Mine Tour.
Bisbee Lodging Recommended
Hotel San Ramon, wonderfully restored, excellent service and attention to detail.
Arizona & Calumet Guesthouse B&B
This is a fine Bed & Breakfast located in the Warren District two miles south of Old Town Bisbee. In this video, you will meet Joy Timbers, the proprietor.
Eldorado Hotel Suites
The Eldorado is 12 roomy suites located on OK Street. The front suites overlook Brewery Gulch. Very comfortable.
Inn at Castle Rock and Hazel’s Table 10 Private Dining
As quirky as the town itself. A fun experience.
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Bisbee Dining Recommendations
Bisbee has some of the best restaurants in all of Southern Arizona. Of the 9 Southern Arizona Restaurants that we rate 5-Saguaro (Best of the Best), three are in Bisbee. For our Bisbee Dining Reviews, click HERE.
Bisbee Massacre is about a robbery in 1883 that went bad … real bad.
Bisbee is eminently photogenic. Take your camera and see what compelling images you can capture.
Bisbee, Arizona: by Charlene Mitchell and BisbeeEnclave.com
Scenes From Bisbee, Arizona
A Slideshow of Unique and Historical Homes in Bisbee, Arizona