This is Southern Arizona Guide’s Tombstone At Twilight Tour.
I’m Jim Gressinger, travel writer, photographer, and publisher of Southern Arizona Guide. Please join me for an Old West evening like no other. Tombstone, Arizona after sundown is a very different place than Tombstone by daylight.
The shops along historic Allen Street will be bright & busy; the townsfolk will be dressed in authentic 1880’s costumes; sidewalk musicians will entertain us with 19th century Western music; firebolts will literally blaze from the gun barrels during the rowdy “Blood At Dusk” gunfight.
Johnny Bones, our choice for “Best Street Performer”, will be there doing his thing. So will Dr. Jay, he of “Tombstone Walking Tours” fame. You will also enjoy shopping for unique merchandise, with discounts at some of our favorite shops, such as Shady Lady’s Closet and Arlene’s. No doubt we will do a little wine tasting at the Silver Strike Winery.
Together we’ll visit a couple of our favorite Tombstone attractions and enjoy eats & drinks at one of Tombstone’s authentic Western saloons and restaurants.
Normally, Tombstone on any Saturday night is a hoot, but said hooting is limited to the saloons. However on Saturday, April 25th, the whole historic district will be lit up and bustling with activity.
Our coach leaves Tucson at 2:15 PM, arriving Tombstone at 3:30. Festivities begin around 5 and last until about 9:00 PM, at which time we re-board our bus and head home. We’ll be back in Tucson by 10:30 PM.
You’ll have time for one-daylight Tombstone Tour of your choice at discounted prices (Bird Cage Theater; Rose Tree Museum; Dr. Jay’s Tombstone Walking Tour; or Tombstone Trolley between 4-5PM). Dinner will be served between 6:00 and 7:00 with plenty of time to shop and sightsee before and after dinner. Sunset is at 7PM sharp. Bring comfortable walking shoes and your camera.
The price of our Tombstone At Twilight tour is $79. This includes round trip transportation; entertainment; dinner & beer, wine, or cocktail; discounts at selected shops and attractions; and a pleasantly cool evening on the “Town Too Tough To Die”.
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If you need more info, call Jim today at 520-820-2710 or email Jim@SouthernArizonaGuide.com.