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Bisbee Historical Tours

Bisbee Historical Tours main objective is to offer history in an entertaining way. Due to our extensive research, accurate and true historical stories will be heard by all guests as they walk through Bisbee’s historic commercial district.

Real events are much more interesting and exciting than anything anyone could ever make up. During our 4 tours you will hear about such events with information that is obtained from legitimate resources, such as old newspapers and other historical documents


The staff of BHT want to reveal Bisbee’s past, whether good or bad, in a respectful and interesting manner. Our objective is to remember generations from the copper mining town through their stories and incredible scenes filled with laughter and at times sorrow.

It is real easy to find us. From I-10 take the highway 80 South exit in Benson. Follow the signs for Tombstone. Drive through Tombstone staying on AZ Highway 80.  Follow the Arizona Tourist Info sign and then follow road under the overpass to the Stop sign. Once at Stop sign turn left. I suggest turning left into the big parking lot and walking into the second building on the highway side of the road. Our booth is located on the west side of the building next to the coffee shop.

2 Copper Queen Plaza
(next to Bisbee Coffee Company)
Bisbee, AZ 85603
Tel: 520-559-1448
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