It's about a three-hour drive from Tucson, but it's well worth it. This old town on steep hills offers a glimpse into ... More
It's about a three-hour drive from Tucson, but it's well worth it. This old town on steep hills offers a glimpse into Arizona's history of copper mining. The industry boom ended with the collapse of copper prices in the 1970s, leaving the area depressed until creative people moved in to make Bisbee into an artist colony, which now attracts visitors from all over the world. Where there are artists, of course, there are galleries and the numbers are growing. Browse the many antique stores, stroll down picturesque streets, explore the copper mines, and lunch at the famous Copper Queen Hotel .
This famous old hotel was built at the turn of the century, when Bisbee was the largest mining town in
the world, hosting mining entrepreneurs, adventurers, and assorted Western types of varying reputation. To this day, it has kept ...
Winner of the Fodors Choice Award 3 times 2006, 2008, 2009. Voted Top Choice establishment to stay. Set in a
historic brick school, built in 1918 at the height of Bisbee's mining days, the School House Inn Bed & ...
Situated among three acres of high desert country surrounded by gardens, wildlife, and 150 year old cottonwood trees, The Gardens
at Mile High Ranch feature bed & breakfast units built in the 1920's off of the main house built ...