In Southern Arizona there is a town called Tombstone that was created in the 1800’s from a silver boom. This town is the definition of the Wild West and is the site of many movies from its past, including Tombstone, Wyatt Earp and 3:10 to Yuma. In its past Tombstone was home to the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral that took the lives of three cowboys with 30 shots fired in less than 30 seconds.
Now this town is full of history and has live gun fight reenactments in the streets. It is the closest you will get to the old west where everyone is dressed up in old cowboy outfits. It is a must see town. In this town you can also see many filming locations used in the movies. The town had burned down twice so there is not much of the original buildings left but there is still minor props and caves and a lot of history.
I give this town 4 stars because unlike Deadwood, SD it is very kid friendly and there are no casinos. It is very different from any other town I have been to.