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Boothill Graveyard was the Tombstone City Cemetery from 1878 to 1884. It was not called Boothill until the 1920s. Its occupants ran the spectrum of all the cultures and nationalities of early Tombstone. Cowboys who "died with their boots on" lie...more
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I’m not sure what I expected from this, but it was actually really cool. They give you a little guide of all the known graves and it really gives you a feel for how short and violent life could be at that time. The cairns...More
Some people forget that Tombstone is a tourist location. You go there to see to learn a little about history. The Boothill cemetery is no different. It was restored in the 1920’s. For the $3 fee you get a pamphlet that gives you a line...More
Interesting visit to see the actual grave sites of several of the key folks involved in Tombstone history. Takes less than an hour to go through the entire cemetery. Good news is that its $3 to go through so it's worth the time spent.
This is a wonderful half hour stop. Be sure to follow and read the brochure along the numbered path to make the most of the visit. By the end you get a good feel for the harsh conditions of the Wild West.
Boothill Graveyard, Tombstone is an interesting reflection of the early, volatile history of this frontier town. There are plenty of "stories" about Tombstone, some fact, some fiction but all fascinating ! The epitaphs are a mixture of hilarity and the sad reality of the time....More
While this graveyard is the first thing you see when entering this small town, we spared it for the last thing to visit, logically. This graveyard is a final resting place for many famous and infamous characters of this mining town - miners, gamblers, business...More