There are numerous cultural attractions in the city of Bisbee and its surrounding areas, including various museums, art galleries, theaters, and historical sights.

 The Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum is full of exhibits that display the mining history of this small city.  The last of Bisbee’s mines closed during the 70’s, but mining is in large part responsible for the development of the city during the early 20th century.  The museum is open to the public year round, and closes during public holidays.

 The Belleza Fine Art Gallery is one of the town’s nicest galleries, displaying an eclectic collection from many rising and established artists.

 A great way to learn more about the mining history of the city of Bisbee is to take one of the Queen Mine Tours of the most productive copper mine in the area. The tours are offered daily and cost $12 plus tax for adults. 

 If you can schedule your visit, or are lucky enough to visit, on the second Saturday of the month, don't miss the "Bisbee After 5 Art Walk". Over 30 shops and galleries stay open until 8pm.

 For more information about these and more attractions around the city of Bisbee, check out this Attractions page and this Arts page.