"Wagon and Stage Coach Rides" Top 5 Page for this destination Tombstone Transportation Tip by Stephen-KarenConn

Tombstone Transportation: 6 reviews and 13 photos

  Wagon in Downtown Tombstone
by Stephen-KarenConn

When we were in Tombstone in late December, the main street of downtown (Allen Street) was blocked off to motor traffic, but there were horses, wagons and a stage coach carrying passangers passed up and down the streets. Admittedly this is a bit touristy, but the whole town is for that matter. The drivers give a lively narration, pointing out the sight of historic events, gunfights, and interesting stories and legends of Tombstone. This is a great way to get an overall look at what has been called "The most historic town in the old West."

The horse-drawn vehicles depart frequently from Big Nose Kate's on Allen Street, in the center of town. Rides last around 15-20 minutes.

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  • Updated Jan 28, 2005
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