Old West Experiences
Trail Dust Town
Trail Dust Town includes stunt shows, amusement rides, shops, the Silver Dollar Saloon, Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse, and the Museum of the Horse Soldier. The museum chronicles the history of U.S. mounted military service. It is notable for having one of the nation’s largest public displays artifacts from the era of the military horse, including original period saddles, uniforms, weapons, firearms, and ephemera. Trail Dust Town’s shopping mall was built from the abandoned set of an unfinished Glenn Ford western movie set that was left outside of the populated area of Tucson in the 1950s. www.traildusttown.com
6541 E Tanque Verde Rd • Tucson, AZ 85715 • 520-296-4551
Presidio del San Agustín
The Presidio del San Agustin is Tucson’s reconstructed Spanish fort originally built in 1775 which stood through the late 1800’s. Today a portion of it stands on the same ground where it was originally built. Remains of the original foundation are still present. Visit any time to see Museum exhibits about early Tucson and the many cultures that first came together during the Colonial Period. Docents are available to provide brief tours of the Territorial era house and courtyard as well as the rebuilt Presidio. The Presidio also comes to life during Living History days with interpreters in period dress performing daily activities including bread making in the adobe oven, blacksmithing, soldiering and much more. Check the website for Living History days (second Saturday of the month during winter hours) and for other special events and activities. tucsonpresidio.com
196 N Court St • Tucson, AZ 85701 • 520-837-8119
Old Tucson Studios is a movie studio and theme park that brings the spirit of the Old West to life. Built in 1939 for the movie “Arizona,” it has been used for the filming of several movies and television westerns since then, such as “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral” and “Little House on the Prairie.” It was opened to the public in 1960, and historical tours are offered about the movies filmed there, along with live cast entertainment featuring live stunt shows, shootouts, saloon musicals, living history presentations, trail rides, and more. Old Tucson operates on a seasonal calendar. Daily operations begin December 26th. oldtucson.com
201 S Kinney Rd • Tucson, AZ 85735 • 520-883-0100
Take a trip back in time to a genuine Old West town. Founded in 1879, Tombstone was one of the last wide-open frontier boomtowns in the American Old West. The town was established on a mesa above the Tough Nut Mine. In its heyday, Tombstone had four churches, an ice house, a school, two banks, three newspapers, an ice cream parlor, 110 saloons, and 14 gambling halls. All of this was situated on top of a large number of dirty, hardscrabble mines. The gentlemen and ladies of Tombstone attended operas presented by visiting acting troupes at the Schieffelin Hall opera house while the miners and cowboys saw shows at the Bird Cage Theatre – the wildest, wickedest night spot between Basin Street and the Barbary Coast. Visit these sites and more. See where the gunfight at the O.K. Corral took place and watch a reenactment. Visit the courthouse building, Boot Hill Cemetery, Big Nose Kate’s Saloon, or take a stagecoach ride down Main Street.
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