Things to Do in Bisbee, AZ

A Myriad of Attractions & Activities

Once the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco, Bisbee, Arizona is now a beautiful and quiet high desert getaway. While the city has certainly grown since being established in 1880, it has still retained much of its Old West charm. The downtown area surrounding the Copper Queen Hotel features historic attractions, fantastic shops and restaurants, galleries and more.

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  • Lavender Jeep Tours Distance:In housefrom Hotel

    Lavender Jeep tours at copperqueen, Arizona

    Hop into the Bisbee Arizona Lavender Jeep for a driving tour of just about everything there is to see in Bisbee. Not only will you visit sites like historic downtown Bisbee, local mines, the Mexican border and a real live ghost town, the drivers will keep you spellbound with tales of local legends and lore.

    Hop into the Bisbee Arizona Lavender Jeep for a driving tour of just about everything there is to see in Bisbee. Not only will you visit sites like historic downtown Bisbee, local mines, the Mexican border and a real live ghost town, the drivers will keep you spellbound with tales of local legends and lore.

  • Bisbee Tour Company Distance:0.1 milesfrom Hotel

    Copper Queen Hotel

    There’s no better way to explore Bisbee than in your very own open-air golf cart. Hop aboard and explore the city’s unique architecture, private homes and miners’ shacks.

    There’s no better way to explore Bisbee than in your very own open-air golf cart. Hop aboard and explore the city’s unique architecture, private homes and miners’ shacks.

  • San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area Distance:25 milesfrom Hotel

    San Pedro National Conservation Area at copperqueen, Arizona

    Consisting of 40 miles (56,000 acres) of land along the San Pedro River, this riparian, or river, habitat draws diverse species of migrating birds and other wildlife to the fertile bands of cottonwood trees that grow densely along the banks of the river. Hikers, birders and nature enthusiasts from around the world flock to this area to enjoy stunning surroundings that have remained untouched by man.

    Consisting of 40 miles (56,000 acres) of land along the San Pedro River, this riparian, or river, habitat draws diverse species of migrating birds and other wildlife to the fertile bands of cottonwood trees that grow densely along the banks of the river. Hikers, birders and nature enthusiasts from around the world flock to this area to enjoy stunning surroundings that have remained untouched by man.

  • Kartchner Caverns Distance:47 milesfrom Hotel

    Kartchner Caverns at copperqueen, Arizona

    This jaw-dropping limestone cave showcases a stunning variety of minerals and formations, including icicle-like stalactites dangling from the roof and massive, jagged stalagmites bursting up from the ground.

    This jaw-dropping limestone cave showcases a stunning variety of minerals and formations, including icicle-like stalactites dangling from the roof and massive, jagged stalagmites bursting up from the ground.

  • Bisbee Restoration Museum Distance:0.3 milesfrom Hotel

    Copper Queen Hotel

    Get a fascinating glimpse into Bisbee’s past at the Bisbee Restoration Museum. Unique items range from a copper high school diploma to a diverse collection of textiles and the equipment used to make them.

    Get a fascinating glimpse into Bisbee’s past at the Bisbee Restoration Museum. Unique items range from a copper high school diploma to a diverse collection of textiles and the equipment used to make them.

  • Turquoise Valley Golf Corse Distance:9 milesfrom Hotel

    Turquoise Valley at copperqueen, Arizona

    Opened in 1908, this is Arizona's oldest continuously operating golf course and home to “the Rattler,” as the 15th hole is internationally known. The only par-6 in Arizona and the 10th longest golf hole in the world, the Rattler measures a whopping 747 yards from tee to pin.

    Opened in 1908, this is Arizona's oldest continuously operating golf course and home to “the Rattler,” as the 15th hole is internationally known. The only par-6 in Arizona and the 10th longest golf hole in the world, the Rattler measures a whopping 747 yards from tee to pin.

  • Old Bisbee Ghost Tour Distance:0.1 milesfrom Hotel

    Old bisbee ghost tour at at copperqueen, Arizona

    Any Old West mining town with as much history and heritage as Bisbee is bound to have a few skeletons in its closet. Tours celebrating Bisbee’s most haunted and macabre attractions include a ghost hunt through Old Bisbee, a visit to the Oliver House, known as one of the most haunted buildings in Arizona, and a creepy pub crawl to several of the city’s spookiest bars, where the spirits you encounter won’t just be the kind in a bottle.

    Any Old West mining town with as much history and heritage as Bisbee is bound to have a few skeletons in its closet. Tours celebrating Bisbee’s most haunted and macabre attractions include a ghost hunt through Old Bisbee, a visit to the Oliver House, known as one of the most haunted buildings in Arizona, and a creepy pub crawl to several of the city’s spookiest bars, where the spirits you encounter won’t just be the kind in a bottle.

  • Copper Queen Mining & Historical Museum Distance:0.1 milesfrom Hotel

    Copper Queen Mining at copperqueen, Arizona

    Even though Bisbee’s last operational mine went dark in the 1970s, its mining legacy is preserved and celebrated by a world-class museum that shows you exactly what it’s like to strap on a miner’s helmet and venture deep underground in search of precious metals.

    Even though Bisbee’s last operational mine went dark in the 1970s, its mining legacy is preserved and celebrated by a world-class museum that shows you exactly what it’s like to strap on a miner’s helmet and venture deep underground in search of precious metals.

  • Copper Queen Mine Tours Distance:0.2 milesfrom Hotel

    Copper Queen Mine tours at copperqueen, Arizona

    Once you’re clad in your yellow slicker, miner’s hardhat and headlamp, you’ll descend 1,500 feet into the Copper Queen Mine to hear about mining techniques, dangers and legends from retired Phelps Dodge miners.

    Once you’re clad in your yellow slicker, miner’s hardhat and headlamp, you’ll descend 1,500 feet into the Copper Queen Mine to hear about mining techniques, dangers and legends from retired Phelps Dodge miners.

  • Muheim Museum Heritage House Distance:0.3 milesfrom Hotel

    Muheim museum at copperqueen, Arizona

    Built in 1898 by Joseph and Carmelita Muheim, this beautiful pioneer home is an example of late 19th-century architecture and has been restored to its earlier elegance. Overlooking Old Bisbee, the house offers some of the best panoramic views in the area.

    Built in 1898 by Joseph and Carmelita Muheim, this beautiful pioneer home is an example of late 19th-century architecture and has been restored to its earlier elegance. Overlooking Old Bisbee, the house offers some of the best panoramic views in the area.

  • Bisbee Historical Tours Distance:0.5 milesfrom Hotel

    Bisbee historical at copperqueen, Arizona

    Choose from three comprehensive tours, the Bisbee Historical Tour, the Main Street Tour and the Tombstone Canyon Tour.

    Choose from three comprehensive tours, the Bisbee Historical Tour, the Main Street Tour and the Tombstone Canyon Tour.

  • Fort Huachuca Museum Distance:31 milesfrom Hotel

    Fort Huachuca at copperqueen, Arizona

    The Fort Huachuca Museum examines the rich history of this U.S. Army installation during the Apache Wars and the base’s vital role in protecting and securing the frontier.

    The Fort Huachuca Museum examines the rich history of this U.S. Army installation during the Apache Wars and the base’s vital role in protecting and securing the frontier.

Old Bisbee Ghost Tour

Distance: 0.1 miles from Hotel
Old bisbee ghost tour at at copperqueen, Arizona

Any Old West mining town with as much history and heritage as Bisbee is bound to have a few skeletons in its closet. Tours celebrating Bisbee’s most haunted and macabre attractions include a ghost hunt through Old Bisbee, a visit to the Oliver House, known as one of the most haunted buildings in Arizona, and a creepy pub crawl to several of the city’s spookiest bars, where the spirits you encounter won’t just be the kind in a bottle.

Lavender Jeep Tours

Distance: In house from Hotel
Lavender Jeep tours at copperqueen, Arizona

Hop into the Bisbee Arizona Lavender Jeep for a driving tour of just about everything there is to see in Bisbee. Not only will you visit sites like historic downtown Bisbee, local mines, the Mexican border and a real live ghost town, the drivers will keep you spellbound with tales of local legends and lore.

Copper Queen Mining & Historical Museum

Distance: 0.1 miles from Hotel
Copper Queen Mining at copperqueen, Arizona

Even though Bisbee’s last operational mine went dark in the 1970s, its mining legacy is preserved and celebrated by a world-class museum that shows you exactly what it’s like to strap on a miner’s helmet and venture deep underground in search of precious metals.

Copper Queen Mine Tours

Distance: 0.2 miles from Hotel
Copper Queen Mine tours at copperqueen, Arizona

Once you’re clad in your yellow slicker, miner’s hardhat and headlamp, you’ll descend 1,500 feet into the Copper Queen Mine to hear about mining techniques, dangers and legends from retired Phelps Dodge miners.

Bisbee Tour Company

Distance: 0.1 miles from Hotel
Copper Queen Hotel

There’s no better way to explore Bisbee than in your very own open-air golf cart. Hop aboard and explore the city’s unique architecture, private homes and miners’ shacks.

Bisbee Restoration Museum

Distance: 0.3 miles from Hotel
Copper Queen Hotel

Get a fascinating glimpse into Bisbee’s past at the Bisbee Restoration Museum. Unique items range from a copper high school diploma to a diverse collection of textiles and the equipment used to make them.

Muheim Museum Heritage House

Distance: 0.3 miles from Hotel
Muheim museum at copperqueen, Arizona

Built in 1898 by Joseph and Carmelita Muheim, this beautiful pioneer home is an example of late 19th-century architecture and has been restored to its earlier elegance. Overlooking Old Bisbee, the house offers some of the best panoramic views in the area.

Bisbee Historical Tours

Distance: 0.5 miles from Hotel
Bisbee historical at copperqueen, Arizona

Choose from three comprehensive tours, the Bisbee Historical Tour, the Main Street Tour and the Tombstone Canyon Tour.

Turquoise Valley Golf Corse

Distance: 9 miles from Hotel
Turquoise Valley at copperqueen, Arizona

Opened in 1908, this is Arizona's oldest continuously operating golf course and home to “the Rattler,” as the 15th hole is internationally known. The only par-6 in Arizona and the 10th longest golf hole in the world, the Rattler measures a whopping 747 yards from tee to pin.

San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area

Distance: 25 miles from Hotel
San Pedro National Conservation Area at copperqueen, Arizona

Consisting of 40 miles (56,000 acres) of land along the San Pedro River, this riparian, or river, habitat draws diverse species of migrating birds and other wildlife to the fertile bands of cottonwood trees that grow densely along the banks of the river. Hikers, birders and nature enthusiasts from around the world flock to this area to enjoy stunning surroundings that have remained untouched by man.

Fort Huachuca Museum

Distance: 31 miles from Hotel
Fort Huachuca at copperqueen, Arizona

The Fort Huachuca Museum examines the rich history of this U.S. Army installation during the Apache Wars and the base’s vital role in protecting and securing the frontier.

Kartchner Caverns

Distance: 47 miles from Hotel
Kartchner Caverns at copperqueen, Arizona

This jaw-dropping limestone cave showcases a stunning variety of minerals and formations, including icicle-like stalactites dangling from the roof and massive, jagged stalagmites bursting up from the ground.

The Copper Queen Hotel

11 Howell Ave.,

PO Drawer CQ,

Bisbee,

Arizona 85603

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