See Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Virgil and Morgan Earp fight the McLaurys and Clantons in daily reenactments of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in The Streets of Tombstone Theater.
Stand beside life-size figures of the eight gunfighters located on the very spot where the Gunfight began according to a map on display drawn by Wyatt Earp himself.
Learn what caused the 30-second showdown that left three cowboys dead, Virgil and Morgan Earp wounded.
Tour C.S. Fly's Photo Gallery. See his world-famous photos of the Apache warrior Geronimo and his historic photos of 1880s Tombstone life.
Visit Grizz, our blacksmith. Walk through the O.K. Corral stables as they appeared in the 1880s. Sit in our buggies. Pan for gemstones in our running water mining sluice.
Take your best shot at the O.K. Corral’s state-of-the-art electronic shooting gallery. Highly interactive and fun for all ages, our completely safe infared replica Colt .45 peacemaker pistols and Winchester rifles trigger dozens of rotating targets and surprise pop-up characters! Hit the bullseye every time? Try engaging the "Quick Shot Challenge" mode to test your sharpshooter skills!
FREE! Visit the 1880s museum of Arizona's oldest newspaper. Still published today, the Epitaph is located on Fifth Street between Allen and Fremont Streets behind the Crystal Palace Saloon.
Read the original 1881 reports of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral ®. A reprint of the 1881 Epitaph with the original Gunfight reports is included free with your O.K. Corral admission ticket.
Learn how Epitaph editor, John Clum, captured the Apache warrior Geronimo and why he hired the Earps to defend Tombstone.
Watch how The Epitaph was printed in the 1880s on the original Washington hand press. In the back shop, see composing stones, linotype machines, type cases, and interpretive displays that chronicle The Epitaph's "hot metal" days.