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There are still Wild West places living in the country or at least in Arizona, but the busiest is Tombstone. Although a larger part of the city is occupied by normal people living their normal lives, a six-square-block area is designated to relive the Old Wild West of the 1800s.

Though some are questioning it regarding its authenticity, Tombstone does not run out of ghost stories. And aside from Courthouse museum and the Tombstone Rattlesnake Exhibit, tourists may actually have valuable finds here.

The World?s Largest Rosebush is popular for the ladies. It is an enclosed plantation where different kinds of rose species are taken care of. Boot Hill is Tombstone?s local cemetery and visiting it is a nice way to end or start the trip to the city. The O.K. Corral is a collection of animated mannequins re enacting how the people who once lived in the area fight an killed each other with guns.

Historama is a multimedia overview of Tombstone history which is done the primitive way. The Good Enough Mine is a man-made cave that was recently opened to the public. And the Bird Cage Museum is a party hub for those who lie spooky stories and wants to see Merman.
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