Welcome to the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park

Trip 2012 Tombstone 4

GPS Coordinates to park entrance

Decimal Degrees (WGS84)
Latitude: 31.712735
Longitude: -110.069726

Degrees, Minutes & Seconds
Latitude: N31 42 45
Longitude: W110 04 11

Latitude: N 31 42.764
Longitude: W 110 04.184

X: 588144
Y: 350897

Click here for a map of the inside of the Courthouse.

Get a glimpse of the true old West at Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park. Built in 1882 in the shape of a Roman cross, the two-story Victorian structure once housed the offices of the sheriff, recorder, treasurer, board of supervisors, jail, and courtrooms of Cochise County. Today, the 12,000 square foot courthouse is a museum filled with the glitter and guns of those who tamed the territory.

Exhibits portray the authentic history of Tombstone as a frontier silver mining boomtown. Learn about miners, cattlemen and pioneers, and see a reproduction of the courtroom and sheriff’s office.Displays include a tax license for operating a brothel and an invitation to a hanging. A replica of the gallows in the courtyard represents where seven men were hanged.

The park includes a museum, exhibits, a gift shop, restrooms, and shaded picnic areas.

Visitor Center / Courthouse
The park is open 9 am to 5 pm, except Christmas Day.

Phone Number

This park has modern, handicap accessible restrooms.

Tombstone Courthouse Gift Shop
This park has a gift shop with a variety of gifts about the history of the area and great souvenirs of your Tombstone Courthouse trip, including keychains, old-fashioned tops, wild west badges, wooden train whistles, t-shirts, and more.

Museum & Exhibits
The museum in the courthouse is full of authentic interpretive exhibits on the history of Tombstone and Cochise County including, period Sheriff’s Office, artist drawings and interpretations of the Gunfight at the OK Corral, Wyatt Earp, mining exhibit area, Saloon & gaming room, period lawyers office and courtroom, ranching, and residents of Tombstone.

Outside in the courtyard is a reproduction Gallows. The site where many convicted murderers met their fate. The average time to explore the park and its exhibits is about an hour.

Group: Day Use Areas
2 shaded picnic tables are available next to the courthouse for group use. No reservations, first come, first-served only.

Picnic Areas/Shelters
2 shaded picnic tables are available next to the courthouse; a perfect spot for a picnic.

Park Rules

  • No food or beverages, except water, are allowed inside the Courthouse.
  • No running.
  • Do not cross exhibit partitions.
  • No pets allowed!
  • No skateboarding or bicycles allowed on steps, walkways and parking lots.
  • No fireworks.
  • Please turn off (or set to vibrate) cells phones and personal communication devices.
  • No smoking.
  • Noncommercial photography allowed in the building.

Park and Facility Hours
9:00am - 5:00pm

Park Entrance Fee
Adult (14+): $7.00
Youth (7–13): $2.00
Child (0–6): FREE