Visited with friends who are American, interesting to see so many unmarked graves and sad, an essential visit to add to tombstone.
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Definately worth a visit whilst in Tombstone. This Tombstone graveyard was only used for a small amount of time during the wild years of Tombstone 1882 to 1884. Some significant characters are buried here. The cemetry has been researched and restored thanks to a group...More
This place is full of history from the Wild West. They give you a map and point you in the right direction to the more well known grave sites. It was windy the day we were there so we did not stay long. They also...More
If you are going to visit Tombstone and do the OK Corral, you need to cough up the $3 per person admission and see the graveyard. The names and epitaphs that tie the graveyard to events in Tombstone and particularly the shoot out make it...More
We have visited Tombstone several times and finally decided to visit Boothill. There is a Jewish monument just down a short walk at the back of the graveyard. You get a road map of the graveyard that shows each row but you will find that...More
This is a great stop after you have learned about the history and people who lived in Tombstone. See the graves of the famous characters.
For anyone who loved the old cowboy movies this is a must do tour. We spent some time here looking at the graves and wondering about the life of those buried here. We wondered about the sadness in the hearts of their loved ones, certainly...More
I enjoyed my visit here more than the town of Tombstone itself. I walked around and read every stone. I love the way it tells how a lot of them died..."hanged", "found at the bottom of a mine", "killed by..." etc.