Explore An Old Silver Mine 100-Feet Below The Surface On This Underground Walking Tour In Arizona

The iconic Queen Mine in Bisbee might be the most well-known mine in Arizona, but there’s another that’s equally worthy of recognition. Hiding in the rough-and-tumble town of Tombstone, the site of the infamous O.K. Corral shooting, is the Goodenough Silver Mine. One of the largest veins of silver in Arizona history was discovered here, and it transformed Tombstone from a dusty old outpost to a thriving boomtown. Today, you can venture 100 feet below the surface and see the mine for yourself, complete with original artifacts left behind by workers and authentic mineral deposits.

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Address: Good Enough Mine Tour, 501 E Toughnut St, Tombstone, AZ 85638, USA