BIG NOSE KATE'S SALOON • TOMBSTONE, AZ

Open Daily
10:00AM - Midnight
 
520.457.3107
417 E Allen Street

HISTORY
Use the links below to read more about Tombstone's fascinating history.


 

THE GRAND HOTEL

 

Big Nose Kate's Saloon, in Tombstone, AZ, was once the Grand Hotel, the original building built in 1881.
Read an article written by
The Tombstone Epitaph

 

 


 

BIG NOSE KATE,
THE SHADY LADIES, AND THE
1880'S BORDELLOS...

 

Big Nose Kate is believed to have been the first prostitute in Tombstone, Arizona Territory.


 

GUNFIGHT AT THE OK CORRAL

 

Witness the world famous GUNFIGHT AT THE OK CORRAL which took place on October 21, 1882. THE EARPS AND DOC HOLLIDAY... "The Black & Whites," against Ike Clanton, Billy Clanton, Frank McLowry, Tom McLowry, Billy Claibourne..."THE COWBOYS".

 

 


 

Read about the Legend of THE SWAMPER, a janitor in the Grand Hotel, who had his bedroom in the dark basement and had a penchant for silver... and some GHOSTLY ENCOUNTERS.

ED SCHIEFFELIN

 

Ed SchieffelinEdward SchieffelinEdward (Ed) Lawrence Schieffelin (1847–1897) was an Indian scout and prospector who discovered silver in the Arizona Territory, which led to the founding of Tombstone, Arizona. He partnered with his brother Al and mining engineer Richard Gird in a handshake deal that produced millions of dollars in wealth for all three men. During the course of Tombstone's mining history, about US $85,000,000 in silver was produced from its mines.   Read More >

 

 

THE MANY FACES OF TOMBSTONE

 

Tombstone and it's history is so much more than just a shootout.

 

The Many Faces of Tombstone

 

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417 E Allen Street
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