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One fantastic mine

One, prepare to walk up and down some steps...but it's well worth the hike and Two, prepare to be... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2012
Catherine M
Yuma, Arizona
A nice surprise!

We live near Tombstone and decided to play tourist for a morning. Had heard about this mine and... read more

Reviewed 22 August 2012
Sierra Vista, Arizona
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The Goodenough Mine is one of the twenty five producing silver mines in the Tombstone Mining District, which started the mining boom which resulted in the incorporation of the City of Tombstone. When you take the tour, you will be shown through the...more
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Reviewed 26 August 2012

One, prepare to walk up and down some steps...but it's well worth the hike and Two, prepare to be educated on one really amazing mine. The operators know every little thing possible about the mine and have hiked, dug and assisted in the excavation of...More

2  Thank Catherine M
Reviewed 22 August 2012

We live near Tombstone and decided to play tourist for a morning. Had heard about this mine and wondered how it would compare to some of the other mine tours around the area. It was great! As others have said, you do need to be...More

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Reviewed 15 August 2012

Heard about this tour via tripadvisor, and being a lover of mines, we gave it a shot. We are so glad we did - it was the best part of Tombstone, not at all "tourist trap-like", and just a wonderful insight into another part of...More

1  Thank James K
Reviewed 1 August 2012

The mine tour was great and they gave you lots of good info however you need to be in excellent shape to get out of the mine! The mine is an actual mine and so it's underground. You have to walk about a million steps...More

3  Thank JRMAZ
Reviewed 28 July 2012

Very interesting but if you're claustraphobic you might not want this tour. Fun to have the flashlight to be able to view the mine.

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Reviewed 6 July 2012

My 11 year old son has been on the tour 3 times over a period 2 years with his mom and dad; on one of the trips, we planned a birthday party adventure for 4 of his friends and they all loved this tour. The...More

Thank szmTucson
Reviewed 4 July 2012

Just the right amount of time in an underground mine (underground).

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Reviewed 4 July 2012

This tour was fantastic! While not a big fan of caves and such...this was very interesting and fun. The guide was great. it gave me a better perspective of the importance of mining in Tombstone.

Thank Linda R
Reviewed 1 July 2012

This is probably the best and most authentic attraction in Tombstone. It is relatively new, opening just a few years ago. The guy selling tickets was an attraction in himself. He sure did look the part of a miner. He was friendly, too, so talking...More

Thank davegidd
Reviewed 24 June 2012

This is a newer attraction in Tombstone. It was landscaped well out front and looked like someone had really put some effort into making it first class. Be sure to ask for discounts! They offer discounts for military, teachers, etc. you can also get a...More

2  Thank todd m
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Susan K
9 August 2018|
Response from jennreep | Reviewed this property |
$12 per person. They only took cash when we went in April. No credit cards.
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Response from Dawn C | Reviewed this property |
Adults are $15, not sure on children. Our Guide Sam and also the Manager were very knowledgeable about the mine and town history. We loved the tour! Lasted right at and hour and was well worth it!