It was ok, the guy who was there was infomative of the Rose tree and the was neat to see such a huge tree
The historical artifacts belong to a family who lived in Tombstone for over 4 generations! One docent is a former history teacher who goes to great lengths to ensure an informative and interesting experience for the visitor as well as infusing some humor to make it fun. The owners still live in Tombstone. We thought we were going to see... More
I have this same rose bush in my yard...just 125 years younger! It is the most incredible rose bush/tree I have ever seen! I want to go back in April when it is in bloom...would be mind-blowing!
What a great place. If you go to Tombstone this place is a must. A rose bush this big in the Guinness book of records. The gentleman had lots of knowledge. There is a lot of information on the mines and how they were done. Not to mention the 131 year old furniture. That is just so cool that people... More
We spent an hour in the Rose Tree Museum when we visited in August and it was interesting. The family's possessions and photos from over the years, when Tombstone was an important big city, and in later years, all very interesting to see. If you like history be sure to come here.
The museum was ok, but we were there to see the famous Rose Tree. I'm not so sure it was worth the money and would probably skip it. the tree although was massive there wasn't any roses on it . I'm sure its a right time of the year thing. The guy working the front desk seemed annoyed to have... More
The museum was ok, but maily we were there to see the famous Rose Tree. I'm not so sure it was worth the money and would probably skip it. The guy working the front desk seemed annoyed to have to deal with us and was far from friendly and inviting. He needs to work on his cusomer service skills!
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