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An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, this small rural museum chronicles the history of the historic mining town of Bisbee through a rich display of artifacts, photographs and interesting displays.
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This is a very interesting little museum off the Main Street. Filled with lots of history of the area, antiques, and displays. We really enjoyed our visit. My grandson’s favorite was the 2 headed goat head mount.
Very interesting museum that tells the story of mining in Bisbee & the building of the town. If you visit be sure to go to the 2nd floor. The displays attempted to depict the life they lived. Lots of pictures. If you're interested in their...More
My wife I were exploring Bisbee after taking the Queen mine tour and literally tripped over this place at the bottom of the hill. I was hesitant about going, but after the nice lady at the desk gave us a quick background I opted to...More
A great museum that is "hands on" for the kids and adults too. We learned a lot from the nice lady at the front door and proceeded on our self-paced tour of the museum. There is a lot of history in this little gem and...More
Fantastic exhibits and information. We spent several hours and saw every exhibit. Very nice gift shop also. We bought a CD audio memoir of 89 people who lived through the rise & fall of one of the worlds richest copper mining towns and helped it...More