Just a 90-minute drive from Arizona’s southern gem of Tucson, a mere stone’s throw to caverns, historical sites, and the famous ghost town of Tombstone, Arizona—discover the unique charm of Bisbee. Once a copper mining boom-town known as The Queen of the Copper Camps, it is surrounded by rusty red ravines that cascade from the mineral rich Mule Mountains. Pristine preserved Victorian-era architecture cradle this quaint Cochise County destination in the fabric of our nation’s early mining traditions. Yet, thanks to tasteful and respectful renovations, visitors can experience the past with all the modern day comforts of fine dining, eclectic shopping, sophisticated art galleries, and, of course, luxury accommodations.