Stay here to visit Bisbee
A scenic drive of 42 miles takes you to the town of Bisbee. Once known as "Queen of the Mining Camps", Bisbee is nestled in the Mule Mountains at a cool 5300-foot elevation. Founded in 1880, this quaint and historic mining community is the county seat of Cochise County and home to one of the world’s largest open pit copper mines. A thriving community today Bisbee has become a haven for artists, poets, writers and healers. Bisbee offers something for everyone; visit unique shops, restaurants, art galleries, museums, or a Repertory Theater, take the "Queen Mine" tour, see turn of the century architecture, or go to the awesome "Lavender Pit", source of beautiful "Bisbee Blue" turquoise. For more information call the Bisbee Chamber of Commerce at 520-432-5421 or toll free 1-866-2BISBEE.