What's up in Bisbee

Events and Attractions

Discover Bisbee: http://www.discoverbisbee.com/
Bisbee Enclave: http://www.bisbeeenclave.com/
Chamber of Commerce: http://www.bisbeearizona.com
Cochise County visitors: http://www.visitcochisecounty.com/
Cochise County Land of Legends: http://www.explorecochise.com

BISBEE 1000 - Stair Climb
Every October - The 5k That Feels Like A 10k!!! This 20th annual event can be a challenging competitive run or a leisurely explorative walk of Bisbee’s 1000+ stairs.

Bisbee Blues Festival
Last week of September.

Annual Southwest Wings Festival
Every August

Brewery Gulch Daze
Labor day weekend in the gulch. Music, vendors and children's games all day!

Bisbee Farmers Market
Every Saturday morning from the end of April through the middle of November.

Turquoise Valley Golf
The oldest continuously operated golf course in Arizona. Home of the 747 yard "Rattler!"  The only Par 6 and the longest golf hole in Arizona.

Bisbee after 5
Town-wide ART WALK with over 30 Shops and Galleries that stay open until 8 PM every second Saturday each month- include Special Sales, Live Entertainment, Refreshments, and Artist Receptions throughout Historic Bisbee.

Old Bisbee Ghost Tour
A walking tour through Old Bisbee’s streets, stairways, and old alleys after dark on an adventure to discover and learn about the ghosts that haunt this hundred twenty five-year-old town.

Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum

Queen Mine Tour
Website: www.queenminetour.com

Dining and Food Shops

High Desert Market
Full lunch menu and great takeout dinner specials every night of the week. Shopping for market foods and gifts. Located across from the Iron Man in Historic Old Bisbee. Open seven days a week. Website has daily specials listings

Lunch or dinner and bar.

Bisbee Food Coop
72 Erie Street adjacent to the traffic circle Phone number: (520) 432-4011

Cafe Roka
Great Dinner and friendly bar on Main Street

Santiagos’s Mexican
Lunch or dinner and bar.

The Charm of Bisbee


Once known as "the Queen of the Copper Camps", this Old West mining camp proved to be one of the richest mineral sites in the world, producing nearly three million ounces of gold and more than eight billion pounds of copper, not to mention the silver, lead and zinc that came from these rich Mule Mountains. By the early 1900s, the Bisbee community was the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco.