Copper Queen Hotel

A landmark in Bisbee, this historic hotel is a testament to the town’s mining heritage and provides ghost-hunting visitors the chance to encounter the paranormal!

The Shady Dell

Enjoy a nostalgic experience in these popular vintage trailer accommodations, where guests embrace all things retro without sacrificing modern comforts.

Canyon Rose Suites

 If you’re looking for a centrally located stay with modern amenities, Canyon Rose Suites is the spot for you. All of Bisbee’s charm will be at your fingertips!

Multi-Use Business Center

There is a multitude of home-based businesses in Bisbee and owner/operators would love a vibrant co-op space with networking opportunities, pooled business resources, and a much-needed conference room.

Bisbee Seance Room

Enter magic Kenny Bang Bang’s victorian parlor to get whisked back in time. Visitors will meet some of the town’s most infamous ghosts in this one-hour seance. Is it a display of parlor tricks or truly paranormal? You be the judge.

Copper Queen Mine Tour

The Copper Queen Mine Tour transports visitors back in time to where it all began. Experience what it was like to work 1,500 feet underground on this excellent one-hour mine tunnel tour, available seven days a week.

The Concrete, “Iron Man” of Bisbee

Standing nine feet tall and weighing over 2,000 pounds, this iconic figure towers over the Courthouse Plaza to symbolize the city’s turbulent mining history. The sculpture was created in 1935 as a tribute to the miners who built the town.

Thuy’s Noodle Shop

Just inside the door, a piece of paper states, “I drove 3,700 miles for Thuy’s” which sums up the quality of food you’re about to eat at this hidden gem. Specializing in Pho, Thuy’s also serves up other authentic Vietnamese items.