We spent the better part of a day touring Bisbee and the surrounding area. It is situated in a canyon in southern Arizona with beautiful mountains all around. The narrow streets, left from the old days, add to the uniqueness of the town.
Here are a few photos to show you Bisbee today, a town filled with artists and quaint shops, restaurants and lodging of all kinds.
Just outside of town, we drove up a mountain to enjoy the outstanding views.
Bisbee was born in the late 1800s after the discovery of copper and other minerals in the area. The mine finally closed down in 1975.
Bisbee is yet another Arizona gem.
2 comments on “Bisbee, Arizona, the Queen of the Copper Camps”
There’s seemingly an endless amount of adventure out there!
It’s true. We have an amazing country, ready to be seen and enjoyed.
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