Buffalo Soldier Historic Sites Tour, Fort Huachuca, Arizona
Learn more about the renowned Buffalo Soldiers, the All-Black unit stationed on Fort Huachuca in the late 1800s through the turn of the 20th Century, by taking a tour on the Fort.
Tombstone Day Trip
Relive the legends of one of the Wild West's most famous towns Tombstone, Arizona, known as "The Town too Tough to Die." Visit the OK Corral, Birdcage Theatre, Big Nose Kate's Saloon and more!
Perched on the side of Cleopatra Hill in the Mingus Mountains, Jerome was the third-largest city in Arizona during mining's heyday, known far and wide for its wild saloons and raucous inhabitants. In the 1960s, this mile-high town was reinvented by artists as an enclave of studios, shops and galleries.
With sweeping views of the entire Verde Valley, today's Jerome welcomes history buffs and art lovers alike with its handmade feel and variety of wonderful restaurants, charming lodging and dozens of eclectic, artistic shops. With a population of four hundred, Jerome welcomes visitors to enjoy its cool artistic vibe and rich mining history.
For Visitors Information:
P. O. Box K
Jerome, AZ 86331
- County: Yavapai
- Year of Incorporation: 1899
- Elevation: 5,240
- Population: 400