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The weather in Bisbee
This is the climate diagram in Bisbee. In the next 6 months, June will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Bisbee, with temperatures going under 28° July is the wettest month.
Feel like Copper Queens and Kings in Bisbee, Arizona
Immerse yourself in history when you book a cottage, bungalow or a spacious villa in the historic mining town of Bisbee.
Charisma of copper
The discovery of copper secured Bisbee a spot on the map. Nowhere else in town is this more apparent than The Queen Mine, where former miners take visitors on daily tram rides through the tunnels of the mountain, pointing out mineral threads in the rock, explaining antiquated mining methods, and rehashing life underground.
Not far from the mine, one will find "Virile Man", a New Deal sculpture erected in 1935 by R. Phillips Sanderson. The concrete structure is covered with a thin layer of the reddish metal and has since become an Americana attraction that transformed Bisbee into an artistic community.
Fables of the American Southwest
Just an hour's drive, through the unparalleled Sonoran Desert, is the storied town of Tombstone, AZ. Doc Holliday and the Earp Brothers ran this town in the late 1880s, epitomizing the gun-slingin' West. Here, one will find the O.K. Corral, Big Nose Kate's, the kitschy Historama, and an original Boot Hill.
Getting active in Bisbee
The evening comes alive every second Saturday with Bisbee after Dark, when artist galleries extend their hours, musicians line the streets, and vendors sell their wares. With the staggered backdrop of the mountains, the scene is almost magical.
If you are a rockhound or love digging in the dirt, don't miss the annual Turquoise Hunt in April. Every year, the Queen Mine lets visitors dig through mine shaft #7 in search of Bisbee's famous turquoise! For the less adventurous, there is also a cleaner version of panning through rock water.
Active travelers not forgotten, Bisbee's 1000 offers a workout that includes strength, sweat, and scenery. The annual event leads walkers and runners the through the winding, multi-level streets of Bisbee in the October air. Locals and visitors flock to this unusual event.
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