Join us for an Old West tour filled with tales from our Territorial Arizona’s historic district in the evening of Oct. 29. In theatrical style, hear recounts of actual sightings, documented history, and portrayals that bring to life (and death) a time gone by. With Globe Arizona’s Old West bawdy past, it is no wonder why we tout a great deal of unexplained activity. Is it the Copper in our soil, is it the unrest of our mined earth, or is it much more? As featured at two different locations by Travel Channel’s hit show: “Ghost Adventures.” Come see for yourself. Be our guests for the evening, walking Globe’s historic downtown for a first-hand experience of the history, the mysterious, and the unexplained.
Brought to you by the Globe Downtown Association, the CVCA’s Copper Cities Community Players, and their partners, this approximately 2-hr walking tour brings history back to life.
Tickets: $20/per person.
Note: Tickets will be sold both online and at the door; choosing the online option lets you pre-pick your approximate launch window. All walk-up guests will be feathered in with the pre-sale tickets.
About your tour:
Guests move from lantern-lit location to location, departing from the 1916 Globe Train Depot. Tours start consistently 6-8 p.m. Look for our “EVENT-SPECIFIC” ticket station and line up at the Train Depot.
This tour involves stairs, alleys, uneven pavement surfaces, and a shuttle to bring you back to the starting point at the end of your tour. Please wear comfortable, closed-toed shoes, and bring a flashlight. (Note: Face coverings are not required but encouraged for the indoor parts to this tour). Some of the historic buildings you will be touring are the 1916 Globe Train Depot Complex, the 1910 Territorial Sheriff’s Office and Jail, and the 1906 Territorial Gila County Courthouse.
Children under 10 are allowed in free with a paid adult, with the understanding of tour subject matter; please use parental discretion. For our ADA option for the tour, please understand that we work with volunteers for this fundraising event and will try our best to accommodate any last-minute needs. Please arrange with our office before the tour date, for anything more specific.
Brought to you by the Globe Downtown Association 501c-6 non-profit, and its partners. Special thanks to the Cobre Valley Center for the Arts, Copper Cities Community Players, the City of Globe, Bullion Plaza Museum, Gila County Historical Museum, Copper Mountain Transit, the 1916 Train Depot Complex, the 1910 Gila County Sheriff’s Office and Jail, countless volunteers and supporters, and you, our guests for your financial donations via ticket purchases.
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