Duron’s El Zarape Grill
BY MIKE PUCKETT
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The Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park is pretty amazing. To think that over 100 years ago men were tried and hung in gallows here is pretty eerie. The museum is filled with law artifacts as well as other historical items from Tombstone’s history. It was raining when we walked up to the beautiful historic building and that really set the tone for what we were about to experience.
The two story building was built in 1882 and contains many offices, courtrooms and the legendary jail of course. One of the coolest parts of the experience is the gallows, which have been reconstructed to give you an idea of what it would have looked like to horse thieves and other criminals that might have seen this area before they were hung.
You will have a great time looking at all the historic artifacts throughout the courthouse and like many other places in town, you will enjoy the rich history this building contains. The courthouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Place in 1972. We recommend you take the time to mosey on over to the courthouse and take it all in as you will be very glad you did!
PHOTOGRAPHY: MIKE PUCKETT
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