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Artemizia Foundation

27 Main Street

Artemizia Foundation is a not-for-profit contemporary international art museum located in the heart of historic Old Bisbee. The Foundation creates connections through stimulating conversations and programs designed to effect lasting, transformative impact. Experience cutting edge artwork by some of the most important artists in the world today including Banksy, Swoon, de Kooning, Tracey Emin, Ai Weiwei, Mr. Brainwash, Andy Warhol, Kerry James Marshall, Yayoi Kusama, Blek le Rat, Kara Walker, Jeff Koons, Jenny Saville, Robert Longo and many more. Artemizia Foundation's collection is curated by founder and director Sloane Bouchever. Tickets must be booked in advance.

2pm tours Fridays + Saturdays


Central School Project

43 Howell Avenue


Central School Project is a non-profit arts and cultural center with the three-fold mission of providing affordable creative space to working artists, preserving and adapting the historic Central School building as a cultural center, and fostering appreciation of the arts in the Bisbee community.

Open during events


Queen Mine Tour

478 N Dart Rd


Outfitted in hard hat, miner’s headlamp and a yellow slicker, thousands of Bisbee visitors ride into the Queen Mine Tour each year—heading underground and back in time. Tour guides, retired Phelps Dodge employees, lead the group 1,500 feet into the mine and recount mining days, techniques, dangers and drama. Adding a personal touch, the miner-turned-tour guides help visitors experience what it was like to work underground.

Tours depart each day, seven days a week, from the Queen Mine Tour Building, located immediately south of Bisbee Arts & Culture District, off the U.S. 80 interchange.

Open Daily 9am - 3:30pm


Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum

No. 5 Copper Queen Plaza


Once known as "The Queen of the Copper Camps", Bisbee nestles among the Mule Mountains of southeast Arizona, world renowned for its diverse minerals and wealth of copper. Although its mines closed in the 1970s, the town's legacy has been preserved not only in its architectural and mining landscape, but in a museum that has welcomed, educated, and entertained hundreds of thousands of visitors.

Once the corporate headquarters of the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company, the Museum is at the center of town and at the heart of its history.

What's more, the Museum is the first rural affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution nationwide, forming a partnership between the nation's largest museum and one of its smallest.

Friday - Sunday, 10:00 – 4:00 , M- Th call for appointment


Copper Queen Library

6 Main Street


Originally located in a corner of the company store across the street, The Copper Queen was the first public library in Arizona. The current structure, built in 1905-06, is notable for its prominent three story high arches. The ground floor is occupied by the town's central post office, the second and third floors by the Bisbee Public Library. Its collections range from the original Pritchard donation of some 400 classic volumes to the most current titles (including print, audio, video, and electronic) in art, literature, history, politics, medicine, science, and popular culture. Friends of the Copper Queen Library is an association that sponsors educational and volunteer programs in connection with and support of the Library.

Monday - Tuesday Noon - 7pm, Wednesday - Friday 10am - 5pm, Saturday 10am - 2pm


The Jonquil Motel

317 Tombstone Canyon


Book your next event at the Jonquil. Our fenced, one-acre backyard is perfect for weddings, family gatherings, concerts, parties and more!


Bisbee Restoration Museum

37 Main Street


The Bisbee Restoration Museum is truly the People's Museum as all the items in the museum have been donated by people who lived in Bisbee, or their families. Experience a unique cross section of Bisbee through the years. The museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is run by volunteers. All donations and sales from their small gift shop goes directly back into the museum.

Thursday - Monday 10am to 3pm


Muheim Heritage House

207 Youngblood Hill


This lovely heritage home museum was built by Joseph and Carmelita Muheim. A National Historic site with Queen Anne architectural influences, the home was enlarged from 1898 through 1915 as the family grew. Docents provide guided tours through the restored interior with its period furnishings. From the gardens you can enjoy an impressive panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and hillside homes on Brewery Gulch.
The Muheim Heritage House is available for special events such as small weddings, receptions, and other intimate gatherings.

Open Daily 10am - 2pm or by appointment

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