Since 1880, The Tombstone Epitaph newspaper, which covered Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral®, has been the voice of the Old West. Today The Tombstone Epitaph National Edition brings you the history of Tombstone and the Wild West every month. Each monthly issue delivers rich stories and illustrations about lawmen and outlaws, soldiers and Indians, settlers and towns, inventions and intrigues, frontier cookery, western humor and western travels.See The Tombstone Epitaph and all Tombstone has to offer by arranging your trip with our Tombstone route tool .
The Tombstone Epitaph Reviews
The Epitaph Museum shows you the area where Tombstone’s Newspaper was printed. They have examples of printers, type and setting, as well as old newspaper articles. It’s a cute little place to stop int... more »
As a retired newspaperman, in an era when newspapers are struggling to survive, I looked forward to visiting the home of the Tombstone Epitaph in Tombstone, Arizona. The oldest continuously published ... more »
Wow! It is incredible when you realize how they used to print the Newspaper. The museum is free, small, but very interesting. It displays the original equipment used to print the newspaper back in the 1800s along with the history of Tombstone editor and Geronimo! We were welcomed by a lovely sweet lady. There is a small gift shop as well. We got a free copy of the newspaper edition included with the purchase of our OK Corral Show. However, there are a few different copies of the newspaper available for purchase too. Don't miss it. Amazing Experience and full of pieces of information.
Went to pick up my newspaper, the young lady there was so experienced and knowledgeable that I really felt like I learned more there than I did in the rest of my stay in Tombstone. Awesome job
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