About Bisbee Visitor Center
Bisbee Visitor Center
Nestled among the Mule Mountains, Bisbee, a historic gem in Cochise County, Arizona, is just 90 miles southeast of Tucson. Established in 1880, the town's growth was fueled by a thriving mining industry that capitalized on its copper and precious metal resources. Bisbee's meticulously preserved early-twentieth-century downtown now attracts global visitors who admire its historical architecture, welcoming atmosphere, and pleasant climate. Serving as an ideal base for exploration, Bisbee accommodates a diverse range of interests, from birding and hiking to wine tasting and music appreciation, all within the culturally and biologically rich "Sky Islands" region. Unveil your true self, find inspiration, and rejuvenate in Bisbee's embrace, where history and natural beauty intertwine.
Situated among the Mule Mountains, Bisbee in Cochise County, Arizona, stands as a testament to history and natural splendor. With its origins dating back to 1880, the town thrived as a mining hub, fueled by rich copper and precious metal deposits. Today, Bisbee's impeccably preserved early-twentieth-century downtown draws global travelers who seek its historical charm, friendly ambience, and moderate climate. Serving as a convenient launchpad for diverse interests such as birding, hiking, and cultural exploration, Bisbee's allure extends to the captivating "Sky Islands" region, celebrated for its ecological and cultural diversity. Embrace self-discovery, draw inspiration, and bask in the enriching essence of Bisbee, where heritage converges with natural elegance.