Links To Local Activities

People come to Bisbee and School House Inn B&B for a variety of reasons, We have hosted weddings, family reunions, company retreats and people just looking for some quiet time. No matter what your reason we will do everything we can to make your stay with us as enjoyable as possible. We have collected a list of events that may be helpful in planning your next stay here. Please let us know how we can help. Thank You for visiting our site!

Tours

Southern Arizona Adventures
phone: 520-432-9058
toll-free: 800-319-7377
eMail: arizonatour@cableone.net
Van tours, backpacking, mountain biking

Queen Mine Tours
phone: 520-432-2071
toll-free: 866-432-2071
fax: 520-432-5191
eMail: queenminetour@cityofbisbee.com
Grab a hard-hat and rain slicker and ride a mine train into a historic mine.

eMail: Lavender Jeep Tours
phone: 520-432-5369
6 Historic Bisbee Tours, all on paved roads

Athletics

Bisbee 1000 Stair Climb
The 1000 stair climb is an annual event that draws participants far and wide. The stairs are unique to Bisbee. They are a system of old and deteriorating stairways that course up and through its picturesque hills, affording views of the town’s quaint houses and colorful gardens. The stairways originally followed the mule paths worn into the terrain during the heyday of Bisbee’s copper mining past. To put men back to work during the Great Depression, the Work Projects Administration (WPA) had overseen building of the stairs over those same pathways. Proceeds are used to repair and maintain the stairs.

Bird Watching

Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory
phone: 520-432-1388
eMail: sabo@sabo.org
Providing walks, tours and workshops to advocate on behalf of environmental and conservation programs and work toward international ecotourism

Golf

Turquoise Valley Golf
phone: 520- 432-3091
eMail: golfer@turquoisevalley.com
Founded in 1908, Turquoise Valley is considered Arizona’s oldest continuously operating golf course. It began as a 9 hole course played twice from different tee boxes. In January of 1999 the “back nine” was officially opened and is a true desert course. It features a par 6, 747 yard hole, the longest in Arizona!

Museums

Muheim Heritage House Museum
phone: 520-432-7698
National Historic site was built by Joseph and Carmelita Muheim built in 1898

Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
phone: 520-432-7071
eMail: info@bisbeemuseum.org
The Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum is a member of the Smithsonian Institute’s Affiliation Program

Important Bisbee Links

Bisbee Arizona

Discover Bisbee

Sage Blossom Consulting
Kit Cassingham, Member ISHC
phone: 970-626-2277
eMail: Kit@TheBAndBLady.com

These activates are not associated with School House Inn B&B in any way and are provided here for informational purposes only. School House Inn B&B is not compensated in any way for providing this information and we reserve the right to remove any or all of it at our discretion.