Bird Cage Theatre
Located in: Cochise County
Step back in time to the Old West... The Bird Cage Theatre is an experience you will never forget. Preserved since 1881. Nationally known historic Old West landmark. Site of 16 gunfights, 26 killings, refrain of "Bird in a Gilded Cage" song. Open to the public year-round, daily, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Tombstone, Arizona. The place has a reputation of being Haunted. Who knows, those poor souls that were murdered inside, may be ghosts still playing poker with a lady on their laps.
- #2 of 32 things to do in Tombstone
- Show Reviews
Like haunted history, buckle up and beware!
Bird Cage is one of the few buildings in Tombstone that wasn't destroyed by fire, still original. Steeped in history and ghosty encounters, the tour will surely grab your attention. I love this stuff...
An interesting glimpse into history
Tombstone as a whole is fun but cheesy, and most of what we saw was not really worth the price of admission. The exception, and highlight of our visit, was exploring the historic (and supposedly...
There are some interesting artifacts here, but it's not worth the admission price. Take a walking tour of the town instead. You will learn about the Birdcage and other places that way and get more...
- Wheelchair Accessible