Closer Than You Think
If you’re a fan of Westworld, then you’re likely familiar with the advanced technology used in the TV show. While society may be crawling closer and closer to achieving such feats of technology, it’s certainly not ready yet. As such, if you want to indulge in those fantasies of belonging in the wild west and exploring your inner cowboy or cowgirl, you’ll need to find a place that offers reenactments of the famed time period. One of the most famous Wild West showdowns occurred at the O.K. Corral between Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. At the location today, you can actually find an OK corral reenactment that takes place daily.
Be A Part Of History
Whether you want to dress up like the prime days of the Wild West or just take photos of the reenactors and enjoy the O.K. Corral grounds, the exhibit is open for your enjoyment. As mentioned before, there are a few showings of the famous fight between Earp and Holliday every day that you can watch and photograph. This slice of western life has everything you could want for a taste of the wild west. They even have a blacksmith who can forge your name in a horseshoe or a customized branding iron. The site also has a museum devoted to the O.K Corral and the murders that took place there. There’s also a mining site where you can attempt to mine for gemstones or visit the cowboy bunkhouse which boasts authentic cowboy paraphernalia. There’s also a few shows that go over the history of O.K. Corral and Tombstone.
Fun For Everyone
Whether you’re a fan yourself or one of your children has taken a taste for cowboys, visiting O.K. Corral at Tombstone is a must. It’s handicap accessible, so everyone can visit and take part in the rich history. Bring the whole family and see how technology has changed in just over two centuries. It may just help kids appreciate what they have now.