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Charlie MacNeil, SASS #48580

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We’re sightseeing our way from Tombstone back up to Phoenix and spent today at Old Tucson. Between the shows and just the general stuff to do it was $21.95 plus tax per person well spent!

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7 minutes ago, Charlie MacNeil, SASS #48580 said:

We’re sightseeing our way from Tombstone back up to Phoenix and spent today at Old Tucson. Between the shows and just the general stuff to do it was $21.95 plus tax per person well spent!

If you're talking about the Old Tucson studios, you can wear your SASS duds, including guns, and get in for free with your membership card.  The Sonora Desert Museum is another great stop just a couple miles away from the studios that is well worth the time.

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That’s the place. Couldn’t find my badge so I went in non cowboy duds. Had a great day!

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13 minutes ago, Charlie MacNeil, SASS #48580 said:

That’s the place. Couldn’t find my badge so I went in non cowboy duds. Had a great day!

I went some years ago and had a great time as well.  

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1 hour ago, Jailhouse Jim, SASS #13104 said:

If you're talking about the Old Tucson studios, you can wear your SASS duds, including guns, and get in for free with your membership card.  The Sonora Desert Museum is another great stop just a couple miles away from the studios that is well worth the time.


 

That is very cool.

Cat Brules

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Blue Hare and I went there before we headed to boarder town.  We wore our cowboy gear with guns. Had a guy thought we worked there and had us "arrest" him to have a picture taken with him. :) People would ask us for directions and what time the stunt show starts (2:30) in case you wondering. I got to be in the stunt show which was really cool to do. We had a great time there.

 

Gray Hare

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Nice place to visit.  It's only a small part of what it was, having experienced a major fire (possibly arson) in 1995.  If you want to see what it looked like when it was brand new watch Arizona (1940) will Bill Holden.  Part of Tombstone was filmed there, as was the Will Smith version of Wild Wild West, all before the fire.

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I showed up there in 2000 wearing cowboy duds, everyone wanted to take pics with me, my wife was amused! The place is great, MANY MANY shows and movies filmed there and in the surrounding area. Highly recommend visiting when returning from Tombstone.

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