The Tombstone Epitaph ® Newspaper Museum

When visiting Tombstone, the site where its newspaper is published is a must-see!

The Tombstone Epitaph ® Newspaper Museum

The Tombstone Epitaph is Arizona's oldest newspaper and is still published today. Click here to subscribe!

Visit The Tombstone Epitaph newspaper museum to read the paper's original reports of the Gunfight. Learn how newspapers were printed in the 1880s. The museum is free and is open from 9:30 am to 5 pm. Your O.K. Corral ticket includes the 1881 reprint of The Tombstone Epitaph newspaper with original reports of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

The Epitaph Museum is 1½ blocks from the O.K. Corral, behind the Crystal Palace Saloon at 11 South Fifth Street. For more information about this famous Old West newspaper go to

Ticket Information

With a $10 ticket, you can see the Gunfight reenactment in the Streets of Tombstone Theater, tour the O.K. Corral Historic Complex, watch the Tombstone's Historama show, and receive a free copy of the 1881 reprint of The Tombstone Epitaph newspaper containing original reports of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Without the reenactment, admission costs $6. Kids 5 years old and younger are free. Your ticket gives you all-day access to the O.K. Corral grounds. There are no discounts. You can pay with cash, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. An ATM is available onsite for a fee of $2.50.

Additional Information

Tombstone is an exciting Old West small town with no stop lights. All the historic sites except Boothill Cemetery are located within five minutes walking distance of each other in the three-block historic area and are handicap accessible. A wheelchair is available at the O.K. Corral if needed.

If you want to read about Tombstone before you visit, one of the best books about Tombstone, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral is And Die in the West: The Story of the O.K. Corral Gunfight by Paula Mitchell Marks. Unbiased in its approach, it describes the years from Tombstone's discovery in 1877 until Wyatt Earp's death in 1929.

The Tombstone Epitaph Museum staff: Bonnie and Scott

Administrative staff: Bob (President), Evans (Webmaster), Gina (Accountant)