517 East Allen St, Tombstone Arizona 85638
520-457-3421 Toll Free: 800-457-3423
The Bird Cage Theatre opened in December of 1881 and closed its doors in 1889. During its short business life, the Bird Cage was one of the wildest places in the west. The Bird Cage is named after its thirteen little cribs that hang from the ceiling where ladies of the night plied their trades. Twenty dollars a night, would buy a gentlemen a bottle of whiskey and a lady for the night. Different from the way Hollywood has portrayed it, no respectable lady would have ever entered the Bird Cage. The longest single poker game in history was played in the basement gaming area.
This nationally known historic Old West Landmark has been preserved. It was the site of 16 gunfights, 26 killings and the refrain of the "Bird in a Gilded Cage" song.
Other History nearby:
(Tucson) 390th Memorial Museum
(Tombstone) Bird Cage Theatre
(Bisbee) Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
(Tombstone) Boothill Graveyard & Gift Shop
(Fort Huachuca) Fort Huachuca Museum
(Tucson) Mission San Xavier del Bac
01/20 Coming to The Tombstone area
Marana Main Street Festival Marana AZ April6 Located downtown at Marana Main Street and Civic Center Drive, between the Marana Municipal Complex and the Marana Health Center. There will be:
Concert (Saturday night),
Pancake breakfast (Sunday), and
RV boondocking (Friday-Sunday).
Tucson Greek Festival Tucson AZ September26-29 Of course, there is live Greek music, dancing, and our exquisite food. But there is even more for you to explore. There are different cooking demonstrations every day so that you can learn to replicate our pastries and delicious meals at home.