Come on down to the West’s most historic town and enjoy the warm hospitality of the Elliott’s, who dreamed of this museum for years before making it a reality. Admission is extremely reasonable and the Elliott’s always encourage their guests to "come and go" all day - even if "they just want to dodge in and use the restroom!" Stephen Elliott, President and curator of the museum is always on hand to answer questions and often leads interested history buffs on a private tour of his vast collection.
Tombstone’s rarest photo known to have surfaced to date : The Clantons and the McLaury’s pose for the photographer on their horses. This is the only known photo of Billy Clanton while he was alive. He was killed in the OK Corral shoot-out.
160 antique firearms on display - including the rarest Henry known to exist. This unfinished rifle is stamped "Reject Jan. 7, 1862" and was mounted into a walnut board for display. Could it have hung over Oliver Winchester’s desk?
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