Area Attractions

Bisbee was once considered the largest city between St. Louis and San Francisco in the late 1800′s boasting the largest producing Copper Mine in the world. It still has ample historic sites to pique any history buffs’ interest. Our excellent downtown location allows you to easily walk to and explore all the wonders of this unique western city and its’ one of kind shops, art galleries, museums, restaurants, pubs and tourist attractions.

Explore Bisbee’s rich copper mining history and Bisbee specimens can be found in museums worldwide. Turquoise Valley is the oldest continuously-operating golf course to enjoy.Sip your way through Arizona’s Wine Country after touring the “live” caves at Kartchner Caverns State Park.Witness the annual gathering of Sandhill Cranes at Whitewater Draw or count the record varieties of Hummingbirds in Ramsey Canyon. Shop for original works of art and eclectic antiques as you immerse yourself in the true ambiance and lore of the American West. All these opportunities and more are a short journey from your accommodations at the San Jose Lodge Restaurant & Lounge.

Let us guide you to the best tours in Bisbee, such as the Lavender Jeep Tours, the Queen Mine Tour, historic walking tours, birding and photography tours and even ghost tours.
Historic Bisbee
Queen Mine Tours
Mining Museum
Stroll up the main street or Brewery Gulch
Walking tours of Old Homes and Historic points of interest
Lavender Jeep Tours
Old Bisbee Gost Tours
Turquoise Valley Golf Course (open year round)
Trolley Tour in Tombstone
World’s Larges Rose Bush
Chirichua Mountains (wonderland of rocks)
Antique Shops
Slaughter Ranch
San Pedro River
Bird watching
Drive to Douglas and cross the border in Agua Prieta, Sonora
Coronado National Memorial
Our Lady of Sierras Shrines
Ramsey Canyon Preserve
Fort Huachuca
Kartchner Caverns State Park