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Museum in Tombstone, Arizona
HOURS & LOCATION
Regular Hours – Sun-Fri 11 am to 5 pm Sat 10 am to 5:30 pm
Blooming Season (March 11-April 29) High winds and heat have ended the blooming season. The tree is no longer blooming for 2019.
Admission: $5 per person
Children under 14 free with an adult
The Rose Tree Museum is located one block South of Historic Allen Street at:
118 S. 4th St.
Experience the beauty of the World’s Largest Rose Tree and the museum dedicated to one of Tombstone’s oldest families.
Suites coming in Fall 2019
The World’s Largest Rose Tree was planted, and now grows behind, what was known as the Arcade Boarding House and later the Rose Tree Inn. The family is bringing back the the opportunity to stay at the museum and relax under the Rose Tree by opening two overnight suites. These unique units will be available for rent in the late Fall of 2019. Please consider staying at the Rose Tree the next time you are in Tombstone. Check back here for opening and booking dates.
Whether you’re a rose lover, a history buff, or just someone looking for a shady spot to sit a spell, the Rose Tree Museum will fit the bill, and you just might learn something about life beyond the gunfight. Step into the 1880’s at the Rose Tree Museum, and get to know the pioneer families who settled Tombstone, Arizona and made it the ‘Town Too Tough to Die.’
The museum is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas days.
The 2020 Rose Festival will take place April 10th – 12th. The event is well worth the visit.
118 S 4th St
- (520) 457-3326