Good Enough Mine Tour

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Ed Schieffelin's first mining claim way back in 1877 was named "Tombstone" because he was told that's all he'd find in that parched desert wasteland. His second claim was named "good enough" because he hit silver ore and that was good enough for him! Eventually silver prices dropped and the mines were used as garbage dumps and sealed shut. The Good Enough Mine in Tombstone was eventually resurrected as a tourist attraction in 2007 where tourists wearing miner helmets get to descend down into the main mining shaft as your guide voices all the facts you'll need to know about the mine and it's miners.