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Bisbee, Arizona
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Welcome to the Bisbee Buzz. The Bisbee Buzz is one of our featured locations. We provide Bisbee information and trivia for visitors, locals and anyone else curious about Arizona. The Bisbee attractions page provides a variety of places to visit and explore. Learn more about Bisbee by following our links below. Click here for a map of Bisbee, Arizona.

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Buzzin Basics
Bisbee’s population: 6,090 (2000)

Elevation: 5,300 feet

Established in 1880
Incorporated in 1905

Coldest month: January (average low temperature: 33.7 F degrees)
Hottest month: June (average high temperature: 89.9 F degrees)
Buzzin Trivia
Bisbee was the greatest of the Western mining towns. It was called the Billion Dollar Copper Camp because when the mines closed down in 1975, Bisbee had produced over 6 billion dollars worth of ore – mostly copper, but also huge amounts of gold and silver.

Founded in 1880, the town was named for Judge Dewitt Bisbee of San Francisco, a big financial backer of the Copper Queen, an incredibly rich mine in the area. It’s said that he never set foot in the town that bears his... Read more >>
Buzzin Attractions
  • Copper Queen Mine
  • Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum
  • Turquoise Valley Golf & RV Park
  • Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory
  • Southern Arizona Adventures
  • Bisbee Trolley Tours
  • Copper Queen Library
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