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Of course, it isn't just buildings and attractions that make a city special — there's also the people who call it home. Here, there's 44,000 of them.
This destination is situated 170 miles from the state capital, Phoenix, and 25 miles from Saint David.
Time to spoil the kids? Everyone is sure to have a wonderful time at the Beatty's Miller Canyon Apiary & Orchard.
Can you recognise your pino grigio from your sauvignon blanc? Whether you're a wine collector or a novice who simply enjoys a nice drop, you can learn about the local blends at the Arizona Hops and Vines and the Wilhelm Family Vineyards. For an even greater insight into the art of winemaking, you can also tour the Dos Cabezas WineWorks and the Sonoita Vineyards.
Ditch your shoes and feel the cool grass under your feet at a green oasis like the Coronado National Memorial or Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park. There's also a good deal of fun to be had at Ramsey Canyon Preserve and Roadside Rest.
When it comes to really discovering a place, there's nothing like gleaning a bit of local knowledge. Whatever you're on the lookout for, the helpful staff at Tombstone Visitor and Information Center will be able to guide you in the right direction.
Keep your eyes peeled for native birdlife as you sit reflectively by the water's edge at Parker Canyon Lake.
You probably already know about its best shopping centres or squares, but don't forget that Sierra Vista has some pleasant natural sanctuaries too. Arizona Folklore Preserve and Coronado Peak Trail are two to keep in the front of your mind. Two additional areas to take a look at are Coronado Cave and Brown's Canyon Trail.
If you want to expand your mind or just find shelter from a rainy day, the Birdcage Theater and Boothill Graveyard ought to be on your list. Enquire about guided tours or study the captivating displays at your own pace. Museum buffs also need to check out the Bisbee Mining and Historical Museum and the Rose Tree Museum.
Let your eyes roam around the art-filled galleries of the PanTerra Gallery. Once you're finished soaking up the impressive displays, why not grab a coffee from a nearby café?
Enjoy an eye-opening journey into yesteryear at the Fort Huachuca Museum and the Muheim Heritage House. Both attractions pride themselves on making the city's vivid history entertaining and appealing to audiences.
To properly comprehend the background of Sierra Vista, take time to visit the Big Nose Kates and the Queen Mine. What not also stop by the O.K. Corral and the Good Enough Mine?
Add a little spirituality to your escape by stopping at Our Lady of the Sierras Shrine and Sacred Heart Catholic Church, two historic sacred sites.
If you happen to be walking past Ed Schieffelin Monument or Bisbee World War II Memorial, make sure you stop and reflect for a minute or two. It's also worth researching the histories of these structures.
One of the area's most well-known tertiary institutions, the University of Arizona South is worth your time. Enquire about group tours, admire the contemporary architecture and have a chat to a few students about campus life.
If you're keen to give your wallet a bit of exercise, make your way to The Mall At Sierra Vista. From the latest clothing trends to the basics, you're certain to come upon something to spend that extra holiday pay on.
If you're wanting to enjoy a day on the green, rent some clubs and get swinging at the Turquoise Valley Golf.
Even though some travellers might have only heard of it in passing, the Fort Huachuca Military Base is another attraction that is worth a look around.