Gammons Gulch From The Air

PLEASE CALL AHEAD!

You MUST CALL ahead to be sure there are tours scheduled when you arrive.

  • September through May
    Wednesday through Sunday. Reservations Only.
  • June through August Reservations Only.
  • Nominal admission fee charged per project, tours or party.
  • Sorry, we accept only cash or checks.

Please call ahead to make your reservation and guarantee we'll be
open to the general public.
(520) 212-2831.

 
Filmed at the Gulch Movie Set Location - Dead Men the series
"Dead Men the Series"
films at the Gulch!
 

Gammons Gulch is located
minutes from:

  • Kartchner Caverns
  • Benson
  • The Amerind Foundation
  • Holy Trinity Monastery
  • Fort Huachuca Museum
  • Sierra Vista
  • Bisbee
  • Douglas
  • Willcox
  • Fort Bowie
  • Tombstone
  • Old Tucson Studios
 
Jay Gammons with John Wayne
Jay Gammons with
John Wayne

Alyssa Milano at Gammons Gulch
Alyssa Milano at
Gammons Gulch

Recent Filming at Gammons Gulch
Recent Filming at
Gammons Gulch
William Shockley and Peter Coyote on the set of "The Gundown"
William Shockley and Peter Coyote on the set of "The Gundown"
 
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Movie Set Tours And Living Museum

“Step back in time ” with founder Jay Gammons and enjoy the fond memories of days gone by.

Learn all about movies and Southwest history at Gammons Gulch film location and Museum attraction in Benson.

As you set out on your Guided tour you will be thrilled by stories about how Gammons Gulch came in existence and learn all about the movie and antique items that fill the town.

Once you mosey back to our Saloon, we invite you to have a Sarsaparilla, a picnic or relax and be entertained by Jay Gammons himself as he plays a few tunes and enlightens you with more tales of times gone by. In the Saloon, you will see photos and hear more accounts of when Jay and his father were security for many film stars from the 50’s through the 70’s.

Here at Gammons Gulch we provide a fun family atmosphere for all ages, and invite our visitors to dress casual or come dressed in the Old Western Style; either way come on in and sit a spell.

When your visit is over, Gammons Gulch will leave feeling that you’ve traveled through a time machine back to the past.
The town is a living museum, a film set location and an historical jewel in the high desert of Arizona where you can see what it was really like in the good old days.
For your visit, be advised that reservations are required. So call or fill out our tour form today and get prepared to have a unique and relaxing time in the bygone days.

   

What We Offer

What You Can See

~ Personalized Guided Tours
~ Group Tours
~ Nature Trail
~ Picnic Area
~ Bird Watching (over 87 varieties)
~ Company Picnics/Events
~ Wedding Venues
~ Mining camp w/authentic mine
~ Authentic mining area
~ 1880’s to 1930’s Western Town
~ Antique Cars
~ Movie Memorabilia
~ 1,000’s of 1800 and early 1900 everyday items
~ The beautiful Arizona High desert

Kids from the Holmes Tuttle Boys & Girls Club
in Tucson enjoying a day at the Gulch.

What You Should Bring

~ Appropriate footwear (avoid open toed shoes)
~ Brimmed hat
~ Sunscreen
~ Bottled water
~ Cameras
~ Camcorders
~ Picnic lunch
   
   
Tour the Mining Camp See The Sheriff's Office
Tour the Mining Camp See The Sheriff’s Office
   
Stop By The Mercantile Shop Remember Days Gone By
Stop By The Mercantile Shop Remember Days Gone By
   
Old Graveyard Inhabitants Land Office Sign
Old Graveyard Inhabitants Land Office Building
   
Antiques and Collectibles Everywhere Ghosts of the Desert
Antiques and Collectibles Everywhere Ghosts of the Desert