Anthony hops on a plane and heads to the small town of Douglas -- located just a couple hours outside of Tucson, AZ -- in an attempt to revamp the struggling, but historic Hotel Gadsden.Go to Episode
In 1908, Douglas, AZ, became the first city in America to have an international airport, Bisbee/Douglas International. Not only is the airport still open and operational, it paved the way for the opening of the Border Air Museum.
E. 10th St & Airport Rd
Grab your hard hat and miner’s headlamp, and descend 1,500 feet underground. This mining tour takes visitors deep into the workings of the famous Queen Mine, which was one of the greatest treasure troves of copper ever discovered.
478 N Dart Rd
Bisbee, AZ 85603
The San Bernardino Wildlife refuge is located less than 20 miles east of Douglas, AZ, and visitors can explore 2,369 acres of preserved wildlife that branches off into Mexico.
7628 North Highway 191
West San Gabriel Rd
John Slaughter built the ranch as a home for his family while he served as Sheriff of Cochise County. It sits on 100,000 acres and houses a museum that allows visitors to see what life looked like when Slaughter lived on the ranch in the 1800s.
6153 Geronimo Trail
Douglas, AZ 85608
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