Built a century ago and still in operation, the Copper Queen Hotel is behind the Mining and Historical Museum and has hosted some famous people over the years. General John "Black Jack" Pershing, John Wayne, Theodore Roosevelt, and mining executives from all over the world made this their home away from home. Though the restaurant fare is basic, the outdoor bar area is a great spot for enjoying a margarita and for people-watching. The hotel also allegedly hosts three resident
ghosts; the journal at the front desk contains descriptions by guests of their encounters.