By Alexa Vogtritter, Tucson News Now Intern
TOMBSTONE, Ariz. (Tucson News Now) - The Wyatt Earp House and Gallery has only a few days left in business, according to owner Elizabeth Allen.
"We're planning on closing it this weekend," Allen said.
The Wyatt Earp House and Gallery allows tourists to take a look at history by stepping inside the house Earp lived in during his time in Tombstone.
Earp went down in Arizona history as a local hero after killing three outlaw cowboys during a gunfight in 1881 at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone.
"It's a shame," said Mayor of Tombstone Steven Schmidt. "We've been losing business due to the economy."
The gallery in the 100 block of E. Fremont St. is said to become a vacation rental, according to Allen.
"The closing will not affect Wyatt Earp Days," Mayor Schmidt said.
The celebration is set to take place May 25 through 27.
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