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Havre Beneath the Streets, Havre

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  • The last stop on our High Line tour was Havre for the Historical Underground Tour. We actually got lucky for once and found they were having their annual Living History Day and it was the only time th...  more »
  • This underground museum is based on the little piece of Havre history in which the entire business district moved under the streets and into the tunnels after an arson fire destroyed the business dist...  more »
  • They had done an excellent job on this underground tour and things are staged as they really were in the days when it really was underground. Our guide was a retired history teacher so really knew her...  more »
  • I had family out of town and my boys ages 3 and 18mos with me. They admit children given that 5 years and under are free of admission. We'll, let's just say that our $60 (4 adults $15 a pop) were a waste of money. Our tour guide started shushing my boy the moment the tour started and kept getting worse and worse because the tension of having to keep him quiet and the never ending talking just didn't sit well with him...or any kid for that matter! He was excited about things and of course being the 3 year old that he is he wanted to tell us. We try to use an inside voice but being interrupted was unacceptable to the guide. I am a polite person and am aware of others so I don't let my kids run wild, never, but this was beyond stressful for him, myself and my family who kept trying to help me handle the boys. If they're going to admit children then they need to make this a little more interactive. Neverending talk is no fun for anyone. I know it's a museum but it wouldn't hurt to bring a few things that kids can touch ...after all it does cost the adults $15 to be there. It's not like it's free for everyone. So in short, if you'll admit people of all ages them make it appealing to all ages!
  • A cool tour that shows where Havre businesses retreated during Prohibition, and then after fires burnt down much of downtown Havre. It is set up to be a museum, so there are lots of junk and stuff that never was originally underground (like a pharmacy or a post office) but to fill up these tunnels with something to talk about, it is necessary.
  • A must for any Western History geek