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Butte Urban Safari Tours (BUST)
Mark Reavis
Butte, MT 59701
Phone: 406-723-3959

Link: www.uptownbutteworks.com
"Dare to roll with the unexpected." Hop on board one of our environmentally friendly carts for a customized tour of Uptown Butte! Your tour guide/owner is a local architect and historic preservation expert with 33 years of experience in Butte. No tour is ever the same because it is customized to your interests. Mining history, architecture, Superfund, ethnic history, churches, red light district, tavern tours, wedding tours, sunset and night tours, local gossip. The list is endless! We'll take you where others don't and tell you what others won't! Tours are year-round. Call 406-723-3959 or visit our website for more info: www. uptownbutteworks.com
Clark Chateau
321 W Broadway
Butte, MT 59701
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Phone: 406-782-3280

The historic Clark Chateau was built in 1898 as a home for Charles Clark, son of William A. Clark the Copper King. The Clark Chateau serves the Butte Silver Bow community as both an arts & history center, and is managed by the Butte Archives. The interior features a freestanding spiral staircase, 26 rooms adorned with exotic woods from around the world, hand-painted wallpaper by Marshall Field, several stained glass windows and a redwood paneled fourth floor ballroom. There are galleries located on the first and second floors that typically feature works by local, regional and national artists, and the museum displays traveling exhibits that cover the areas of traditional, historic and contemporary genres. Hours can vary seasonally, so call before you go. Tours are typically available in summer during regular business hours.
Dumas Brothel Museum
Michael Piche
45 E Mercury St
Butte, MT 59701
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Phone: (406) 530-7878

Link: https://www.thedumas.com
The Dumas Brothel (formerly the Dumas Hotel) was a famous bordello in Butte, Montana in the United States. Located in the heart of uptown Butte, the brothel has been proclaimed America's longest-running house of prostitution, finally closing its doors in 1982. The site is now managed as one of Butte's most colorful museums, and the building features many recent improvements that preserve its historic character. The museum is open regularly from St. Patrick's Day (March 17th) through Halloween (October 31st) and tours are available year-round for larger groups. Hours of operation for the Dumas are Tuesday-Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The museum also holds an annual haunted house for Halloween. Check out our website (https://www.thedumas.com) or find us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/DumasBrothel) we look forward to your visit!
Old Butte Historical Adventures
117 North Main Street
Butte, MT 59701
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Phone: 406-498-3424

Link: buttetours.info
Established in 2004 by a small group of local historians and property owners working together to preserve and display the colorful history of Butte, Montana — "The Richest Hill on Earth" — Old Butte offers family friendly walking tours of this wild era from the outside of buildings to the inside of historic uptown Butte. The Tours cover every decade from the 1890’s through the 1950’s. Old Butte recently revealed new areas to explore in the Dellinger Block, Rookwood Hotel, and the Hirbour Barber Shop. Of course, places like the historic City Jail, where Butte's own Robert "Evel" Knievel served time, are still open. Ask about custom and specialty tours.
Our Lady of the Rockies Gift Shop & Tours
3100 Harrison Ave
Butte, MT 59701
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Phone: 406-782-1221 or 800-800-LADY

Link: ourladyoftherockies.net
"Our Lady of the Rockies", a 90-foot statue sitting atop the Continental Divide, is the result of a dream and six years of hard work. During the summer and early fall, tour buses travel to the statue two or more times per day. To make reservations call 406-782-1221 or 1-800-800-LADY. The round trip from Butte takes two and a half hours, weather permitting . Hours and Season of Operation: Gift Shop Open June - October Monday - Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm Sunday 10:00am - 5:00pm Tours: 10:00 am and 2:00 pm Monday - Saturday Sunday at 11:00 AM Weather permitting - Please call in advance
Underground Mine Tour at the World Museum of Mines
155 Museum Way
Butte, MT 59701
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Phone: 406-723-7211

Link: miningmuseum.org/undergroundtour.html
Visitors are fitted with miner's hard hats, cap lamps and battery belts. The cap lamps are the only lights underground except for two, which highlight the shaft to the water. Good walking shoes and light jackets are recommended. The mine workings are not ADA compliant and walking 180 feet of entrance ramp is ordinarily required; however, visitors with limited mobility may be accommodated for much of the tour. Anyone can turn around at any time. Schedules and fees vary, so be sure to contact the Museum to plan your tour before you go.
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