Fort Benton Museums & Heritage Complex:
This includes: The Old Fort Benton, The Museum of the Upper Missouri, The State of Montana’s Museum of the Northern Great Plains, Homestead Village, The Hornaday Smithsonian Buffalo Gallery, The Upper Missouri River Breaks Interpretive Center, The Overholser Research Center, The Schwinden Library, and The Montana Agricultural Center.

Shep Memorial:
Along the levee of the Missouri River rests the bronze memorial of Shep, the “forever faithful” sheep dog.

Big Sandy Historical Depot & Museum:
This museum features items from the area’s homesteaders and pioneers, and includes a military exhibit, as well as a comprehensive collection of photos and genealogy of area residents.

Havre, Fort Assinniboine:
Established in 1879, this was the largest military post constructed in Montana. Tours of the fort are conducted June through August.

Havre Beneath the Streets:
Havre Beneath the Streets directs tours through the historic Havre underground. This subterranean museum features recreations of multiple businesses, most of them in the same locations they would have been over a century ago.

Beaver Creek Park:
Fun for visitors of all ages, Beaver Creek Park is the largest county park in the United States. Plants and wildlife are abundant. Fishermen will want to cast a line at Beaver Creek, Bear Paw Lake, and Lower Beaver Creek Lake. It has plenty of campsites for visitors.

H. Earl Clack Museum:
This museum houses an exhibit of dinosaur eggs and embryos found nearby that are 75 million years old and a Stygimoloch dinosaur, a major exhibit on the Montana Dinosaur Trail.

Wahkpa Chu’gn Buffalo Jump:
Wahkpa Chu’gn is a prehistoric buffalo jump dating back to 2,000 years ago. Peoples of the Besant, Avonlea, and Old Women’s/ Saddle Butte archaeological complexes are represented in the site area.

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