Visit Wahkpa Chu'gn Archaeological Site
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Tours Given By Appointment Anytime (406) 265-6417 or e-mail

Hours June 1st through Labor Day

Open Daily 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Admission Costs:

Adults - $9.00 / Seniors - $8.00 / Students - $5.00 / Under 6 - Free

Group Tour Admission Costs Discount (10 or more):

- Adults/Senior - $1.00 Off Regular Price

- Students - $0.50 Off Regular Price

- Under 6 - Free

None of our tour times match your schedule? - No problem!

Tours are available most times "on-demand" (weather and daylight permitting) by calling (406) 265-6417.

Handicap Accessible.

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Wahkpa Chu'gn Archaeological Site is located just west of Havre, Montana on US 2. It is behind the Holiday Village Shopping Mall and across the highway from the Hill County Fairgrounds.

Wahkpa Chu'gn Archaeological Site is located 150 miles east of Glacier National Park on US 2; 110 miles northeast of Great Falls, Montana on US 87; 22 miles west of Chinock, Montana, location of Chief Joseph Battlefield, on US 2; and 135 miles south of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada via Alberta 41 and MT 232.

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Donation Information

Wahkpa Chu'gn Archaeological Site is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our Tax ID number is 81-6001374. We accept tax deductable donations for general or specific purposes. Mail checks to:

Clack Foundation Board

P.O. Box 1496

Havre, MT 59501

Contact the site managers for additional donation information by e-mail or phone at (406) 265-6417. Do not send personal or credit card information via e-mail - THIS IS NOT A SECURE SITE

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