Havre is a beautiful city in Montana, United States. Havre is the county seat of Hill County and it currently has a population of around 9.600 residents on an area of 3.5 square miles (9.0 square kilometers). Havre is known to be named after the French city La Havre. Initially named Bullhook Bottoms, the city was incorporated as Havre in 1893 moment after which the area has known a great development, becoming one of the most important cities in the county. Havre is a very beautiful place to visit and tourists arriving in this city will be able to spend an amazing time here, as Havre is filled with opportunities to enjoy both relaxing and exciting activities.
Fort Assinniboine is a fort built in 1879, located in Havre. The main purpose for which the fort was established was linked to military concerns and to avoid possible attacks. In 1916 this place has known some impressive changes, a part of it being transformed into the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation, while another part was used to create the Beaver Creek Park.
Rocky Boy Indian Reservation is located in the proximity of Havre and it would surely be a pity to not visit this place of a great historical importance and heritage. Near this area you will also find the Beaver Creek Park, a location in which you can enjoy camping, hiking, skiing, fishing and much more.
Old Library Gallery is a cultural venue in which many art collections are currently displayed. Original art works of local artists can be found here, including paintings, photographs and wood sculptures.
H. Earl Clack Memorial Museum includes fantastic displays depicting the history of the area. In this spot you will also be able to see illustrative exhibits and through guided tours you will have the opportunity to understand everything there is to know about the cultural and historical heritage of the area. Exhibits also include fire fighting equipment and Indian Culture displays, but the most impressive collections here are dating back to the age of dinosaurs.