The prohibition-era ROOKWOOD SPEAKEASY (1919-1930s) lies beneath the sidewalks of Main Street and the Historical ROOKWOOD HOTEL.
1890 City Jail that was in use until 1971. See the cell where Evel Knievel got his name.
The MYRA BROTHEL, 1920
TONY'S TINSHOP, 1914
CABBAGE PATCH SHANTY TOWN, 1880-1940S
Offices inaccessible for decade
Inaccessible from 1938-2005
Butte Adjustment Company
Charles Juttner, Socialist and Communist
Diverse small business offices
Original paper and furniture
Private Brothel associated with mens clothing store
The Nation's Largest National Historic District.
Third largest city to be electrified.
Second largest red light district in the West.
Produced a third of the world's copper in 1905-1917.
10,000 miles of underground tunnels.
RICHEST HILL ON EARTH
July 3rd - Fireworks
July 4th - Parade
July 13th -15th - Folk Festival
August 14th - 16th Irish Festival - An Ri Ra
May 19th - October - Farmers Market, every Saturday
May - October - Uptown Art Walks