Tunnels Of Moose Jaw Moose Jaw
Where is it at?
Tunnels Of Moose Jaw
18 Main Street North
Tel: 306 693-7273
There is free parking on the non-paved area to the east of the rail station. This is about 1 block walk at the bottom of main street.
Where are we going today?
Who knew that Saskatchewan had a rich history in mobsters, rum-running, prohibition, and bootleggers! Fascinating!
The Tunnels Of Moose Jaw were originally built in the early 1900s to hide Chinese immigrants, but were never used.
However, come the roaring 20's and the time of Al Capone and mobsters, they came in handy! Older kids will love exploring these amazing tunnels, with characters straight out of a movie telling the amazing history to bring it all to life.
The Tunnels Of Moose Jaw have two fascinating and historical guided walking tours that the whole family can experience.
The "Passage of Fortune" is the tour where you can become immersed about early Chinese immigration that occurred in Canada.
The second tour is the "Chicago Connection" which is where the gangsters come to life!
All families who visit become part of the experience. You will delve deep under the streets of Moose Jaw, and really re-live it! Each tour last for 50 minutes and really cool animatronic characters, a fascinating media presentation, and characters will take you round the tunnels and really allow kids to become enthralled in the past!
Don’t get caught now, ya hear!
How much does it cost?
- Children$11.50 (ages 13 - 18), $8.50 (ages 6 - 12)
- Free Under: 5
When can we go?
Time depend on day. Opens either 10am - midday. Shuts between 4:20pm - 8pm.
Open every day except Christmas Day.
It's a great way to learn of the history of the town and the province! They offer group tour discounts too. .
Any Top Tips?
Make sure you reserve your spot because they are incredibly popular!.
Unfortunately you can't take photos on the tours. .
What people are saying?
by Ariel Erhaze
Very interesting.I liked the Chinese opium bin
by John Van Hal
Great place to spend a few hours learning Canadian history.
by John Weber
More fun than historic. It's entertaining. Well done quality of acting and story, and tunnels are decorated in detail with pieces from the times of Al Capone.
by Christian Billington
I dont believe the tunnels are fake in any way. I have lived here 20 years myself and when I was young, they didn't know where they were. Remember the big fire on river St in the middle of winter a few years back that revealed a lot of the new tunnels.
by Alina Abbott
Very fun tour. Stories are speculative, but based on very real history of the region. Makes you feel just a little bit about what the history was about. Chinese tour is based on some of the very difficult history that Chinese immigrants experienced. Well-presented. Courteous staff.