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Tunnels Of Moose Jaw

Moose Jaw, SK

Historical
4 (5 reviews)
Attractions in Moose Jaw Unclaimed

Where are we going?

Address: 18 Main St N, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J6, Canada How do we get there? Number: 306 693-7273
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About this activity

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!

Activity location

Directions

Get on down to Moose Jaw! Head to 18 Main St N, near the intersection of Manitoba St 1.


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.

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How much does it cost?

Hilton

Adults

From $24.42

Hilton

Children

From $14.43

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Discount

Discounts for both tours, and group rates

Hilton

Free Under

5

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Last Updates

2023

Tunnels Of Moose Jaw FAQ’s

Make sure you reserve your spot because they are incredibly popular!

It's a great way to learn of the history of the town and the province! They offer group tour discounts too.

Unfortunately you can't take photos on the tours.

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