Comfort Suites Helena MT075
3180 N. Washington Street, Helena, Montana, United Stateshttp://www.comfortsuiteshelena.com406.495.0505
Montana Historical Society
225 Roberts Street, Helena, MT 59620, United Stateshttp://mhs.mt.gov(406) 444-2694Montana's Museum showcase a variety of artifacts that chronicle the history of Montana and the surrounding area. With a unique collection of fine art and historical items, this museum tells the story of Montana with an inclusive collection of heirlooms.
Last Chance Tours
225 North Roberts Street, Helena, MT 59601, United Stateshttp://www.lctours.com(406) 442-1023Last Chance Tours gives you the opportunity to marvel at the beautiful sights of Helena from the comfort of an open-air train or climate-controlled trolley. The tours include a ride through the historic mansion district, the state capitol, restored miner's village and the one-of-a-kind sights along Last Chance Gulch. Guided tours and custom charters are available.
Last Chance Ranch
2884 Grizzly Gulch Dr, Helena, MT 59601, United Stateshttp://lastchanceranch.biz(406) 442-2884Take a trip back in time with a wagon ride dinner at Last Chance Ranch. Your family will enjoy a memorable evening that includes a scenic horse-drawn wagon ride through a forest and a gourmet meal featuring Montana's best produce. After dining al fresco, you and your family will enjoy an evening of live Western entertainment with Bruce Anfinson.
Tizer Botanic Gardens & Arboretum
38 Tizer Lake Road, Jefferson City, MT 59638, United Stateshttp://www.tizergardens.com(406) 933-8789Spend a beautiful spring or summer day in the luscious garden attraction of Tizer Botanic Gardens & Arboretum. Open seasonally, this breathtaking venue is the perfect backdrop for all types of occasions, including family picnics, romantic weddings and outdoor concerts. The botanic gardens and arboretum includes acres of beautiful gardens, a retail nursery and gift shop with snacks.
Cathedral of St Helena
530 North Ewing Street, Helena, MT 59601, United Stateshttp://sthelenas.org(406) 442-5825The Cathedral of Saint Helena first opened in 1914 and is currently the Mother church for the Diocese of Helena in Montana and has become quite an attraction. Mass is held daily and guided tours are available throughout the summer every Tuesday through Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Guided tours at other times can be arranged through the parish office at (406) 442-5825.
Helena, MT 59601, United Stateshttp://southwestmt.com/listings/11404.htmKnown as the Guardian of the Gulch, the Old Fire Tower is an official city landmark that was used to guard the city from fire until 1931. It was originally built in 1876 and is only one of five original fire towers left in the US. Currently, this landmark is a prime destination for visitors to Helena and can be reached by a hiking trail.
Montana Military Museum
419 Hayes Avenue, Helena, MT 59601, United Stateshttp://www.montanaguard.com/museum/index.cfm(406) 443-2878Built as a memorial to the many Montanans who served in War, the Montana Military Museum is located at the Fort Harrison Complex in Helena. The museum exhibitions showcase the military history of Montana starting with Lewis and Clark expedition in 1805 through Desert Storm and other recent peacekeeping operations.
Capitol, Mt 59319, USAhttp://mt.gov/govt/capitolcomplexmap/default.mcpxBuilt in 1902, the Montana State Capitol is located in Helena. The building is constructed of sandstone and granite in the Neoclassical architectural style, and houses a variety of art, including four circular paintings surrounding the massive rotunda inside.
Gates of the Mountains
3131 Gates of the Mountains, Helena, MT 59602http://www.gatesofthemountains.com406-458-5241Nestled half way between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks sits the Gates of the Mountains. Located 20 miles north of Helena this is one of Montana’s not-to-miss destinations. For over 125 years guests have been following in the path of Lewis and Clark exploring the “Gates of the Mountains”. Today the Marina and Boat Tour is operated by the Gates of the Mountains Inc, whose goal is to protect, educate, and allow visitors to explore one of the last best places. Today the operation includes a Marina with 150 private docks, a public boat ramp, and three tour boats that allow around 30,000 visitors a year to explore what Meriwether Lewis saw over 200 years before. We encourage you to come out and see one of the last untouched places in the country. The river is surrounded by over 28,000 acres of road less undeveloped wilderness filled with Flora and Fauna.