Visit Helena
46°35’11.8″N, 112°02’22.9° W
Montana’s hometown
Welcome to Helena Montana

Explore Montana’s Hometown.

 

Thank you for visiting us at the Denver Travel & Adventure Show! We appreciate the visit and enjoyed talking about Helena’s rich history, access to the outdoors, and artful creativity. We invite you to explore Helena’s trails and history with these great ideas for all your summer plans.

 

As a recreation town, explore the historic landmarks by bike, foot, car, or even the Last Chance Tour Train! Our family-friendly community offers an array of amenities for kids to grandparents that keep people’s attention for a lifetime.

 

Mountain bike trails in Helena, Montana
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Enter to Win a Helena Getaway!

As a thank you, we are giving Denver Travel Show attendees a chance to win a Helena Summer Getaway. All entries must be submitted by January 24, 2024.

What are we giving away?

(1) Night at the Best Western Premier in the heart of downtown Helena ($220 value)

(2)1-Day Mountain Bike Rentals from Great Divide Cyclery ($200 Value)

(2) 1-Day Pass for Helena’s premiere mountain bike shuttle service Shred MT Shuttles ($40 Value)

(2) 1-Day Passes to Soak at Broadwater Hot Springs ($40 Value)

$50 Gift Card to Helena Downtown ($50 Value)

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Top 4 Things to Do in Helena

Explore the Trails

Over 70+ miles of trails for mountain bikers, runners, hikers, and even birders the Helena trail system offers outdoor access to all abilities. Discover why Helena was rated a Silver-Level Ride Center from International Mountain Biking Association.

Reeder’s Alley

Learn about Helena’s roots by exploring the original Pioneer Cabin built in 1864 and walk through the brick Alley built by Louis Reeder, used to house miners looking to strike it rich during the 1880s gold rush boom.

Downtown Walking Mall (Last Chance Gulch)

This historic district is home to restaurants, breweries, and local shops. Explore the architecture, see where the stream still flows, and take a selfie by the Guardian of the Gulch (Helena’s historic Fire Tower).

Archie Bray Ceramic Arts Foundation

A world-class art studio for ceramic artists continues to inspire travelers. From young to old, explore the grounds and learn why Helena is a secret arts destination of the west.

Explore Today!
Montana Club, Downtown Helena