Along the trail of Lewis and Clark lies Helena, Montana. Once a profitable gold mining town, its 19th-century architecture and glittering history have helped Helena earn the nickname “Queen City of the Rockies.” Reserve plenty of time to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities and state parks. Many of the arts are also showcased in this community that represents the heart of the
1.Montana Historical Society Museum: Become familiar with Montana's rich history at the Montana Historical Society Museum. Visitors may find a variety of books, maps, and photographs about Montana State and the west in general at the Research Center. View indigenous state artifacts at the Montana Museum.
2.The Western Rendezvous of Art: The Western Rendezvous of Art showcases artwork from members of the Northwest Rendezvous Group, as well as guest artists such as Walt Gonske and Laura Robb. Visit the Western Rendezvous of Art to have the opportunity to meet artists while they create and to have the chance to purchase their art.
3. Great Northern Carousel: Visit the Great Northern Carousel and become a child again. Thirty-seven hand-carved animals are featured, including animals native to Montana.
4. Centennial Waterslide Park: For those that wish to cool off in the hot summer months, the Centennial Waterslide Park, located inside the Broadway Athletic Club.
5. Last Chance Ranch Wagonride Dinner: If time allows, make a reservation for the Last Chance Ranch Wagonride Dinner, where you can visit Montana's largest tipi, listen to cowboy poetry, and enjoy a prime rib dinner with huckleberry cheesecake.