Main Attractions

Cathedral of St. Helena

The Mother Church for the Diocese of Helena in Montana. This beautiful Cathedral held it's first service in 1914! Over the years it has survived a series of earthquakes in which it was destroyed. It was reconstructed by 1938 and has been restored several times over the years.  It is known for it's beauty of stained glass windows that tell the story of Adam and Eve.

Montana Fishing Outfitters

Whether it is float fishing one of our many famous blue-ribbon rivers or wade fishing a secret stream you’ve never heard of before. We also love to have fun out on the water with our anglers – we think fly fishing is about spending quality time in beautiful places with good people. We love what we do, and we want to share it with you.

Canyon Ferry Lake

Enjoy a day on the water at nearby Canyon Ferry Lake. Whether you are boating or fishing Canyon Ferry Lake will make it easy to enjoy some down time with beautiful views and numerous outdoor adventures.

Holter Museum of Art

Enjoy a day at the Holter Modern Art Museum. In The Vault: A Western Perspective is a permanent exhibit featuring  interpretations of the West. This is a unique sight to check out new artists and exhibits during your stay in Helena.

Last Chance Tour Train

When vacationing in Helena, MT make sure to add a Segway Tour to your itinerary. This fun tour will be lead by an experienced guide that will take you though the early days along the Last Chance Gulch. Showing you what life was like in the 1800's where miners traded gold for food and services.

Original Governor’s Mansion

While in Helena don't miss stepping back in history and visiting the Original Governor's Mansion. We offer guided tours to experience the life of Governor Sam Stewart and his family during the early 1900s.