About 28,000 people call Helena in Southwest Montana home.
From here it's roughly 95 miles (153 kilometers) to the south to Big Sky and 170 miles (274 kilometers) to the northwest to Whitefish.
During your walking tour of the city, don’t miss out on the old religious sites. Learn all about the past of the Cathedral of St. Helena and the Cathedral Church of St. Peter as you inspect the old buildings.
Helena in winter is a wonderland which is packed with excellent skiing and snowboarding options. Grab your skis or snowboard and head up to Great Divide Snowsports, the city’s best runs and facilities.
If you are interested in art, culture and history visit the Holter Museum of Art, one of the most interesting museums in Helena. Even if you are only casually interested in art, this is the perfect place to relax and learn about the history of art.
The Montana Historical Society Museum is the perfect place to go to learn about the city’s turbulent history. Enjoy the museum’s interesting displays and examine the historic artifacts throughout this peaceful place.