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Holter Museum of Art
The small city of Helena has a rare gem that one wouldn’t expect to find in this kind of area. The exceptional Holter Museum of Art is a large building that can be found near the center of town. It has spacious rooms which house unique and refreshing exhibits for all ages. However the museum has one particular interest that surpasses the rest, its pursuit of art. The impressive collections that can be found here have been collected from all around the world. Most of the art has a western style theme and focuses on the late eighteenth century era. However several exhibits have been completely dedicated to local artists. These professional artists have the opportunity to show off their fantastic art to critics and enthusiasts alike! With so much to see in this museum it is a must for anyone passing through the area! This very serious and sensational museum is a fun and inexpensive way to spend a day in the Helena area, be sure to stop by the gift shop to look at some of the local artwork that is for sale!
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Last Chance Tours
Whenever you visit a city you have the opportunity to see all the entertainment and sites in the area. However, the reason or occasion for your visit doesn’t always offer you the chance to do all those things. So what if there was a way for you to spend one afternoon in the area and see all the sites and attractions around the city? Well here at Helena you can enjoy the “Last Chance” Tours throughout the week! Take a “train” ride around the city and see all the key locations and sites. Narrated by an educated tour guide they can answer all your questions about the area! With plenty of things to see and do this tour lets you see the whole city in just a short time! This fun and inexpensive tour is a great way to see the entire town, and with experienced guides this tour can be just the adventure you need to see the town!
INTERESTED IN THE HISTORY OF HELENA, MONTANA?
Helena was inadvertently founded by 4 men, all from Georgia and known
in the history books as the “Four Georgians”. These four men, rather
desperate after searching throughout western Montana for gold and finding
nothing, stumbled into the area that is now Helena. That night, on July
14th, 1864, the men decided to take one last chance in mining the nearby
creek. As luck and fate would have it, the men found gold that evening. They
named the stream they found the gold in, appropriately enough, Last Chance
Word soon got out about the gold strike and, seemingly overnight, Helena
became a boom town. In just a few short years, several hundred businesses
had opened up shop in Helena and more than 3000 people called Helena home.
Moreover, many of the previous mining strikes in Helena were beginning to
play out. As such, many of the miners in these areas gravitated towards
The name Helena for the new town did not arrive overnight. Initially, the
new town was called Crabtown, named after one of the four Georgians who
found gold. Soon, though, other names were bounced around, including
Pumpkinville and Squashtown. However, many of the miners were from
Minnesota. These miners soon began to call the town after another town in
Minnesota, called Saint Helena. This was soon shortened to Helena, which is
the name today.
Montana became a territory of the United States in 1864. A territorial
capitol was established in Virginia City, which was right next to Bannack.
Bannack was the first major gold strike town in Montana, being established
just a few years earlier in 1862.
However, with the boom in Helena and the influx of miners from the Bannack
gold strike, it was decided to move the territorial capitol to Helena in
1875. This was a fateful move, as it pretty much sealed the demise of
Virginia City (which would decline into a ghost town once the gold ran out)
while setting up Helena for future growth and development. Somewhat oddly,
the capitol building itself was located about 1 mile away from Last Chance
Gulch (which sits deep down in a canyon), with the capitol building perched
on the lower elevations of a large hill that lies to the west of town. In
1883, the Northern Pacific railroad arrived in Helena, further fueling the
cities growth. Moreover, with the establishment of the territorial capitol
in Helena, the city began a slow move away from a typical mining town – and
prevented the collapse of the town when the gold ran out in Last Chance