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Local Businesses

Food & Drink
406-443-0105
Local Fare With International Flair
406-443-5680
Burgers/Steaks/Seafood/Pasta/Pizza/Sandwiches/Salads
406-442-4279
Non-Memebers Welcome/Pool-Darts-Keno-Porker
406-443-2804
Gaming Machines/Pool/Darts/Horseshoes
406-443-8899
Voted Helena's Best Asian Food
406-442-6380
Restaurant/Lounge/Casino
406-495-8088
All You Can Eat
406-449-8890
Steak / Seafood / Pasta / Chicken / Chops & More
406-443-1929
Fine Food / Wine / Cocktails
406-449-7111
406-495-9996
Dine In / Carry Out /Delivery
See our ad for various locations
406-449-2550
Greek Taste That's Out Of This World
406-457-1503
Dynamite Home Cooking!
Recreation/Entertainment
406-442-4644
Rentals For Every Rider
406-457-5353
Carousel / Gift Shop / Homemade Ice Cream
406-443-5554
Live Poker / Gaming Machines / Liquor
Services
800-GO-ALAMO
406-442-8620
Vehicle Rentals/Located thoughout Montana
See ad for multiple locations
208-255-9430
Registered ABCA Border Collie Pups
406-442-2724
Service Center & Automotive Repair
Shopping
406-449-0904
Wild Bird Supplies / Gifts / Nature Gallery
406-431-1737
Souvenirs and Gifts Made in the US & Montana
406-442-1940
Award Winning Custom Jewelry Design
406-443-4536
Original Art / Pottery / Bronzes / Gifts
406-502-1760
Gourmet Home Cooking / Oils, Sauces & Rubs
406-442-8545
Largest Selection of Spirits in Town
406-443-0260
Books / Toys/Games/Gifts/Cards
406-495-9575
Largest State Liquor store in Helena
406-443-1916
800-332-1916
Gifts / Kitchen Shop / Specialty Foods / Wine
406-443-5150
Natural Food Market / Deli
406-227-6519
Cigars/Gifts/Beer/Wine/And More

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Things To Do
Bill Roberts Golf Course
This is a city-owned, 18-hole, public golf course which offers services including a clubhouse, pro shop, and driving range. It's conveniently located north of Carroll College off Benton Avenue, 406-227-8304.
Black Sandy State Park, Hauser Lake
One of the few public parks on the shores of Hauser Reservoir, Black Sandy a popular weekend hiking, swimming, biking, boating, fishing, and water skiing take-off point. This site is 44 acres in size and has an elevation of 3,669 feet. 930 Custer Avenue West, Helena, Montana. 406-495-3260.
ExplorationWorks! Museum of Science & Culture
A community built exploration and discovery center. Where learning is active, participatory and reciprocal. Programs and exhibits will appeal to diverse audiences in an engaging discovery of the sciences, technology, social sciences, humanities, culture and everyday life. 995 Carousel Way, Helena, 406-457-1800
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Gates of the Mountains Boat Tour
I-15 North – 16 miles North of Helena. A boat tour through the limestone canyons of the Missouri River. View the fossilized remains of life from the Mississippian Sea 300 million years ago. Pictographs, drawn by Indians who used many of the caves along the river, are visible from the boat. Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep and Rocky Mountain Goats are a common sight June through September. 406-458-5241
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Grand Street Theatre
Our national award winning community theatre with a wide variety of Broadway musicals, comedies and dramas. Top quality entertainment, provided by local talent. 325 N. Park at Lawrence, Helena, 406-443-3311,
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Great Divide Ski Area
Enjoy one of the 60-plus runs at Great Divide Mountain, just 23 miles from Helena. Half of the Mountain’s runs are for the advanced skier and snowboarder but be sure to bring the newbies as it also contains the “Backyard," a beginners slope that’s private, quiet and located right outside the back door of the lodge. And, it's free to ski in this area. Parents can easily run up and down the hill while helping their kids. The Great Divide also offers rentals at very reasonable prices. 406-449-3746.
Great Northern Carousel
Typically, Buffalo, Bighorn sheep and Grizzly Bears are found wandering the backwoods or enjoying life in their own territory. These animals, 37 in all, have joined with other indigenous Montana animals such as Rainbow Trout, Bobcats, Antelope, otter and traditional horses at Helena's favorite entertainment attraction, The Great Northern Carousel, 40 W. 14th St., #4B, Helena, 406-457-5353.
Great Northern Carousel
Typically, Buffalo, Bighorn sheep and Grizzly Bears are found wandering the backwoods or enjoying life in their own territory. These animals, 37 in all, have joined with other indigenous Montana animals such as Rainbow Trout, Bobcats, Antelope, otter and traditional horses at Helena's favorite entertainment attraction, The Great Northern Carousel, 40 W. 14th St., #4B, Helena, 406-457-5353.
Last Chance Tour Train
An hour-long informative but relaxed tour of Helena. May to September departing on the hour from in the front of the Historical Society Museum. Roberts and 6th Avenue, 406-442-1023.
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Montana Historical Society Museum
225 North Roberts Street at 6th Street, across from the state capital. The Mackay Gallery displays one of the nation’s largest and most complete collections of the work of Western artist Charles M. Russell as well as the work of F. Jay Haynes, official photographer of both the Northern Pacific Railroad from 1884 to 1904 and Yellowstone National Park from 1887 to 1916. One exhibit, “Montana Homeland,” uses a collection of 2,000 historical objects and works of art to tell the state’s story from prehistory through World War II. Museum is open Monday-Wednesday & Friday-Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Sunday closed. 406-444-2694. www.mhs.mt.gov
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Archie Bray Foundation
Praised as one of “the foremost schools of pottery in America” by a Smithsonian Institute official. Many beautiful display pieces are for sale. Gallery hours: Monday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or by appointment. 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Sundays. 2915 Country Club Ave., Helena, 406-443-3502,
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Original Governor’s Mansion
William Chessman built this grand home in 1888 during Helen’s hey-day. It was purchased by the state in 1913 as Montana’s governors’ quarters. The mansion is furnished as it might have been during the administration of Governor Stewart (1913 to 1921). 304 North Ewing, 406-442-3115.
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St. Helena Cathedral
The Cathedral is modeled after the Votive Church in Vienna, Austria and a cathedral in Cologne, Germany. Contained within the cathedral are irreplaceable stained glass windows, beautiful paintings, and an imported white marble altar. Visitors are welcome from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, Sunday 7:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Please enter by the north side door. Group tours are available by appointment. A small stipend is requested. 530 North Ewing Street, 406-442-5825.
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State Capital
Self-guided tour information is available in the Capitol Rotunda. View Charles M. Russell’s famed mural “Lewis and Clark Meeting Indians at Ross Hole.” 1301 6th E. Avenue, 406-444-3060.
Mount Helena City Park
Mount Helena City Park The trailhead is located on Adams Street, just west of downtown Helena. Looking down on the city from its 5,460 foot peak, this 628 acre park has a number of well-marked trails. Hikers choose from seven accessible hiking trails that climb to the peak, circle the mountain or walk to the ghost town of Park City. Keep an eye out for wildflowers and rare plants. Call 406-442-4120.
Canyon Ferry Lake Recreation Area
Just east of Helena and north of Townsend. A popular state park, Canyon Ferry Lake offers the visitor 76 miles of shoreline. You’ll be able to find the perfect quiet cove for swimming and picnicking. The winds that periodically sweep across the lake delight windsurfers and sailboaters. There are 24 recreation areas, camping, and boat ramps. Winter time offers the opportunity to view bald eagles feasting on spawning kokanee salmon. For more information, call 406-475-3921.
Reeder’s Alley South Park Avenue
Louie Reeder, a Philadelphia brick mason, constructed these red brick buildings in the 1870’s. The Alley has the distinction of being the last block of historic buildings in Helena. The buildings were originally built to house the old miners and muleskinners of the gulch. Today, Reeder’s Alley is home to shops and a restaurant. 446-449-6688.
Recreational Gold Panning or Mining
Helena was born in 1864 when prospectors known as the “Four Georgians” struck gold at a place called Last Chance Gulch, now Helena’s main street. Gold is still here for the finding. To find out more information about panning for gold, call the Helena National Forest. 406-449-5201
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
January Cool Dog Ball & Microbrew Festival 406-447-1535 February “Race to the Sky” Dog Sled Race 406-881-2908 March St. Patrick’s Day Parade, 406-447-1535 Helena High School Rodeo, 406-457-8516 April Railroad Fair, 406-442-2364 Kite Festival and Spring Fling Runs Cowboy Classic Rodeo, 406-457-8516 May Vigilante Parade Spring Fest, 406-457-8516 Spring Artwalk, 406-442-4120 June Mt. Helena Music Festival and Art Walk 406-447-1535 Helena Jazz Jubilee, 406-495-1205 Alive @ Five Festivities Wednesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 406-447-1535 Last Chance Bluegrass Festival 406-447-1535 July East Helena Rodeo, 406-442-4120 Last Chance Stampede Fair and Rodeo, 406-457-8516 Alive @ Five Festivities Wednesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 406-447-1535 August Western Rendezvous of Art, 406-442-4263 Alive @ Five Festivities Wednesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., 406-447-1535 september Last Chance Pow Wow, 406-439-5631 October Oktoberfest, 406-442-6449 November Fall Artwalk, 406-447-1535 Parade of Lights, 406-447-1535 December Festival of Trees, 406-442-7920 National Finals Rodeo, 406-457-8516

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