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406-442-1023

225 N Roberts St., Helena, MT

2 hours departing at 8 am and 6 pm.

See historic Last Chance Gulch on a guided tour! Join one of our experienced tour guides gliding along the streets and sidewalks getting close to the unique… Read more »

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406-443-3342

863 Great Northern Blvd., Helena, MT

A.L. Swanson was born in Portland, Maine in 1970. He grew up in a small farming community along with five siblings.After studying business at the University of… Read more »

406.449.3746

7385 Belmont Dr, Marysville, MT

Feel the cool, clean, crisp air as you race down one of the 60-plus runs at Great Divide Mountain, just 23 miles from Helena. Half of the… Read more »

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406.442.3309

328 North Ewing St. Helena, MT

Choose The Sanders for your visit to Helena and we will do our best to provide you with a truly enjoyable stay. Come and experience it all…. Read more »

406.443.8010

2500 East Custer Ave., Helena, MT

Whether you are staying a few days or a few months, the Residence Inn by Marriott Helena offers the ideal environment to set your own pace. Our… Read more »

406.442.0600

524 Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT

Budget in is location in historic downtown giving you easy walking access to many restraunts, bars, the farmers market, and the Civic Center.  You’ll enjoy the complimentary… Read more »

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406.443.1103

322 Fuller Avenue, Helena, MT

The Sweetgrass Bakery produces a large variety of fresh hand made breads. The bakery strives for organic ingredients. We use locally produced ingredients and grind our own… Read more »

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406-495-9996

3267 North Montana Ave., Helena, MT

Helena has three Pizza Huts all containing a Wing Street 1001 Euclid Ave 406-449-2855 2955 Prospect Ave 406-449-7111 3267 North Montana Ave. 406-495-9996

406-442-2884

2884 Grizzly Gulch Dr, Helena, MT

Experience a memorable evening of good food and good times. Travel back in time via horse-drawn wagons through high mountain forest to Montana’s largest, the Moose Meadow… Read more »

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Recycled Art: Artist Liz Harter Creates from Found Objects

Recycled Art: Artist Liz Harter Creates from Found Objects

By Brian D’Ambrosio Ziploc bags chock-full of upholstery tacks.  Stash boxes of bolts, screws, pins, and thimbles. Tin cans jam-packed with fasteners. Overcrowded coffee cans of square… Read more »