City of Helena Professional Review and Guide
"Helena was once one of the wealthiest cities in Montana, and it is rich in history and recreational opportunities. Helena serves as the state capital, and historical resources include the outstanding Montana Historical Society Museum and the state capitol building. You will find the arts expressed in many places, including museums and galleries, and in the sculptures along the Last Chance Gulch Pedestrian Mall. The city has enjoyable parks and within easy reach are the Helena Valley and the area to the south of Helena, both wonderlands of recreational opportunities.
This eTrail provides detailed information on family-friendly things to do. The destinations include: Kleffner Ranch, Montana State Capitol, Montana's Historical Society Museum, Last Chance Tour Train, Oringial Governor's Mansion, Holter Museum of Art, Museum of Gold in Norwest Bank, Last Chance Gulch Pedestrian Mall, Reeder's Alley and the Pioneer Cabin Museum, Pioneer Park, Hill / Women's Park, Memorial Park and the Helena Municipal Swimming Pool, Mount Helena City Park, and Spring Meadow Lake."