Helena has such a rich history, just walking the gulch downtown will give you some idea of what a unique and enriched background this area has to offer. Architectural offerings seem endless when one takes the time to gaze up at the structures that have weathered the times.
Wealthy times, times of impoverishment and through fire and flood— Helena has persevered in her Queenly stature since the beginning when 4 hopeful miners saw her as their very last chance at prosperity. Take time to enjoy Historical Helena along with your search for Helena real estate. The Original Governor's Mansion can be toured year round and worth a trip to take in what this historic gem has to display. For more info contact the Montana Historical Society.
The Montana Club is an elegant example of what Helena was intended to be; a refined and cosmopolitan city amid it's gold boom built reputation. Cindy's Added Value Benefit: Contact me for a FREE excursion to some of Helena's historic neighborhoods and see for yourself what Helena has to offer!
Atlas Building - Downtown Walking Mall
Capital Building Helena, MT
Cathedral of St. Helena
photo by, Jim Steuding, Real Estate West
Parade of Buck Mule Deer - August 2014
These nice looking bucks were taking a stroll along one of our main thoroughfares right here in Helena! There were 3 right in a row, two in first photo and the next photo shows the third fella' following along in the caboose. For some reason I still get quite a thrill seeing wildlife this close up and personal. It's a Montana Perk for sure!
The Atlas Building The Walking Mall
Elkhorn Ghost Town - In 1888 Elkhorn Mine was producing $30,000 in ore monthly.
Spring Meadow Lake, West of Helena
Take a walk along the lake, only 15 minutes one time around!
Walking trail around Spring Meadow Lake in the fall 2014