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Helena, also known as the Queen City, is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and is the Capitol of the State of Montana, the See of the Diocese of Helena, and the home of Carroll College.
With a population of nearly 50,000, there is much to see and do. Helena's art scene makes it the "Best Small Arts Town in the West," with plenty to catch your eye. Check out the Holter Museum of Modern Art, The Archie Bray Foundation, or one of the many art galleries located in the downtown area.
The majestic Cathedral of St. Helena, houses a fifteen bell carillon, massive organ, and extensive stained glass windows. History buffs can enjoy many hours at the Montana Historical Society, home to The Magazine of Western History, the most widely circulated magazine of its kind. Musicians can enjoy a concert with the Helena Symphony, but get your tickets in advance, concerts sell out quickly. Theatre goers can catch a production at the Montana Shakespeare Company, or at the Grandstreet Theatre. Finally, Helena is literally the gate to God's playground; if you do anything in the great outdoors, you will find a way to get involved in the Helena community—and it's all nearby! (75 miles of trails just 5 min. from campus, rivers, skiing, mountain biking and rafting all less than an hour away!)
Helena is a great place to live and vacation. Make yourself comfortable, enjoy our warm hospitality, and enjoy the Big Sky.