Helena (Montana)

Helena is the state capital of Montana, in the Western Central part of the state.

Get in

By car

Interstate 15 runs north and south through Helena's eastern edge. US-12 runs east-west, and is the quickest connection from the Missoula area; US-12/287 leaves Helena to the southeast, towards Townsend and eastbound I-90 and Billings.

By plane

Helena Regional Airport (IATA: HLN) receives scheduled service on Delta to Salt Lake City and Minneapolis, United to Denver, and Alaska/Horizon to Seattle, with some flights passing through Great Falls. The airport is immediately northeast of the city, roughly three miles from downtown.

By bus

Greyhound serves Helena, buses stop at City Transit Centre on 1415 N Montana Ave.

Get around

A small bus network is provided by Helena Area Transit Service, buses depart once and fares cost $1.50. Also, there's a free shuttle between Capitol Hill Mall and the Capitol Building.


Montana Capitol Building
St Helena Cathedral







Go next

Routes through Helena

Lethbridge Great Falls  N  S  Butte Idaho Falls
Missoula Elliston  W  E  Forsyth Miles City
Ends at Choteau  N  S  Townsend Three Forks

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