From art to trails, 5 freebies in Helena, Mont.

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From art to trails, 5 freebies in Helena, Mont.

The Helena Ridge Trail, which ends at the 5,400-foot summit of Mount Helena, is one of the Montana capital’s top attractions.
Sculptures are scattered across the 26-acre grounds of the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts near Helena, Mont. The foundation offers artist residencies and free self-guided walking tours on the grounds of a former brick factory.
The annual Symphony Under the Stars concert on the Carroll College lawn draws about 12,000 people and is one of a number of free things to do in Helena, Montana’s capital, which is located about halfway between Glacier and Yellowstone parks. This year’s concert will be held July 20.

From art to trails, 5 freebies in Helena, Mont.

The Helena Ridge Trail, which ends at the 5,400-foot summit of Mount Helena, is one of the Montana capital’s top attractions.
Sculptures are scattered across the 26-acre grounds of the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts near Helena, Mont. The foundation offers artist residencies and free self-guided walking tours on the grounds of a former brick factory.
The annual Symphony Under the Stars concert on the Carroll College lawn draws about 12,000 people and is one of a number of free things to do in Helena, Montana’s capital, which is located about halfway between Glacier and Yellowstone parks. This year’s concert will be held July 20.
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