Where is Montana's most beautiful building?

When you mention the words Montana and beauty, most peoples minds immediately go to our beautiful landscape and scenery.

Montana, however, is also full of beautiful architecture. That includes one such building located in Helena, which has landed on a list of the most beautiful buildings in America.

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It's pretty hard to come up with a list determining the "best" of a certain topic.

I can only imagine how hard it is to come up with a list ranking the most beautiful buildings.

As they say "beauty is in the eye of the beholder."

That said, when you see the building that the website Love Exploring picked as Montana's most beautiful, you'd be hard pressed to argue it's inclusion.

What is Montana's most beautiful building?

Well you know that the most beautiful building in Montana is located in Helena, so maybe you’re thinking its the capitol building?

While our capitol building is nice, the most beautiful building in Montana is actually the Cathedral of St. Helena.

Cathedral of St. Helena in Helena Montana

Here is what Love Exploring has to say about this gorgeous building,

A beautiful example of Neo-Gothic architecture, the Cathedral of St Helena sits on a hill overlooking the city and the surrounding Rocky Mountains. Made of stone with two bell towers, the church was finished in 1914. Its interior is particularly impressive with lots of intricate gold detailing and colourful stained-glass windows.

Take a look inside the Cathedral of St. Helena in our gallery below and then check out what is considered Montana's most ICONIC building as well. 👇

Cathedral Of St. Helena Is Montana's Most Beautiful Building

Take a tour of the building that Love Exploring deemed the most beautiful building in Montana.

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