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VISIT

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Admission is always free

 

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HOLTER MUSEUM OF ART
12 E LAWRENCE ST
HELENA, MT

(406) 442-6400
info@holtermuseum.org


MONDAY: Closed
TUESDAY - SATURDAY: 10AM - 5:30PM

SUNDAY: 12PM - 4PM
 

 

 

GROUP VISITS

The Holter features a variety of exhibitions year-round. Tours of the exhibitions led by Museum Educators are available for people of all ages and interests-- from school groups to community groups, people with disabilities, touring groups, and retired adults. Tours are free of charge for up to an hour in the galleries. Please contact the Education Department by e-mail at least two weeks in advance of your visit to schedule a tour. We would love to see you soon!

Please e-mail the Education Department for more information about school tours. 

 

PARKING

Free one-hour and two-hour Parking is available in front of the Museum on Lawrence Street. Parking for 50 cents/hour is available in the Helena Parking Commission’s Lot across Lawrence Street; the entrance to the lot is on Jackson Street. There is an accessible crosswalk at the intersection of Lawrence and Jackson Streets.

 
 
 

 

Holter Museum

about us

Embracing the belief that art vitalizes and strengthens community, the Holter Museum of Art seeks to stimulate creativity, curiosity, and collaboration through the visual arts.  Our mission is not just to exhibit art, but to interpret it, teach it, create it, preserve it, and build community through it.  We capture the imagination of both the young and grown through exciting exhibitions and influential art education.  We fuel our community’s curiosity and vision by exploring diverse perspectives and cultures within Montana and beyond.  

We honor the uniqueness of our community and the state of Montana by celebrating contemporary regional artists in our collection, which aims to preserve for future generations the record of our own time and place in history.  Community is at the core of the Holter mission, and we strive to share the richness of the visual arts as a benefit for all.

 
 
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