Moore Hornor House

Moore Hornor House



   323 Beech Street
 
 Special Events; By appointment
 Free admission
Amenities: Handicap Access,Free Public Parking,Bus Parking,Public Restrooms
Designations: National Register of Historic Places, Beech Street Historic District, Civil War Helena Attraction


The Moore Hornor House was built in 1859 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is an example of asymmetrical Greek Revival and Italianate architecture. Standing in front of the house, one can view Graveyard Hill behind, the site of one of the bloodiest fights of the Battle of Helena. Directly in front of the house you find Fort Curtis. The house is now used for educational programs and activities.