The Most Unusual Building in Montana Makes Zero Sense
We all love funky or weird buildings, but this can't be the most unusual structure in Montana.
Montana is known to most folks as the wild west with wooden buildings and dirt roads, but we are civilized folks. We have paved roads, infrastructure, and buildings made out of concrete. We aren't living in the past.
The nice part about living in Montana is we are big on history. In every city or town, you can see buildings or signs that have stood the test of time for hundreds of years. These buildings hold our old traditions and history.
When it comes to these buildings, some of them can be weird or very unusual. So what's the weirdest building in the state of Montana? It's an odd choice.
Popular Mechanics made a list of The Weirdest and Most Unusual Buildings in Every State, and Montana's is a prominent structure.
The weirdest and most unusual building in Montana is the Montana State Capitol Building in Helena.
Why was the Montana State Capitol Building picked? Popular Mechanics points out that the impressive rotunda showcases four statues of the people who helped contribute to the creation of Montana. The statues consist of a cowboy, gold miner, explorer, and Native American.
Should the Montana State Capitol Building be considered the most unusual or weirdest building in Montana? No. It's an impressive building with a lot of history of our state. Plus, it sits prominently on the hill, looking down towards Helena. It's an incredible building.
If we had our pick, the weirdest or most unusual building would be the abandoned children's orphanage in Twin Bridges. Why would this structure be in the middle of nowhere? Now it's one of the most haunted areas in our state.
For more details, check out Popular Mechanics.