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Discover the fascinating history of the State of Idaho from prehistoric times through fur trading days, the gold rush and pioneer settlement. The Idaho State Historical Museum, founded in 1907, is Idaho's largest and most popular museum. Richly detailed interiors show how Idahoans in the late 19th and 20th centuries lived and conducted business. Exhibits about the state's Native American, Chinese and Basque populations are also presented. Exhibits change periodically and special events are held throughout the year.

Location

Southwestern Idaho, Julia Davis Park in Boise

Directions

Capitol Blvd. at Julia Davis Park

Nearest City

Boise

Street Address

610 N Julia Davis Dr
Boise ID, 83702

Mailing Address

610 N Julia Davis Dr
Boise ID, 83702

Seasons

All Year

Hours

May through September: Tue-Fri, 9am-5pm; Sat& Sun 10am-5pm Closed Mondays. <<< Museum will close for remodeling August 4, 2014. >>>

Fees

Adults 13+ -$5; Seniors(60+)-$4; Children(6-12)-#3; Students w/ID $3; Children 5 & under - Free

Facilities

Gift Shop, Handicap Access, Parking, Restrooms

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