Information

Established in the old Liberty Theater, this museum illustrates the history of Mullan with exhibits of historical furnishings, vintage clothing, photographs, newspapers, mining relics and local school, sports, firemen, and drug store memorabilia. The museum features information on the building of the Mullan Road in 1859-1862, which connected Fort Benton, Montana to Fort Walla Walla, Washington. Swimming in an Olympic-size pool and food service are available across the street and a park with a children's play area is adjacent.The Eastern Trailhead of the 72 mile trail of the Coeur d' Alene is located one block south of the museum. The Hiawatha trail is located 6 miles east of Mullan.

Location

Northern Idaho, 6 mi. E. of Wallace, 6 mi. W. of Montana border

Directions

229 Earle St., downstairs

Nearest City

Wallace

Street Address

229 Earle St
Mullan ID, 83846

Mailing Address

Box 675
Mullan ID, 83846

Attraction Type(s)

Seasons

Summer

Hours

Jun 1-Aug 31, 10am-4pm or by appointment; Closed holidays & weekends

Fees

Free, Donations Accepted

Facilities

Gift Shop, Parking, Restrooms

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