The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude is located on the grounds of the Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood. Established in 1931, the museum houses a unique collection of over 70,000 artifacts with some 11,000 on display which reflect the early history of north central Idaho. Rediscover the pioneer days through exhibits from the early mining and farming era, plus a varied collection of minerals, firearms, Nez Perce artifacts, religious items, and more. Highlights include the Rhoades Emmanuel Memorial, an extraordinary collection of fine Asian and European artifacts. The Museum hosts an annual Raspberry Festival on the first Sunday in August.
North Central Idaho, NW of Grangeville
3 miles SW of Cottonwood on Keuterville Road
Open year round, Tuesday-Saturday, 9:30am-4:30pm. Closed Sunday and Monday.
Adults, $5, Children 7-17, $2, 7 and under free
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