In 1993, the Keyser family donated the original homestead house, built in 1895 in Priest River, to the local chamber of commerce. It was subsequently moved to downtown Priest River to join the other historical buildings located on Main St. It offers exhibits of pioneer life, and Keyser family memorabilia. Upstairs is a timber industry education center with artifacts from northern Idaho's logging heritage and examples of modern logging methods. Exhibits rotate four times each year. Combine your visit to the museum with a walking tour of Priest River's charming historical area.
Northern Idaho, SW of Sandpoint
Downtown Priest River historical area