This museum at Gowen Field preserves all military records, banners, and relics of the state as an enduring memorial of the patriotism and valor of the soldiers of Idaho.
Inside Idaho’s stunning statehouse, constructed between 1905 and 1912 and recently restored, are executive offices, legislative chambers and displays of Idaho history and major industries.
From Bronze Age artifacts to 15th and 16th century swords, from 500-year-old firearms to modern weapons, this exhibit shares the story of arms and their relationship to events throughout history.
Lake Lowell, near Nampa, is the site of 11,000-acre Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge, open for wildlife watching, fishing, hunting, and environmental education.
Built by prisoners in 1870, this fascinating site offers an informative prison tour with cells, the gallows and rose gardens.
Our Memories Indian Creek Museum is now owned and operated by the Canyon County Historical Society. It features over 20 exhibit rooms that tell the story of life in Canyon County many years ago.
Showcases Owyhee County history with an exhibit hall, school house, farm machinery and a mining stamp mill.
Come explore, improve your public lands, and get the kids and/or dogs outside with the BLM and Idaho Trails Association
The 1905 Roseberry General Store is home to memories and goods of yesteryear. The Roseberry townsite is home to the largest collection of Finnish buildings open to the public in the West.
The Snowdon Wildlife Education and Visitor Center offers displays and information on Idaho wildlife. Regularly scheduled programs offer visitors the opportunity to meet live wildlife ambassadors.