Visitor center with real fossils, displays, an informational DVD and a replica of the ancient horse skeletons found nearby. Self-guided driving tour maps to site available.
The Hagerman National Fish Hatchery produces more than 1.4 million steelhead each year that are released into the Salmon River.
Full-cast replica of the fossilized Hagerman Horse and a mural.
A collection of antique farm implements and tools with tours by appointment.
Exhibits on the Hunt Japanese American Relocation Center and the North Side Irrigation Project.
A 1906 train depot, a caboose, a restored Russell steam engine as well as the town's first jail, a homestead shack, and a marble soda fountain.
The remains of an internment camp used to house Japanese Americans and Japanese resident aliens during World War II can be found near Jerome but has no developed visitor facilities yet.