The Albeni Falls Dam Visitor Center is located two miles east of Newport, WA on US Highway 2. Restrooms, drinking fountains, informational brochures and shaded picnic areas are available.
Miles of ATV trails link picturesque historic sites in the Bayhorse mining area.
The Willard Arts Center's Carr Gallery is reserved mainly for touring art exhibits while the Blake and Laurel Hall Young Artists gallery focuses on art by children.
Ghost town with mining era buildings, interpretive programs and a gift shop, located at the Land of the Yankee Fork State Park.
The Gem County Historical Museum is an interesting complex of five buildings including the Museum, the Hunt Memorial House, Little Red Schoolhouse, Bunk House and Blacksmith Shop.
Artifacts reflecting the history of north central Idaho and the sisters of the Monastery of St. Gertrude.
A collection of antique farm implements and tools with tours by appointment.
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.
Kamiah Welcome Center is a place you can visit to learn information about the surrounding area. We have tourism brochures, and other area information.