History, Historic House
The museum, once the social center of Blackfoot, was built in 1905 by John G. and May Brown. He brought his family from Tennessee, complete with servants, chauffeur and Chinese cook to live in the mansion.
Idaho City, Idaho
Cemetery, Church, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
General, History, Historic House
Established in the old Liberty Theater, this museum illustrates the history of Mullan with exhibits of historical furnishings, vintage clothing, photographs, newspapers, mining relics and local school, sports, firemen, and drug store memorabilia. The museum features information on the building of the Mullan Road in 1859-1862, which connected Fort Benton, Montana to Fort Walla Walla, Washington.
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
* Early 1900's Store, includes 800-plus square-foot McNealy Library and Archives.
* Hunt House - contains collection from Gov. Frank Hunt, who served as Idaho's governor 1901-1903.
* Little Red School House - a one-room schoolhouse.
* The Bunkhouse - a tribute to the cattle & sheep industry, plus taxidermy displays.
* The Blacksmith Shop.
Sponsors annual "River Through Time" re-enactment event the first weekend in October.
Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Children's, General, History, Historic House, Military, Natural History, Park
The Hess Heritage Museum is a restored, 250-acre pioneer farm in the Upper Snake River valley. Exhibits include the outdoor implement park; an implement barn containing historic farm implements and a mural depicting the history of agriculture; a hanger exhibiting the evolution of land, snow and air travel; a carriage house; a one-room schoolhouse; a wildlife exhibit and a blacksmith shop. A Social Hall contains the Village Green, depicting the 1890s and 1940s lifestyle.
Art, Culture, History, Historic House
The Idaho Black History Museum, founded in 1995, builds bridges between cultures, breaks down barriers and provides a safe haven to explore the African American experience through the education of all people on African Merican history, culture and art with emphasis in Idaho. The 'Invisble Idahoan: 200 Years of Blacks in Idaho' is the current exhibit sharing the contribution of African Americans to Idahos history.
Anthropology, Archaeology, Cemetery, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Pioneer & Nez Pere artifacts