Idaho is often ravaged by summer forest fires. Luckily though, the National Interagency Fire Center is located in Boise. ... More
National Interagency Fire Center
Idaho is often ravaged by summer forest fires. Luckily though, the National Interagency Fire Center is located in Boise. Founded in 1965, the facility houses equipment that helps firefighters across the western United States, including Alaska. During the free tours, visitors learn about special equipment for detecting lightning storms and the role of smokejumpers. The Wildland Firefighters Monument pays homage to firefighters with poetry along the pathway and statues by Larry Nowlan. Public tours take place Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9a.
For 70 years the Boise Art Museum has provided an imaginative excursion for all the senses. Wander through the airy
sculpture garden or admire one of the pieces from the museum's 15 galleries. The museum regularly features local artists, ...
Experience it all a productive meeting, a thrilling game at Boise State, the area's natural wonders and onsite entertainment at
this Boise hotel. With Bogus Basin nearby, guests can easily enjoy skiing and snowboarding. The area also offers white ...
This Moorish style synagogue is small in size but dripping in history. Built in 1896, it has the honor of
being the nation's oldest continually used temple on the western side of the Mississippi. Former Idaho Governor Moses Alexander, ...