Visitors listen to the whispers of the pioneers as they tell Idaho's story through displays of historical artifacts at ... More
Idaho State Historical Museum
Visitors listen to the whispers of the pioneers as they tell Idaho's story through displays of historical artifacts at this museum. The Idaho State Historical Museum includes stories of prehistoric, Native American, Basque and Chinese cultures. Visitors also learn about the old frontier days and pioneer settlements. The museum offers many hours of exploration. Visitors can combine a trip here with a visit to the Pioneer Village , the Julia Davis Park or Zoo Boise , which are all located nearby. Opening times vary based on season. Check the website for varying dates.
The hands on activities that most meuseums do not provide is a wonderful way to learn about how life was in the prarie days.
The diversity of the things in the meuseum like the toys of the prarie children to the flowers found by lewis and clark this is an absolutely wonderful experience. i would definetly recomend this to any one who was looking for a fun day and something interesting to do.
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