Located at Gowen Field, where airmen trained during World War II, this museum celebrates Idaho's military history through ... More
Idaho Military History Museum
Located at Gowen Field, where airmen trained during World War II, this museum celebrates Idaho's military history through photographs and artifacts. A late-1800s lieutenant, sporting an enormous mustache, stares gloomily from the wall. World War II memorabilia has a prominent place among the displays, and you can stroll past a 1941 Willy's Jeep. The displays are brought up-to-date with F-4 and F-16 cockpit simulators. Visitors can make their own dog tag at the gift shop or visit the research library.
Built in 1905 and in the image of the U.S. Capitol, the Idaho Capitol is the only statehouse in the
country that is heated by geothermal water. The building was completed in 1920 and features a rotunda floor in ...
Have you ever wondered why you see colors in soap bubbles? Your answer waits at this educational center, a fun
science museum that features interactive and hands on displays. Visitors can check out the House of Science to see ...
Completed in 1970, the Idaho Supreme Court Building does not have the historic look of the much older Idaho State
Capitol Building . Nevertheless, history is made here every day. Built of travertine limestone from Idaho Falls, the building ...