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Idaho Black History Museum, Boise

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Contact: +1 208 433 0017
Open Hours: Summer: 10a-4p Tu-Sa, 1p-4p Su, Winter: 11a-3p W-Sa
Located in historic St. Paul Baptist Church, the Idaho Black History Museum celebrates Idaho's black culture. Open since 1995, the museum offers visitors many interesting historical tidbits, such as a look at Idaho's black cowboys and miners, and Idaho's contribution to the Civil Rights Movement. The building itself also has an interesting historical legacy as one of the first African-American churches in the Boise area, founded in 1909. Activities include storytelling, workshops, lectures and musical performances.