Museums in Southeast Idaho

(1) Oneida County Pioneer Museum 

27 Bannock Street

P.O. Box 79

Malad City, ID  83252

(208) 766-4847

http://www.maladidaho.org/museum.html 

Open During Summer Months - Tuesday thru Saturday, 1:00 to 5:00pm

The Oneida County Museum is housed in a building that was built in 1914 as the R. B. Davis Drug Store and Boarding House.  The museum displays a variety of local treasures, including furniture, photos, old quilts, toys, farm implements, musical instruments, clothing, hats, and materials from the old Evans Co-op. Also, personal journals and records of all clubs, including War Mothers, Belletrists, Fine Arts, Ladies Literary, Daughters of Utah Pioneers and Native Daughters of Idaho Pioneers.

 

(2) Bannock County Historical Museum

300 Alvord Loop

P.O. Box 253

Pocatello, ID  83201

(208) 233-0434

 

Summer Hours - 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, 7 days a week.

Fees include the Fort Hall Replica $4.00 Adult $3.00 Senior $2.00 children Features Pocatello and Bannock County history, Native Americans, and the railroad.

 

(3) Fort Hall Replica

3002 Alvord Loop

Upper Level Ross Park

P.O. Box 4169

Pocatello, ID  83201

(208) 234-6191

llarsen@pocatello.us

www.forthall.net

 

Open mid-April through September

Enter the 19th Century world of explorers, trappers, fur traders, Native Americans, pioneers, gold seekers, historic figures, and common folk; all of whom visited the place called Fort Hall on the banks of the Snake River in what is now Southeast Idaho.

 

(4) Heritage Hall Museum

110 S. Reynolds Street

Dubois, ID  83423

(208) 374-5787

heritagehall@mudlake.net

www.facebook.com/heritagehallclarkcounty 

Open Friday and Saturday afternoons

The first church built in Clark County, originally known as the St. James Episcopal Church.  The building is on the National Register of Historic Places and displays artifacts from Clark County's history.

(5) Collectors Corner Museum

900 John Adams Parkway

Idaho Falls, ID  83401

(208) 528-9900

www.idahofallsidaho.net

 

Open All Year

Over 90 individual collections on display including an exhibit with over 400 Barbie Dolls. Other displays include toys, bears, antiques, coins, military items, tools, stamps, trains, and much more.

 

(6) Mud Lake Historical Society and Museum

1097 East 1500 North

Terreton, ID  83450

mudlakemuseum@mudlake.net

https://mudlakemuseum.shutterfly.com/

 

Open Summers

The Mud Lake Historical Society was created July 3, 1990 in Mud Lake, Idaho with a purpose to gather and preserve the heritage of our past & to instill in the present generation a feeling of appreciation for their heritage.

 

(7) Island Park Historical Society

P.O. Box 224

Island Park, ID  83429

 

(8) Upper Snake River Valley Historical Museum

51 N Center Street

P.O. Box 244

Rexburg, ID  83440

(208) 365-9101

usrvhistsoc@hotmail.com

 

Open All Year

Features local history of the region.

Lincoln County Historical Society

112 West B Street

102 So.Rail East

Shoshone, ID  83352

(208) 886-7787

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

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