Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but still embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world's most famous park - Yellowstone.
Offering the renowned Museum of Idaho, its own symphony, opera, chamber orchestra, community drama, performing arts groups, a zoo, and of course professional minor league baseball, it's hard to imagine finding nothing to do.
As the regional center for healthcare, shopping, and entertainment, Idaho Falls is rapidly attracting small and large businesses alike and consistently finds itself listed in the top ten rankings of many prestigious magazines, newspapers and professional community research publications. As you can tell, we are very proud of our community. Whether you are visiting, relocating, or just browsing, your experience in Idaho Falls will be like none other. See more Idaho Falls information here.
Taylor Crossing on the River is quickly becoming the best place to live and do business. Located at the center of Idaho Falls, Idaho. Taylor Crossing on the River features the best in historic architecture as well as pristine water features and beautiful landscapes. Home to multiple, successful businesses, Taylor Crossing on the River drives a significant amount of traffic daily. With plans to construct new buildings for office, retail and resaurants, Taylor Crossing on the River is a destination location.
Taylor Crossing on the River in Idaho Falls, Idaho, offers: office space, retail space, restaurant space and a central city location. Voted one of the best places to live, Taylor Crossing on the River is close to the airport, and features beautiful architecture and landscape.
The Museum of Idaho is a non-profit organization and is the intermountain west’s premier museum in bringing exceptional exhibits to the public forefront. We are dedicated to preserving and showcasing the sciences, the humanities, and the natural and cultural history while also providing new experiences and unique educational opportunities.
Our museum offers internationally and nationally acclaimed traveling and permanent displays. With our continually expanding exhibits, we have reached captive audiences across the intermountain west with our past and upcoming exhibits.
Eagle Rock | Race for Atomic Power | Lewis & Clark in Idaho
Olde Fashioned Christmas & Winter Festivals: 2007 – Present
Watch the flock of threatened African Penguins, experience a wallaby mob on the move, discover the gibbons aerobatic abilities or surround yourself with sights and sounds of South American birds in the walk-through aviary. Stop by the Children's Zoo and pat a donkey, feed a lamb or just relax on a bench and enjoy the beautifully landscaped grounds. Over 400 animals, the largest collection in Idaho, call Tautphaus Park Zoo home.
Of course a visit to the zoo would not be complete without a soft drink, hamburger, or corn dog from the Kookaburra Kafe. The Explorer's Station gift shop offers a variety of items including T-shirts and stuffed animals that make a perfect souvenir of your visit. You can celebrate a birthday, take a fun and educational class or hold a family reunion or corporate picnic all right here at the zoo! Support the zoo by becoming a member and enjoy free admission for one year or adopt an animal and help care for the zoo's animal collection. There's excitment, fun and adventure for everyone at the Tautphaus Park Zoo!
Committed to the idea of an art museum for the citizens of southeastern Idaho, a number of corporations and foundations made substantial donations that enabled the building committed to reach its financial goals. The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho opened its doors to the public on Oct. 19, 2002, and is operated by the Board of Directors as a 501(c)3 nonprofit art museum and art education center.
Major contributors to the building fund included:
CHC Foundation | Farm Credit Services | City of Idaho Falls | Bank of Idaho | Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center | Steele Reese Foundation | British Nuclear Fuels Ltd. | Bechtel BWXT Idaho | Idaho Falls Rotary #380 | Eagle Rock Art Guild | Greg Carr Foundation | Ball Enterprises
Yellowstone National Park is the flagship of the National Park Service and a favorite to millions of visitors each year. The park is a major destination for all members of the family. By driving the grand loop road, visitors can view the park from the comfort of their vehicle and also take a rest at one of the many roadside picnic areas. For the active visitor, the park has thousands of miles of trails from dayhikes to backcountry explorations. The main attractions are all located on the grand loop road and here are some of the top reasons to visit the park.
World's First National Park | 2,219,789 acres (Larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined) | Wildlife - 7 species of ungulates (bison, moose, elk, pronghorn), 2 species of bear and 67 other mammals, 322 species of birds, 16 species of fish and of course the gray wolf. | Plants - There are over 1,100 species of native plants, more than 200 species of exotic plants and over 400 species of thermopholes. | Geology - The park is home to one of the world's largest calderas with over 10,000 thermal features and more than 300 geysers. It has one of the world's largest petrifiied forests. It has over 290 waterfalls with the 308' Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River as it's showpiece. | Yellowstone Lake is the largest (132 sq. mi.) high altitude (7,732') lake in north america. | 9 visitor centers | 12 campgrounds (over 2,000 campsites)