The Museum of Idaho

The Museum of Idaho

The Museum of Idaho

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.

Traveling Exhibits

A T. Rex Named Sue: 2003 | Discovering Idaho: The World of Lewis & Clark: 2004 | Giant Insects: 2004 | A Space Journey: 2005 | Secrets of the Cave: 2005 | Savage Seas: 2006 | Guns & Hooks: 2006 | Ink & Blood: 2007 | World of the Pharaohs: 2008  | Wheels: Are We There Yet?: 2008 | Titanic: 2009 | Lincoln: Preservation of a Nation: 2009 | Wolf to Woof: The Story of Dogs: 2010 | Decoding da Vinci: 2010 | BODIES…The Exhibition: 2011 | A Grateful Nation: A Look Back at WWII | Teeth, Tails, & Trouble: A T. rex Named Sue and How to Raise a Dinosaur 2012 | King Tut: Treasures of the Tomb: 2012

Permanent Exhibits
Eagle Rock | Race for Atomic Power | Lewis & Clark in Idaho

Seasonal Exhibits
Olde Fashioned Christmas & Winter Festivals: 2007 – Present

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