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Museum of Idaho

200 North Eastern Avenue
208-522-1400

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.



Reviews

Chris Charnock

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Saturday, April 7, 2018
The museum had the dinosaurs in motion exhibit and it was awesome. My 5 year old loved all of the interactive displays. Unfortunately it's only there for a few more weeks but if you read this review in a timely manner I recommend checking it out with your little ones. They'll love it and so will the parents! Remember to tell the cashier you're an Idaho resident to get a discount on your admission. If this review was helpful please give it a "like".

Dillon Kohler

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Saturday, June 16, 2018
the museum changes its theme every once in a while. I've heard great reviews in the past on the previous themes. the new theme is steam punk and I relatively enjoyed my time! there were some great things to look at. But I felt like some of the interactive parts weren't functioning right and it was complicated to figure out. all in all it's a great place to see and the experience will be rememberable!

Heidi Parton

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Friday, May 25, 2018
So much fun! The steam punk special exhibit was stellar! We also loved the permanent exhibits on Idaho frontier and natural history. Great place, and not too expensive to visit!

Reuben Ellis

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Sunday, May 20, 2018
This is seriously such a great place to learn and interact! I love the exhibits and the time the museum takes to put the exhibits together. I also love the staff they really take the time to learn the exhibits and provide valuable insight!

Wm Talbot

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Friday, April 6, 2018
The exhibits are well laid out. I enjoyed the interactive nature of many of the exhibits. I also enjoyed the way they related scientific and physical principles to the motions and workings of the dinosaurs. There were lots of things for kids as well as adults. And every station there was a play table with related toys.

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