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  • This historic site marks the spot where daredevil Evel Knievel attempted to jump across the Snake River Canyon on a rocket-powered skycycle. The Snake River enters the Snake River Canyon of Idaho, w...
  • Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Historic Ballroom offers timeless beauty with modern amenities. Experience the elegance of this historic venue that thrives till date. Enjoy i...
  • The Hotel Buhl building listed on the National Register of Historic Places now houses West End Senior Center, providing essential services and resources for senior citizens. Located in the heart of ...
  • This site is also known as the Paul T. Smith Law Office and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1996. There are 49 underground tunnels beneath Twin Falls and the underground ...
  • The Sunshine Mine Memorial is a 12-ft sculpture depicting a miner raising his drill. It commemorates the mining disaster of 1972 ending the lives of 91 miners. On May 2, 1972 fire broke out at Sunsh...
  • Kellogg is named after a prospector named Noah Kellogg. Legend has it that his donkey wandered off one September morning in 1885 and Kellogg found the animal at a large outcropping of galena, which ...
  • Built in 1941 in Kellogg as a little drive in Restaurant, the Miners Hat Monument as it is referred to, served wonderful food to passersby. People would just order the food sitting in cars as it was...
  • Located a mere 15 minute drive from Kellogg on S Mission Road in Cataldo stands the Cataldo Mission, a historic site created a century ago. As the only permanent structure in the area, the Catholic ...
  • Established in 1863 this was the first Catholic church for Euro-Americans in Idaho. St. Joseph`s Roman Catholic Church is the first Catholic Church in the Boise Basin and one of the oldest in the st...
  • This Old Idaho Penitentiary is a State Historic Site and is also known as the Idaho Territorial Prison. Constructed in the Territory of Idaho in 1870 it grew from a single cell house into a complex ...
  • The Idaho World is the oldest newspaper in Idaho, founded in 1863 by Joseph and Thomas Butler. The News Paper Building in Idaho City built of local half-"baked "brick comprises of early "bricks" tha...
  • Among the eighteen historical buildings lining the town, the Masonic Lodge Number 1, Wall Street, Idaho City, remains the oldest standing Masonic Temple in Idaho. It is also the only building still ...
  • The sense of history is apparent even as you gaze up at this concrete, brick, ceramic tile, asphalt and terra cotta constructed Federal Building standing in Sandpoint on Second Avenue. Following the...
  • This old building has been standing across the creek near the railroad station and earlier had advertising signs of chewing tobacco and Bull Durham nailed to its walls. The jail, with its four cells...
  • This historical site is located on Cedar Street at Sand Creek. The station building is the oldest remaining active passenger depot of the former Northern Pacific Railway. It was listed on the Nation...
  • This historic building located on First Avenue in Sandpoint is significant for its architectural style and engineering. Following the Romanesque Renaissance style of designing popular in the period ...
  • This site has been posted to the National Register of Historic Places on November 17, 1982. This Finnish Log Structure that has the walls made of asbestos is significant for its structure. The build...
  • This old school is considered to have had Finnish origins and is located in south east Idaho. Situated on Farm to Market Road in the vicinity of McCall most students had to travel cross country to r...
  • Listed on the National Register of Historic Places the Central Idaho Historical Museum sitting on four acres in the heart of McCall includes the Fire Wardens House that remains as it was in 1937. It...
  • The town of McCall was named for Tom McCall, a prominent town leader who arrived in 1891. The town sprung up on the shores of Payette Lake as mining and logging grew. The Brown Tie and Lumber Compan...
  • The towering clock tower and Spanish-style architecture of the Boise Train Depot stands as a landmark historic site on Capital Boulevard in Boise. Originally constructed in 1925, it was carefully re...
  • This is a wonderfully rich historical site in Boise that is also known as Idaho Territorial Prison. Located at the Old Idaho Penitentiary Road it was built in 1870. The prison is located east of Boi...
  • This grand old building is beautiful and was earlier home to a succession of Episcopal Bishops of Idaho. Who so ever served as the head of Episcopal Diocese of Idaho lived in this home with their fa...
  • This historic building is significant for its role in the history of mining in Idaho. In the first half of 1860s Idahos gold production being the third highest in the US, it was a problem to transp...