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Cultural Attractions

Idaho Potato Museum

  • 130 NW Main St., Blackfoot
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The Idaho Potato Museum is a unique museum which appropriately showcases Idaho’s Famous Potatoes®. Located in the old Oregon Short Line Railroad Depot you’ll discover the world of potatoes. The rich graphics showcasing the history of the potato will lead you through the revolution of the potato industry. From the original potato planted in Idaho, to the largest potato crisp made by the Pringle’s Company in Jackson, TN.

Art Museum of Eastern Idaho

  • 300 South Capital Ave., Idaho Falls
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  • (208) 524-7777
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Eastern Idaho's only art museum regularly exhibiting contemporary and family friendly art. Museum Hours Tuesday - Saturday,11 am - 5 pm; Thursday, 11 am - 8 pm. Admission: Adults $4, Seniors $3, Youth (6-18 yrs) $2, College student w/ID $2, Children 5 & under Free, Family $10.

Idaho Falls Arts Council

  • 498 A Street, Idaho Falls
  • (208) 522-0471
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Yellowstone Bear World

  • PO Box 160, Rexburg
  • 208-359-9688

Yellowstone Bear World is located about 5 miles south of Rexburg just off Highway 20. Bear World takes a nostalgic look back to when black and grizzly bears roamed free in Yellowstone National Park. Bear World is a unique drivethrough park where you can watch the wildlife in their own habitats in your own vehicle. Yellowstone Bear World is open from mid May to mid October, seven days a week. Rates vary, and full vehicles receive discounts.

Museum of Idaho

  • 200 N Eastern Ave, Idaho Falls
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  • (208) 522-1400
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Your visit to MOI The Museum of Idaho is located in downtown Idaho Falls, alongside fine dining, shopping, entertainment, and the River Walk. 200 N Eastern Ave, Idaho Falls, ID 83402 From I-15: Exit 118 (Broadway), east 0.9 mi. From US-20 (Rexburg/Yellowstone): Exit at Riverside Dr, left 1 mi to roundabout, right on Memorial Dr 0.3 mi, left on Broadway 0.3 mi. From US-26 (Jackson/Grand Teton): Remain on US-26/Yellowstone Ave into city center, left on Elm St

The Butterfly Haven

  • 1462 West 200 South, Pingree
  • 208-684-3702
The Butterfly Haven is Idaho’s largest butterfly house. You can come enjoy the beauty of many different species of butterflies, plants and birds at The Butterfly House. Showcasing many different species found here in Idaho.  You can walk thru the indoor botanical garden featuring a waterfall and an old hand pump or sit for a spell and watch as the butterflies flutter around you. Some of the Butterflies you may see while you visit are include Red Admiral, Morning Cloak, Anise Swallowtail Swallowtail, Monarch, Vice Rois, Buck Eyes, Common Alpine and Milbert’s Tortoiseshell. 

Artitorium

  • 271 Broadway, Idaho Falls
  • Other Attractions
  • 208-522-0471

Colonial Theater

  • 498 A Street, Idaho Falls
  • 208-522-0471

Idaho Falls Auditorium District

  • 425 N. Capital Ave., Idaho Falls
  • (208) 881-9585

Idaho Falls Temple

  • 1000 Memorial Drive, Idaho Falls
  • Historical Building
  • 208-523-4504

Idaho Falls Zoo

  • Rollandet Avenue, Idaho Falls
  • Zoo
  • 208-612-8470

The Know Place

  • Located next to Downtown Development Corp. in downtown Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls
  • Museum

Willard Art Center

  • 948 A Street, Idaho Falls
  • (208-522-047)