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Eastern Idaho has over 1800 miles of groomed trails, numerous off-load areas and quaint warming huts, as well as endless breathtaking open ridges, meadows, scenery, and wildlife. Learn More

Cultural Attractions

Savor the history of Eastern Idaho by visiting area museums. Learn how TV was invented. Examine the effects of the devastating Teton Flood of 1976. Cower beneath a life sized skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus. Explore the world of the late Cretaceous Period, filled with huge carnivorous marine reptiles, gigantic flesh-eating fish, flying reptiles, and the biggest sea turtles to have ever lived.

The museums of Eastern Idaho let you do all this and more. The popular Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls, frequently hosts world famous traveling exhibitions. Come explore history.

Mud Lake Historical Society

  • Located in city building at Mud Lake, Terreton
  • Museum

Rexburg Tabernacle

  • 51 N. Center, Rexburg
  • Historical Building
  • 208-359-3020

Sacajawea Center

  • Other Attractions

Teton Flood Museum

  • 51 N. Center, Rexburg
  • Museum
  • 208-359-3063

Teton Geotourism Center

  • 60 S Main St, Driggs
  • (208) 354-2607

Teton Valley Historical Museum

  • Museum

Willard Art Center

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