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  • Shoshone
  • National Park
  • 208-527-1300

Since its establishment in 1924, Creators of the Moon National Monument and Preserves has lived up to its reputation as a bizarre and scenic landscape. The 750,000-acre enormous lava field conserves volcanic rifts, caves, and cider cones, but also a great amount of beautiful plants and animals. Co...

  • 300 S Capital Avenue, Idaho Falls
  • Museum
  • 208-524-7777

The Eagle Rock Art Museum rotates through exhibits that have a particular focus on Idaho artists, some very well known. But, as the museum is also an education center, you may see some exhibits drawn entirely by children. You can also attend classes.

  • Moose
  • National Park
  • 307-739-3300

Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park preserves a spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and extraordinary wildlife. The abrupt vertical rise of the jagged Teton Range contrasts with the horizontal sage-covered valley and glacial lakes at their base, ...

  • 200 N Eastern Ave, Idaho Falls
  • Museum
  • 208-522-1400

Imagine an encounter with giant dinosaurs, the allure of ancient Egyptian artifacts, or the fascination of seeing the delicate intricacies of the human body. At the Museum of Idaho, you can surround yourself with these wonders of the world. Celebrating a decade of excellence, the Museum of Idaho is...

  • 2725 Carnival way, Idaho Falls
  • Zoos - Game Park
  • 208-528-5552

This is Idaho's largest zoo, with over 350 animals, many from across the world and others that you might see on a farm (only you can get up close and touch, here). Tautphaus Park participates in the Survival Species Plan, so you'll be seeing some very rare animals indeed as well.

  • Island Park
  • State Parks
  • 208-558-7368

Harriman State Park lies within an 16,000-acre wildlife refuge in the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Moose, Elk, and Sandhill Cranes are common, as is North America's largest waterfowl, the Trumpeter Swan. Known as one of the best fly-fishing streams in the nation, the Henrys Fork meanders for eight...

  • Key Bank parking lot, Idaho Falls
  • Markets-Festivals
  • 208-523-7384

  • Idaho Falls
  • Performing Arts
  • 208-403-5166

The Idaho Falls Youth Arts Centre a non profit youth performing arts provides quality opportunities for youth to enrich their lives through participation in music, dramatic arts and creative movement. The Idaho Falls Youth Arts Centre fosters a positive outlet for youth to build on their unique sk...

  • 130 NW Main St., Blackfoot
  • Museum
  • 208-785-2517

The Idaho Potato Museum (formly known as the Idaho Potato Expo) offers many fun and educational exhibits featuring the world's most popular vegetable and Idaho's most famous product.

  • 498 A St, Idaho Falls
  • Art Gallery-Museum
  • 208-522-0471

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Southeast IdahoBear Lake and Lava Hot Spring are found in Southeast Idaho, both exciting destinations for travelers from all over. Bear Lake is often called the "Caribbean of the Rockies" due to its vibrant blue color.
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Eastern IdahoThis is the place for the outdoor enthusiast. Most of the year some of the best fishing around can be found in the various lakes and streams of the area.
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Southeast IdahoChallenging rock-climbing, world-class mountain bike trails, disc golf courses and an active Greenway are some of the outdoor offerings right in Pocatello. Learn to squeegee at the world’s only Museum of Clean, stand in awe of saber tooth cats and giant bison at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, float the lazy river at the aquatic center, shop charming Old Town, or see Grizzlies and the animals of Yellowstone up-close at the Pocatello Zoo. Between Salt Lake City and Yellowstone National Park on I-15, it’s an ideal place to spend the night. Visit Pocatello for fantastic dining, attractions, events and lodging.
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