Because this museum does not have a physical address, it can be visited by anyone in the world.
6. Van Slyke Museum
Harrison Street in Memorial Park
This outdoor museum, located in Memorial Park holds artifacts which date back to the time of the Civil War. Unique farming equipment and two train cars filled with period articles give a unique view of the past. After relocation from their original sites, two of the area's oldest structures now rest within the museum.
5. Glen L. and Ruth Evans Gem and Mineral Collection.
Boone Hall at College of Idaho
This museum houses many gems and minerals from southern Idaho, as well as from the far reaches of planet Earth.
4. Caldwell Train Depot Interpretive Center and Museum
Located in the newly remodeled Union Pacific Depot, this museum holds local artifacts as well as an impressive model train display.
3. Rosenthal Gallery of Art
Blatchley Hall at College of Idaho
With an extensive ethnography collection and several exhibitions per year, the Rosenthal is one of southern Idaho's premiere art galleries.
2. Our Memories / Indian Creek Museum
This vast museum, with over 30 rooms of historic and social significance is one of Idaho's largest destination museums.
1. Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History
Boone Hall - College of Idaho
Nationally ranked as one of the top Natural History museums in North America, the Orma J. Smith Museum welcomes everyone from serious researchers to elementary school groups.