Museum Exhibits

The Idaho State Museum features over 80,000 square feet of exhibit space with over 500 artifacts combined with immersive, innovative technology to tell the story of Idaho. From the lakes and forests of the north down to the deserts and canyons of the south, visitors can explore each space and understand the important relationship between Idaho’s land and its people and how they have shaped, and continue to shape each other over time.

The Museum’s two rotating galleries, Syringa and Treasures, provide spaces to expand on themes within the exhibits by highlighting additional artifacts from the collection and sourcing national exhibits for display.

See below for descriptions of each exhibit and current exhibits featured in the temporary gallery spaces.


Idaho: The Land and Its People

History Explorer Galleries

Rotating Gallery: Treasures Gallery

Rotating Gallery: Syringa Gallery

Pioneer Village