All nature & natural history museums and attractions to visit in Idaho

Idaho (United States) has a lot to offer for people that like animals, plants and anything else related to nature and its history. Below we list all 7 nature and natural history museums that are located in Idaho.

Is nature and the natural world something that interests you and are you looking for the best nature museums to visit in Idaho? These are the ones:

  1. Zoo Boise1

    Zoo Boise

    Boise City, ID
    Julia Davis Park is home to several prominent sites and attractions. These include museums such as the Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Historical Museum, and the Idaho Black History Museum. Other attractions within the park include Zoo Boise, the Idaho Rose Society, and the Gene Harris Band Shell. These diverse attractions offer a wide range of experiences for visitors to the park.
  2. World Center For Birds of Prey2

    World Center For Birds of Prey

    Boise City, ID
    The World Center for Birds of Prey, located in Boise, Idaho, serves as the headquarters for The Peregrine Fund. This international non-profit organization is dedicated to the conservation of endangered raptors worldwide. The center is a hub for research, breeding, and education about these magnificent birds, making it a fascinating destination for those interested in wildlife conservation.
  3. Idaho Black History Museum3

    Idaho Black History Museum

    Boise City, ID
    Nestled next to the historic Julia Davis Park lies the Idaho Black History Museum. Built in 1995, the museum is the oldest black history museum in the Pacific Northwest. Being so, the museum, as well as Julia Davis Park, proves Idaho's rich foundation of history, diversity, and “reinvention”. Contri
  4. Idaho Potato Museum4

    Idaho Potato Museum

    Blackfoot, ID
    The Idaho Potato Museum, located in Blackfoot, Idaho, is a unique institution dedicated to the humble potato. The museum is housed in a building that was originally the Oregon Short Line Railroad Depot, a subsidiary of the Union Pacific Railroad. This historical connection adds an extra layer of interest to the museum, making it not just a place to learn about potatoes, but also a piece of Idaho's rich history.
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    Zoo Idaho

    Pocatello, ID
    Zoo Idaho, located in Pocatello, Idaho, is a unique zoo that has been welcoming visitors since 1932. The zoo is known for its collection of animals native to the Intermountain West, providing a unique opportunity for visitors to learn about and interact with these species.
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    Aquarium of Boise

    Boise, ID
    The Aquarium of Boise, located in Boise, Idaho, United States, is a non-profit organization that opened its doors to the public in 2011. This aquarium is a significant attraction for tourists, offering a variety of aquatic exhibits and educational programs.
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    East Idaho Aquarium

    Idaho Falls, ID

All museums in Idaho