Toytopia opens Oct. 1

Toys through the decades, interactive games, ’80s arcade, and more

The Keefers

Watch the acclaimed Eagle Rock Films documentary about an influential East Idaho family

Take a hike

Check out one of six new Adventure Backpacks to explore the museum in accessible new ways

Toytopia opens Oct. 1

Toys through the decades, interactive games, '80s arcade, and more
Learn more

Take a hike

Check out one of six new Adventure Backpacks to explore the museum in accessible new ways
Learn more

explore today

Experience these offerings right now at the Gem State’s premier museum.

Way Out West

Hunt a mammoth, stroll through an Old West town, and immerse yourself in 13,000 years of Idaho and Greater Yellowstone.

Drop-in experiences

Let the kids climb and explore in the Discovery Room, check out one of six different Adventure Backpacks, or stop by a Dig Deeper STEM Station for a unique visit every time.

Upcoming programs & events

Classes, date nights, lectures, and hands-on learning for all ages

Teacher Week

Active educators get free admission to MOI all week!

Little Learners

Museum of Idaho 200 N. Eastern Ave., Idaho Falls, ID

Parents and kids ages 2-5, explore a new topic each month through crafts, games, songs, and snacks. One-hour classes at 10am and 1pm.

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