Idaho history is yours to explore at the Twin Falls County Historical Society Museum!
Learn what ranching, irrigated-farming, and life in the early 1900's was like. Tour the 1914 Union School building, Pioneer House and museum grounds, and immerse yourself in the rich heritage of Southern Idaho and the Magic Valley. Visit today!
Located along Highway 30, between Twin Falls and Filer. Watch for twinfallsmuseum.org signs on outbuilding. Parking is generally in front, except during events when we open the back lawn and parking lot. The museum encompasses 2 acres and displays are not only on the perimeter, but in outbuildings behind the Union School building.
Group visits and tours can be tailored to specific interests. The park behind the museum offers picnic tables and ample space for outside events.
Watch our "Yours to Explore" video on you tube. Go to youtube.com and search for twin falls county historical - - - or try this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=squARO-aSGs
Our newest video is of the Murtaugh Lake canal gate opening, find it at https://youtu.be/Y3b_eqrZsiw
Watch our commercial at : https://youtu.be/dJDjgOxWbLQ
Admission is free.
Donations are welcomed.
Tue through Sat: 12 noon - 5 p.m.
Closed: Sunday and Monday
If our banner sign is out, we are open! The museum will only be closed if it snows or is icy.
School and other civic groups are welcome to call and schedule tours for whatever hours will work best for them.
We will be happy to see you here!
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