- Bisbee Photography
Clarence Bisbee was hired to come to Twin Falls to take promotional photographs of the area to inspire other to settle here. Bisbee photographs are plentiful and a great documentary tool for the area. The museum houses his camera, case and tripod and we have a digital display showing the home life of Mr. Bisbee.
- I.B. Perrine
Ira Burton Perrine's family has donated some of his medals won for fruit grown on his Blue Lakes Ranch.
- Happy Holly and the Buckaroos
Holland Lynn Houfburg, better known as "Happy Holly", brought dozens of the biggest names in the Country and Western music era to town during the 1950s and 1960s. Hear some of the original music of the Buckaroo band.
- Farming Equipment
The majority of the machinery was used to accommodate what crops farmers were harvesting in the early 1900s. Throughout the museum grounds you will find everything from grain cleaners, hay balers, and bean planters. A steam tractor is also on display.
- Pioneer House
The pioneer house represents the lifestyle of early Twin Falls County residents. In the center of the house is the kitchen area where much of the daily activities took place.
- Craft House
Three displays are housed in the Craft House, a tack shop, a slaughter house, and a carpentry shop. Planes, levels, mallets and other tools are here as well as saddles, harness and numerous other things you might recognize.
- Blacksmith Shop
The blacksmith shop contains authentic tools that were used to create gates, railings, tools, and farm equipment. Grinding wheels for sharpening tools, a display of horse and mule shoes, beet knives, wrenches, and a forge just to mention a few.