It is the mission of the Twin Falls county Historical Society and Museum to preserve the history of the Magic Valley area by providing a place of interest to collect, conserve and interpret those things which have and continue to make up our past, present and future.
The Museum Building
The "Curry" Union School still on site was built in 1914 and was used to educate elementary school students until the close of the 1968 spring term. The building now houses a museum and features a large collection of early artifacts and is operated by the Twin Falls County Historical Society.
The grounds also offer a blacksmith shop, farm house, and craft house available for viewing when weather permits. We have many old pieces of farm equipment in addition to ice wagons, a steam tractor, 1940 Twin Falls Fire Engine, and numerous other items of interest that may be seen while touring the large metal Annex building.
The Twin Falls County Historical Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, operating in Twin Falls County Idaho.
Historical Society Board
President: Steve Westphal
Vice President: Alex Kunkel
Treasurer: Doug Lincoln
Secretary: Patti Hurley
Karen (Hirai) Olen
Ashley Haycock - museum administrator
email the museum: firstname.lastname@example.org