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Museums in the area cover all aspects of time, culture and people. From the Native American and Asian cultures, to the Lewis and Clark Expedition, history is vividly displayed. The Nez Perce National Historical Park, 11 miles southeast of Lewiston on State Highway 95, is a complete informational center and museum featuring historical displays and interpretive programs teaching travelers about the rich history and customs of the Nez Perce Tribe. There are 24 separate interpretive sites that constitute the Nez Perce National Historical Park. PowWows and other community events are hosted in various locations throughout the year. Experience the history and culture of the Lewis Clark Valley.

Asotin County Museum
Experience the frontier as the settlers did. The museum's cement block building was constructed in 1920 for use as a funeral parlor by Henry J. Mercha...
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Idaho History Tours
Walking tours of historic downtown Lewiston will take you to areas that have not changed for 100 years. Experience the Ghost Tour and explore beneath ...
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Jack O'Connor Hunting Heritage & Education Center
Jack O’Connor was the undisputed dean of outdoor writers. This center is the permanent home of his...
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LCSC Center for Arts & History
This beautifully restored historic building in downtown Lewiston is Idaho’s second largest exhibition space and is home to Lewiston’s turn-of-the-...
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Nez Perce National Historical Park
The Nez Perce National Park headquarters and museum memorializes Nimiipuu history and culture. It al...
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Nez Perce Tourism
At the foundation of this tourism company is the heartbeat of the Nimiipuu ancestors. Nez Perce Tourism provides exclusive experiences, where you can ...
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Valley Art Center
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