This art gallery is dedicated to showcasing local artists and promoting art education. It is a place for the community to come together and interact with the arts. The main focus of the Center is to support and encourage arts in the community. Find great gifts and original art. Buying from this gallery supports local… Read more »
Thing to do: Museums/Arts/Tours
The Nez Perce County Historical Society is dedicated to the collection, preservation and dissemination of the history of Nez Perce County and the surrounding area. In addition to preserving artifacts, the Society maintains a research library of Nez Perce County history and works with the public to provide educational information. The museum also acts as… Read more »
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. Merchant Sr. Later the facility was donated by the Merchant family to be used as a museum. In 1972, it became the Asotin County Historical Society, and features many hands-on… Read more »
At the foundation of this tourism company is the heartbeat of the Nimiipuu ancestors. Nez Perce Tourism provides exclusive experiences, where you can walk alongside the Nimiipuu people, learning their ancient ways of life. Embrace the spirit of their homelands and listen to the drumbeat of the landscape on one of the exciting tours led… Read more »
The Nez Perce National Park headquarters and museum memorializes Nimiipuu history and culture. It also houses a fine collection of Nez Perce clothing and accouterments, utilitarian artifacts, a dug-out canoe and a model of an ancient lodge.
This beautifully restored historic building in downtown Lewiston is Idaho’s second largest exhibition space and is home to Lewiston’s turn-of-the-century Chinese Beuk Aie Temple. The Center features local, regional and nationally-renowned artists. It also hosts readings, lectures and special events.
The Lewis & Clark Discovery Center was completed in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The center is located in Hells Gate State Park. It features a two acre outdoor interpretive center along the banks of the Snake River. It also has educational displays, a gift shop and an original… Read more »
Jack O’Connor was the undisputed dean of outdoor writers. This center is the permanent home of his wildlife collection. View his trophies from all over the world while being educated about the role of hunting in modern-day game management and conservation. For decades, his featured articles in Outdoor Life Magazine brought enjoyment and a sense… Read more »
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 the sidewalks, feel the presence of the “spirits” who traveled under the sidewalks and worked in the unmentionable side of society in the 1930s. Each historic building entered is documented… Read more »