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Company of Fools - A professional, nonprofit theatre committed to developing and sustaining a company of theatre artists that stage productions in the Wood River Valley, in greater Idaho and in the United States. Production focus is given to selected works that deal with 'the human heart in conflict with itself' and to an American perspective of these works.

Sun Valley Center for the Arts - An inspiring, nurturing, and creative setting provides children and adults with the opportunity to explore and grow through art.

Lemhi County Museum - This museum offers the unique Ray Edwards Oriental Collection, donated by a local man who traveled extensively in Asia in the 1920's. Other exhibits include Lemhi Shoshoni Indian artifacts including headdresses and peace pipes.

Blaine County Historical Musuem - Visitors can explore the Wood River Valley's pioneer past, research family histories, and view vignettes of mines, schools, ranches, famous literary personalities, period fashions, and political memorabilia. Each display shows aspects of the life that early inhabitants and pioneers experienced.

Sacagawea Interpretive, Cultural and Education Center - Dedicated to honoring and providing education about America's great historical heroine, Sacagawea, an Agai Dika Lemhi Shoshone, and her role in the Corps of Discovery.

Idaho River Journeys - Experience rafting on Idaho's Middle Fork of the Salmon or Main Salmon for the best family rafting vacation ever.

NexStage Theatre - Serving Blaine County with a permanent theatre for local performers, staging quality performances of music, dance and theater, helping to underwrite non-profit community events and offering year-round educational performing arts classes for the families of Southern Idaho.

Mystic Saddle Ranch - For over 40 years Mystic Saddle Ranch of Stanley has set the standard for back country trips into the Sawtooth Wilderness.

Heritage and Ski Museum - Experience the early days of this area through displays. History will come to life when you visit the museum. The Museum has two buildings that house exhibits, offices and the gift shop.

Sun Valley - Offers vacationers an astonishing 2,054 skiable acres, unparalleled choices in both dining and lodging, the world's largest computer controlled snowmaking system. Sun Valley also offers a wide variety of other outdoor activities such as mountain biking, horseback riding, ice skating, golf and hiking.

Craters of the Moon - A vast ocean of lava flows with scattered islands of cinder cones and sagebrush. Explore this "weird and scenic landscape" where yesterday's volcanic events are likely to continue tomorrow.

Soldier Mountain - Offers 1150 acres of inbound terrain to satisfy skiers of all levels including Central Idaho's best and most plentiful powder (known to last up to month after a storm)! For those who prefer things a little tamer, come experience the Northwest's best grooming!

Flying Resort Ranch - Summer visitors enjoy hiking, day trips to the high country, fishing in the Middle Fork of the Salmon River, Hot Springs and a store where you can buy all kinds of sundries, the things you ran short of or that were forgotten.