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Eastern Idaho

Blast Off Family Fun Center - A fun family activity center featuring mini golf, laser tag,rock climbing and arcade. Be sure and visit the Galactic Galaxy Playground and Land of Make Believe.

Riot Zone Family Fun Park - Activities for the whole family including: 1/4 mile adult go-kart track, a separate kids track, a big bumper boat pond, a separate small pond just for the toddlers, an 18 hole miniature golf course, two rock climbing towers, a rocket ride, buckaroo ride, and more!

Museum of Idaho - Idaho's premier national traveling exhibit museum and is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the natural and cultural history of Idaho and the Intermountain West. The museum does this by developing regional educational programs in the sciences and humanities, and by hosting nationally acclaimed exhibitions.

Legacy Flight Museum - Come and see up close some of the machines that have served our country and provided us with the freedoms we currently enjoy.

The Idaho Centennial Carousel - Idaho's only antique wooden carousel. It is one of 170 antique wooden carousels still existing in the United States.

Teton Flood Museum - Rexburg was struck by a disastrous flood on June 5, 1976, when the Teton Dam broke. A model of the dam before it broke is one of the first things you'll see in the museum. The museum is filled with old things from bathtubs to musical instruments. Not all of the things pertain to the flood, but most survived the catastrophe.

Art Museum of Eastern Idaho - The only Art Museum in Eastern Idaho. Come and enjoy the activities that are always going on here as you learn about the Visual arts.

Teton Valley Museum - A great place to spend a quiet and educational afternoon. The exhibits are interesting and will give you a better view of the history of the surrounding area of Driggs.

Heise Hot Springs - Offers swimming pools, a 350 foot water slide, outfitted fishing and float trips on the Snake River and a nine hole golf course. Their 82 degree filtered fresh water pool creates an invigorating, fun environment for the whole family.

Tautphaus Park Zoo - Home to over 250 animals from six continents, the Tautphaus Park Zoo's large natural habitats provide haven to such species as African Lions, Snow Leopards, Bactrian Camels, Ring-tailed and Red-ruffed Lemurs and Debrazza Guenon Monkeys.

Yellowstone Bear World - Here you'll be taken back in time to an era when the black and grizzly bears wandered along the roadsides of Yellowstone Park. They strive for excellence in providing a natural habitat for viewing wildlife from the comfort of your automobile or recreational vehicle.