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L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center - Music, dance, theatre, lectures and more bring the communities of Idaho State University and southern Idaho together in one spectacular locale.

Paris Tabernacle Historical Site - This place of worship is recognized as one of the true pioneer landmarks of the West. A free, self-guided tour reveals intricate wood ceilings and stone carvings. A small museum houses heirlooms and objects of art left by the homesteaders.

Idaho Potato Museum - A unique museum which appropriately showcases Idaho's Famous Potatoes. The rich graphics showcasing the history of the potato will lead you through the revolution of the potato industry. From the original potato planted in Idaho, to the largest potato chip.

Oneida County Pioneer Museum - This Building was built in 1914 by R.B. Davis and used as a Drug Store for many years. The original pressed-tin ceiling and the original safe are still in good condition and are interesting features of the Oneida Pioneer Museum.

Pebble Creek Ski Area - While old timers and young dare devils still loudly proclaim, "If you can ski Pebble Creek you can ski anywhere," Pebble Creek is also a good place to learn to ski.

Nuart Theater-Blackfoot Commun - Live Theater creating an opportunity for folks in the area to develop talents, enjoy a hobby, and experience the arts.

Fort Hall Replica & Frontier Town - A trip to the Fort Hall Replica takes you back to the 19th Century. It is a wonderful display of period lifestyle and replicates one of the northwest's earliest fur trading forts.

The National Oregon/California Trail Center - A community volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the pioneer trails in the state of Idaho and surrounding states. A tour includes the incredible Clover Creek Wagon Encampment, a mercantile, gun shop, and livery stable. Visitors can even take a wagon ride on the trail inside the Center.

Idaho Museum of Natural History - The mission of the Idaho Museum of Natural History is to acquire, preserve, study, interpret and display objects relating to the natural history of Idaho and the Northern Intermountain West for research and education. The Museum seeks to enhance in the citizens of Idaho and visitors an understanding of and delight in Idaho's natural and cultural history.

South Bannock County Historical Museum - Offers both permanent and rotating exhibits about the history of the Lava Hot Springs area and development of the surrounding rural communities of Arimo, Inkom, Downey, McCammon, Virginia and Swan Lake.

Pocatello Zoo - Bison, cougar, eagles, pronghorn and grizzly bear are living symbols of the America West. You can find these and other North American species at the Pocatello Zoo. The Pocatello Zoo provides a unique opportunity to learn about native wildlife through exhibits, storytelling, classes, and other family programs.

Bannock County Historical Museum - The Museum focuses on the history of Bannock County with exhibits of items relating to Pocatello's early railroad history and Native American items that tell about the Shoshone-Bannock tribes from the area.

Downata Hot Springs - The resort offers a Bed and Breakfast, large naturally heated pool, fitness room, hot tub, two hydro tubes, water slides, camping and picnicking, mountain bike trails, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, old fashioned horse drawn wagon/sleigh rides, snowmobile rentals and guided tours and more on a 2,000 Acre Farm.