A New Exhibit At Idaho State Museum Pays Tribute To The Trailblazing Women Of The Gem State
Located in the heart of downtown Boise, the Idaho State Museum is the place to go when you feel like diving into Gem State history. Offering a variety of temporary, permanent, and interactive exhibits, the museum makes for a fun experience for Idahoans of all ages and backgrounds. The newest exhibit at the museum pays tribute to the trailblazing women of Idaho specifically, so consider planning a family field trip to see what it’s all about.
It's always a great time to delve into Idaho history! And with the opening of Idaho State Museum's newest exhibit on female trailblazers, there's truly no time like the present.
The Trailblazing Women of Idaho exhibit is officially open to visitors and will remain open through November. Focusing on influential women who made an impact in the Gem State, this is an important exhibit that every proud Idahoan should check out.
The span of women that the exhibit covers is truly remarkable. From Sacajawea to the Olympian Kristin Armstrong, the variety of displays shows that women in Idaho have been forging paths for centuries.
The exhibit shows how these strong women have impacted all types of fields, from political and economic to academic, social, and cultural. Most importantly, their stories remind us that anyone can be a trailblazer.
While perusing the exhibits, you'll see everything from personal items belonging to jazz legend Mildred Bailey who grew up on the Coeur d'Alene Reservation to astronaut Barbara Morgan. And with interactive components, the exhibit is truly engaging from beginning to end.
Access to the exhibit is included with admission into the museum. The museum is open every day from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $5 for children 6-17 (children 5 and under are free.)
Check out the brand new exhibit that pays homage to the remarkable women of the Gem State. Visit the museum's
website for more information and to reserve your tickets.
What do you think? Have you visited the new exhibit at the Idaho State Museum? Tell us what you thought in the comments below!
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