There Are More Than 80 Historic Buildings In This Special Idaho Town

You might automatically assume that the largest towns in the Gem State are the ones with the most historic buildings. It turns out that couldn’t be more wrong! In fact, one of the smallest towns in our state boasts more than 80 buildings that have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. That’s a whole lot of history packed into a small, relatively unknown town. Visitors of this town are often blown away by the beautiful, decades-old buildings, all of which are well worth checking out. Step back in time to Idaho’s early days and pay this historic town a visit soon.

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Have you visited this historic town before? Who knew there was so much history in Paris, Idaho? For more spectacular destinations, check out our list of 7 Historic Towns In Idaho That Will Transport You To A Different Time.