Step Back In Time And Explore The Century-Old Buildings In The Small Town Of Shoshone, Idaho

Sitting at the intersection of Highway 26 and 75 in southern Idaho is the tiny-but-mighty town of Shoshone. Although it’s easy to overlook this quaint community when you’re on the way to somewhere else – like Sun Valley to the north or Twin Falls to the south – we think everybody should stop and explore this town at some point. This historic small town is home to some real gems, including dozens of century-old buildings that have stood the test of time. There’s a walking tour available that’ll take you to all of these fascinating structures, so take some time to visit Shoshone and step back in time!

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Have you visited this historic small town before? What’s your favorite thing about Shoshone? I’m personally a big fan of the Shoshone Snack Bar! Share your thoughts with us in the comments below and fill out a nomination form for any destinations you’d like to see featured at Only In Idaho!

Address: Shoshone, ID 83352, USA