There are truly so many fun and exciting things to check out on your next trip to
Idaho. From the Sun Valley Center of the Arts to the Ore Wagon Museum, there is something for everyone
The Sawtooth National Recreation Area is a National Recreation Area located in central Idaho that is managed as part of Sawtooth National Forest.View Website
Enriching Our Community ThroughTRANSFormative Arts And Educational Experiences.
Location: 191 5th St E, Ketchum, ID 83340
Phone: (208) 726-9491View Website
When the first Wagon Days Parade was held in 1958, a few dozen wagons and teams rolled down Main Street. The “Big Hitch,” as the Lewis Ore Wagons are called, thundered down the road as they have in every Wagon Days Parade since. The Lewis Ore Wagons are the only of their kind in existence. These massive wagons were larger than an average freight wagon and built to withstand the extreme stresses when loaded with ore to travel the road over Trail Creek Summit. Seven wagons make up the Ore Wagon Museum Collection.
Location: To the east of the Ore Wagon Museum is the historical Bonning Cabin.
For an opportunity to see the wagons up close and personal, a key to the Ore Wagon Museum building may be checked out from Ketchum City Hall located to the museum`s south across 5th Street.
Location: 500 East Ave, Ketchum, ID 83340
Phone: (208) 727-5081View Website
In 1982, George and Diane Kneeland founded Kneeland Gallery. It is located in the scenic Wood River Valley, home of the world renowned ski resort of Sun Valley. The Gallery consists of one main gallery room used for the special monthly rotating exhibit and six smaller rooms that display other works by the core of artists represented.
Location: 271 1st Ave N, Hailey, ID 83333
Phone: (208) 726-5512View Website
Ketchum Town Square sits in the heart of Ketchum, surrounded by the Visitors Center and Giacobbi Square. With a permanent stage, rotating public art installations, Leroy`s Ice Cream stand in the summer, a large fire pit, chess tables and a slate of scheduled events – such as live music, free yoga classes and the community`s first fountain for dogs – the square has something for every member of the family. Seasonal holiday lights and summer flowers and sun shades frame the picture-perfect view of Baldy from the Square.
Location: All events in Ketchum Town Square are public events and require a special event application. Public restrooms at Town Square are closed for the winter season. Please use the visitor center facilities.
Location: 480 4th St E, Ketchum, ID 83340
Phone: (208) 726-7820 ext. 106View Website