Celebrate the history behind our vibrant community with a stop at one of our local museums or a visit to one of the many places listed on the National Historic Register.

Start with a visit to the Central Idaho Historical Museum. The campus spans four acres and houses eight structures, most built in 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The crown jewel of the museum is the Fire Warden’s House, a three-story log home that is still open for tours. Find exhibits at the museum on the CCC, fire lookouts, the McCall Mill, logging, Smokey the Bear, forestry and area history. Open in summer months Wednesday – Friday.

Just south of McCall, step back in time with a walk through Roseberry, Idaho and a visit to the Valley County Museum. The historic townsite of Roseberry is home to more than 20 buildings including the General Store, Mahala Blacksmith Shop, Johnson Machinery Shop, the Well House/Band Stand and the iconic Barn. The Museum is open for public tours from May through September on Sundays, but you can visit Roseberry year round for a walk down memory lane.

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