This museum is a step into the past, with its collection of photographs dating back to 1895, artifacts from the site of the old Fort Hall and other tribal exhibits. Many of the items on display come from community members’ donated and loaned photos and heirlooms. Built in 1985, after several years of closure the museum opened again in 1993 with the help of many volunteers in the community. Through old photographs, displays, and exhibits visitors learn about the Shoshone-Bannock people who lived and settled the area around eastern Idaho. The museum also sells authentic arts and crafts made by tribal members, as well as books about the Shoshone-Bannock and other North American Indian Tribes.


Directions From Rexburg:

  1. Get on US-20 W from ID-33 W
  2. Follow US-20 W and I-15 S to Ross Fork Rd in Fort Hall. Take exit 80 from I-15 S
  3. Take the Interstate 15 S/U.S. 20 W exit toward Arco/Pocatello
  4. Merge onto I-15 S/US-20 W 
  5. Continue to follow I-15 S
  6. Take exit 80 toward Fort Hall
  7. Continue on Ross Fork Rd. Drive to Pima Dr in Bingham County
    5 min (2.0 mi)
     Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Pima Drive, Fort Hall, ID 83203
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