You won’t want to miss the Museum of Idaho’s latest exhibit, Dinosaurs in Motion: Where Art and Science Meet! Bring the whole family out to learn about how science, art, and innovation work together. The exhibit consists of 14 life-size, interactive dinosaur sculptures made of steel. You’ll manipulate the sculptures using lever-and-pulley systems and remote controls. This special exhibit runs now through April 22nd, but it’s not the only thing worth checking out at the Museum!
The Museum of Idaho contains thousands of artifacts from the area. All ages will enjoy exploring the unique history of Idaho through the permanent exhibits. You can walk through a replica of a Shoshone-Bannock Tribe village or learn about the Lewis and Clark expedition. You can even head back to Idaho Falls’ frontier days for an inside view of historic businesses and a one-room schoolhouse from the 19th century. Make sure to also check out the exhibit on Idaho’s more recent history in atomic energy advances.
For more information on the museum and to plan your visit, check out their website here.
We’re truly a community at Pinewood Estates! If you have any service requests, you can submit them using the online Service Manager at www.pinewoodestatesMHC.com and we’re always happy to hear from residents at 208-522-3807 or Amy@thebostongroup.us.