North Central Region


Appaloosa Museum - At the Appaloosa Museum, visitors learn about the history of the Appaloosa horse, which is as unique and colorful as its coat pattern. Exhibits explore the evolution of the breed, its importance to local Native American cultures, its role in the lives of cowboys, rodeos and circuses, and the history of the Appaloosa Horse Club.

Lewis Clark Center for Arts and History - Located in the heart of historic downtown Lewiston, the mission of The Center for Arts & History is to enhance the visibility of Lewis-Clark State College through quality programs in performing arts, visual arts and literary arts. It provides educational opportunities in arts and history for students of all ages and serves as a regional resource for arts and culture.

Idaho Repertory Theatre - The Theatre is one of the oldest professional summer theatres in the Northwest and a major cultural resource for dozens of communities in north Idaho. Four plays are produced each summer during the six-week, and presented in classic repertory format for a total of 32 performances. In recent years, the typical season has featured a mystery or drama, a comedy, a musical and a Shakespeare.

Wolf Education and Research Center - The Wolf Education and Research Center is dedicated to providing public education and scientific research concerning the gray wolf and its habitat in the Northern Rocky Mountains. The Center will provide the public with the rare opportunity to observe and learn more about the wolf in its natural habitat.

Clearwater Historical Museum - Clearwater Historical Museum welcomes visitors to view their collections that focus on the people and history of Clearwater County and its environs. The museum collections include over 4,500 historical photographs, Nez Perce Indian artifacts, mining and Logging tools, Chinese artifacts, antique guns and lots more.



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