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The museum features artifacts used by Idaho pioneers, including guns, bullets, wagons, tools, and other antiques. The museum displays the plow that started Lookout Pass in 1921.

Located 30 miles east of the Kingston exit off Interstate 90.

Location: PO Box 425, Murray Idaho 83874 Telephone 208-682-3901

Other History nearby:
(Harrison) Crane House
(Coeur d'Alene) Fort Sherman Museum
(Superior) Mineral County Museum
(Coeur d'Alene) Museum of North Idaho
(Wallace) Northern Pacific Depot Railroad Museum
(Thompson Falls) Old Jail Museum


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