Idaho Falls is a city in and the county seat of Bonneville County, Idaho, United States, and is the largest city in Eastern Idaho. As of the 2010 census, the population of Idaho Falls was 56,813, with a metro population of 136,108. As of 2016, the population was estimated at 60,211.
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4.5 based on 425 reviews
They have really updated the walking path so it is now wider than it used to be. Very nice for walking, jogging, or riding bikes. It's an easy walk takes about 45-60 min. to walk all the way around. Can take longer if you walk toward snake river landing or towards freeman park.
4.5 based on 206 reviews
I found Tautphaus Park without much trouble, but finding the zoo inside the park was quite a challenge. I could not find a sign for the zoo until I asked several people about it. Then I found a small sign attached to a fence. It was in the 40s when I went, so many of the animals were not on exhibit. There was still a good variety of large animals (a snow leopard and a tiger for a couple of examples) and several others. The parking is adequate and free and the admission was only one dollar. If you are in the neighborhood, it is worth a stop if you like zoos. The employees I encountered during my walk around the grounds were very friendly and I had nice chats with some of them, enhancing the visit.
4.5 based on 260 reviews
The Museum of Idaho is the Gem State's premier science and history center, featuring world-class traveling exhibits, regional history collections, and a full schedule of events, camps, and classes for all ages. Current exhibits: DISCOVER STEAMPUNK (May 11, 2018 -- January 6, 2019) --Experiment with never-before-seen "futuristic" machines inspired by great thinkers of the 19th century such as Jules Verne and H.G. Wells. EAGLE ROCK, USA (ongoing) --Explore 10 actual local businesses as they appeared at the turn of the last century. LAW OF THE LAND (March 30, 2018 -- 2020) --Learn about interaction between humans and land in the West through the artifacts and stories of prominent figures from East Idaho's past, including "Dugout Dick" Zimmerman, who squatted in self-dug cave homes on public land from 1948 to 2010. CHILDREN'S DISCOVERY ROOM (ongoing) --Let the kids climb, dress up, and inhabit worlds from Idaho's past. + more exhibits on Idaho's cultural and environmental history
Considering the size of Idaho Falls, this is a very good museum. It has different exhibits throughout the year and special events. The local history portions are also well done and interesting.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
Without a doubt this is one of the best things to do in Idaho Falls. The sights and sounds are wonderful. There are benches everywhere along the river that have been crafted by artists in many different and unique designs. The waterfalls, the bridges, the artwork and the wildlife are a must-see. It is an easy walk and a great way to keep healthy mentally and physically. Enjoy!
5 based on 46 reviews
Idaho Falls has cleaned up a downtown area with the help of many businesses and community organizations to make a tranquil and beautiful park right by the falls and main bridge. Spent time wandering around the garden and footpaths admiring the landscaping and wedding venue with the sound of running water everywhere! Great result and enjoyable space!
4.5 based on 88 reviews
This was a GREA lava site to view. There a two VERY easy walks. One about 1/4 mile and one 3/4 mile. We walked the 3/4 mile in about 35-40 minutes. It is WELL maintained, VERY easy to walk and VERY interesting. We were traveling for about 7 hours, and this a nice place to stretch you legs and walk a little. Your at a rest stop anyway, so take the time. You will not be disappointed.
5 based on 45 reviews
Collectors Corner Museum will be OPEN for The Great American Eclipse!! Come by on Saturday & Sunday, August 19th, 20th from 10:00 a.m. til 5:00 p.m. OR Monday, August 21st from NOON til 5:00 p.m. We will have solar eclipse glasses for sale for $2 a pair. Come in and Explore! Fun for all Ages! Scavenger hunt for kids! Over 115 individual collections on display and secondary market collectible items for sale! Featured exhibit area changes every 3 months. Take some time and enjoy a fun and relaxing museum experience.
The couple who own and run the museum, Jim & Nida, are just as interesting as their collections. They have been collecting since the were children and they are very knowledgeable about "collectibles" and they have a plethora of interesting stories to share. The Museum itself is a combination of their private collections and has grown as visitors to the museum and other collectors have donated their collections to Collectors Corner. A leisurely browse through the museum brings the hope of memories of days gone by flickering to life. I myself came across a doll house, the like if which I owned as a child. Nida has purchased it at a church bazaar and then lovingly and painstakingly amassed the 62 individual pieces needed to restore the doll house to it original state. I was impressed. The treasure I've taken away with me from my visit to the museum are restored fresh memories instead of the dim undefinable ones if that doll house I had when I went in. Thank you Jim and Nida for sharing your passion of collecting with us.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
This waterfall statue transforms a busy roundabout in a commercial area of Idaho Falls into an astounding artistic statement, a grand and appropriate tribute to Idaho's many natural wonders. Drive around it, of course, but then stop and take time to admire the painstaking composition, startling in its verisimilitude; you can almost "hear" the eagles going about their important business. Kudos to the community that invested in this brilliant piece of public art, worthy in every detail of the storied river that flows nearby, and the city it gives life to.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Staff has always been friendly and helpful here. It's great to attend an outdoor game with fresh air thanks to the no-smoking policy. As normal, seats are hard so bring a cushion as well as a blanket as even summer evenings can get chilly. Small enough stadium that's easy to get around with easy handicap accessibility. Be sure to park down the road as your windshield will still be in tact. The parking lot offers the perfect spot for a foul ball landing!
4.5 based on 24 reviews
You must stop at this park!! It is amazing for children!! Kids absolutely LOVED IT!! Shelter with picnic tables. Bathrooms with running water. Unique playground toys involving lights, sound & music. Playground for hours of entertainment. Enjoyable for everyone!!
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