Canyon Crossroads Museum’s home is a focal point for Idaho history, including that of the railways, the Oregon Trail, the transportation of silver and sheep and more. The history of the native tribes who lived in the area is also an integral part of the museum.
Canyon Crossroads Museum’s home is a focal point for Idaho history, including that of the railways, the Oregon Trail, the transportation of silver and sheep and more. The history of the native tribes who lived in the area is also an integral part of the museum. Canyon County Parks & Recreation
Canyon Crossroads Museum’s home is a focal point for Idaho history, including that of the railways, the Oregon Trail, the transportation of silver and sheep and more. The history of the native tribes who lived in the area is also an integral part of the museum. Canyon County Parks & Recreation

New museum opens at Canyon County's Celebration Park

January 06, 2017 09:19 AM

UPDATED January 27, 2017 03:50 PM

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