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Uniontown and Palouse Region
A renovated barn with artisan studios, a shop with fine and folk art for sale, classes on creativity in various media, and space for music, dances and community events.
Camas Prairie and Cottonwood
Visit the Monastery of St. Gertrude, just up the drive from the Historical Museum. It is home to over 60 Benedictine Sisters. The chapel is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the only...
Located on the corner of 3rd & Capital Street. Tuesday - Saturday: 10am - 4pm Nez Perce County Historical Society Museum preserves 150 years of the county’s...
Moscow and Palouse Region
The Prichard Art Gallery on the corner of Fifth and Main Streets in downtown Moscow, serves the community with a year-round schedule of contemporary art exhibitions. The gallery store offers unique...
Riggins and Salmon River
Artwork, lighting and furniture created from moose, deer, elk and caribou antlers.
Camas Prairie and Grangeville
Bicentennial Historical Museum contains many Nez Perce artifacts, early mining exhibits, and other early Idaho history.
Lewis-Clark Valley and Lewiston / Clarkston
On either side of an eddy formed by a series of sharp bends in the Snake River are densely grouped clusters of petroglyphs and a few pictographs. This rock art contains hundreds of distinct images...
Clearwater Corridor and Orofino
CANOE CAMP At this site the Lewis and Clark Expedition, aided by the Nez Perce, built five canoes in September 1805. Here the ill and hungry men of the Lewis and Clark expedition hewed and burned...
Kamiah / Kooskia and Upper Clearwater River Corridor
A powwow that began 20 years ago on the centennial anniversary of the Nez Perce War every August in Kamiah.