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Idaho: Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center
Posted on Sunday, September 11 @ 18:35:28 MST by iljiana

Museums 2720 W Pullman Rd
ID 83843

The museum's modern facility includes a newly expanded exhibit area; a theater; a hands-on children's area; a library featuring books, magazines, and videos; and a large gift shop. Exhibits themes range from the early evidence of spotted horses in art and literature, to the relationship between the Appaloosa and the Nez Perce Indians, to the highlights of the modern Appaloosa Horse Club. Currently, the museum is installing several new exhibits including a timeline of the Appaloosa Horse Club from 1938 to present and a display of Appaloosa model horses in our children's area.

The Appaloosa Museum is open Monday through Friday 10 AM to 5 PM and Saturday 10 AM to 4 PM (Pacific Time). The museum is designed to provide a self guided exploration of exhibits.

The museum is free and open to all. We do suggest a donation of $2 per person or $4 per family.

The museum is located on Hwy 8/Moscow-Pullman Hwy just at the state line (next door to Applebee's).


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