The Teton Valley Historical Museum is the perfect place to spend a quiet and educational afternoon. The exhibits that this museum displays are very interesting and will give you a better view of the history of the surrounding area of Driggs. After the many activities surrounding the Driggs area you will want to take a break and visit this great museum.
There are many exhibits within the two story museum. There is a 1808 John Colter Stone that was discover in this valley and the story of Colter being the first white man that came into the Valley with Native Americans.
You will be able to read Pierre’s Rendezvous Battle Journal accounts, or the story of the Yellowstone Bandit that resided in the valley.
There is a mining display of famous Sam Idaho. You will view many artifacts in the Daughters of Utah Pioneers room brought to the valley by covered wagon.
By collecting Teton Valley Histories through our scanning of pictures and life stories the library has a wealth of information.
Visiting this museum is easy because it is conveniently located at 137 North State Highway 33 in Driggs. You can call to check on admissions costs and hours of operation at 208- 354- 6000. This museum is one of the best places in the area to learn about how the Teton Valley came into existence. Exploring the exhibits will help you understand the trial and successes of this area.