All the exhibits at the Wood River Museum include interactive elements, where visitors are encouraged to write, type, talk, and remember – because we all are part of history! For example, in the Hemingway exhibit, individuals can sit at a typewriter like the one that Hemingway used and try typing their own true sentences. The Museum also includes a small gift shop with unique gifts that relate to the exhibits and regional history.
- Shoshone-Bannock Homelands
- How in the World Did you get to Sun Valley?
- A Writer in the New Country: Hemingway in 1939
- Portrait of a Mountain
- The Cabinet of Wonders- interactive exhibit
Entry to the museum is free.