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This place is very cool and has a lot of really interesting history about Idaho and the Potato. If you are ever in the area it is a small fee and only takes a little bit of your time to really understand how Idaho came...More
Idaho Potato Museum is a real gem. Really informative. And they don't take it that seriously. You can also see the world's largest potato crisp there. It's pretty big. The kids also got Idaho Potato pins for free.
Our family reunion group of 20 folks visited this awesome museum one afternoon two weeks ago. All the displays and information was very well presented and in the video room you had a choice of four films to watch. All very educational. Especially the one...More
We actually diverted from our planned route as thanks to Idaho interstate 80mph speed limit we where ahead of schedule. It was a fun place to visit, very welcoming museum staff and lots of clear info (movies) in a converted vintage railway station. Good gift...More
It was a great experienced visiting the Idaho Potato Museum, We've learned more about potatoes, things you never really pay attention to, but it's good for the kids to visit and adults as well. We even ate baked potatoes at their restaurant after the tour....More
$4 is a small price to pay for what is one of the strangest museum experiences you'll ever have. As you might expect, the history of the potato and potato machinery are involved. But then, there's more.
Collections of potato peelers, mashers, and potato nails...More
This is an EXTREMELY inexpensive sight to see but lacks a big punch. You can go through this museum as quick as an hour or take your time and explore in about two.
There are movies to watch, hands on activities, lots of real machinery...More
The museum had closed but the cafe hadn’t ( they forgot to lock the doors ) they were so nice and let us take a tour. The lovely lady was so kind and funny. She gave us a lot of information. She loves her job....More