Oneida County Pioneer Museum

Location: 27 Bannock Street, Malad City
(208) 766-4847
The history and antiques of southeastern Idaho are preserved in the Oneida County Pioneer Museum. Opened in 1992, the museum is housed in a 1914 building first used as a community drug store and later as a state liquor store, ice cream shop, dentist’s office, and apartment building. The historic pressed-tin ceiling is just one of the many artifacts visitors will find inside. A famed display derived from local legend encourages treasure seekers to search the town’s surrounding hills for a cave with an iron door supposedly home to a pile of riches. The museum is open 1 PM to 5 PM Tuesday through Saturday year-round with free admission.

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