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History comes to life in this museum where you can interact with costumed guides depicting some of the thousands who traversed the 2,000 miles of the Oregon/California Trails. Take an interactive and informative staged journey down the Oregon trail including a ride in the bumping covered wagon simulator. Visit Peg…View more
This theatre was built in 1913 by the Thatchers, a locally prominent family who loved plays and operas. A wing was added in 2001, and the building was beautifully refurbished. A ghost that is partial to Shakespeare is said to haunt the theatre. Actors who have worked here claim that…View more
Built in 1930, having a rich history in Preston, Idaho, the Worm Creek Opera House, formerly known as The Grand Theatre, and provides movies and live performances in Franklin County, Idaho. In 1986, the Theatre was a vacant building that had not been used for several years. Under the direction…View more
This historic theater was built in 1913 by the Thatchers, a prominent family who loved plays and operas. A wing was added onto the theatre in 2001 and the building was beautifully refurbished. The theatre is home to a summer repertory season and other performances during the year. The beautiful building…View more
A delightful family operated theatre that features “mellerdramers” and other productions suitable for any audience, along with a meal for any appetite before the show. And yes, there really was a town called Pickleville, right here! It was named after Warren W. Pickle, who secured funding for a culinary water…View more