Ernest Hemingway in Idaho: Visit all the Sun Valley locations

Ernest Hemingway in Idaho: Visit all the Sun Valley locations

Ernest Hemingway led an amazing life. He spent time in Paris and Cuba, and perhaps less known, he also had a home in Sun Valley, Idaho. Hemingway loved to hunt and fish, and spend time in the outdoors. He wrote numerous books in Idaho, died in Idaho, and was buried in...
9 Things to do in Boise, Idaho (for a first-time visitor)

9 Things to do in Boise, Idaho (for a first-time visitor)

There is so much to do when visiting Boise, Idaho for the first time. The capital of Idaho is full of history, outdoor activities, breweries, and more. Here are our favorite things to do in Boise, Idaho for a first-time visitor. Click the links below to skip to any of...
The most Haunted places in Boise, Idaho (that you can visit today)

The most Haunted places in Boise, Idaho (that you can visit today)

Although Boise’s history is much newer than many eastern states, there are still hundreds of years of buildings, people, and culture in the city. Because of this, there are plenty of haunted places in Boise, many of them you can visit today. Click the links...
5 Things to do in downtown Boise, Idaho (beer, art, sports, and more)

5 Things to do in downtown Boise, Idaho (beer, art, sports, and more)

If you are visiting Boise, Idaho and are looking for things to do in downtown Boise, Idaho — you will have plenty of options (even if you do not have a car). The city has grown so much in the last 10 years, and you there are plenty of Boise breweries, museums, art,...
Camel’s Back Park in Boise: Things to see and do

Camel’s Back Park in Boise: Things to see and do

There are so many places to hike in Boise, Idaho, or in nearby mountains or hills. But Camel’s Back Park in Boise is an amazing location right within the city where you can either walk up to take some photos, or go on a serious hike if you choose. There are so...
Visiting the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise

Visiting the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise

The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise is a unique monument in a picturesque setting. The memorial is dedicated to human rights, with information about many different historical stories. Boise Parks and Recreation maintains the memorial, which is also run...
Visiting Boise State football field’s blue turf

Visiting Boise State football field’s blue turf

Boise State University and Boise State football are known for the 2006 Fiesta Bowl, Coach Pete, and especially their blue field — or, smurf turf, as some call it. The Boise State Football field actually has a really interesting history and is a fun place to visit in...
Idaho State Historical Museum: Learn about Idaho’s past

Idaho State Historical Museum: Learn about Idaho’s past

Visiting the Idaho State Museum in Boise, Idaho is a must next time you are in Idaho’s capital city. The museum has gone through a lot of changes recently, and it’s full of Idaho history so you can learn (or re-learn) all about the state. The Idaho State...
Visiting the Idaho State Capitol building

Visiting the Idaho State Capitol building

When visiting Boise, one of the most iconic buildings is the Idaho State Capitol building. There are plenty of ways to see the Capitol Building in Boise, whether on a tour of just walking on your own. Even though the Idaho State Capitol building is right in the middle...