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Drive-in movie theater features the World's Largest Potato as a photo-op.
Displays a model and mud-caked items salvaged after the Teton Dam burst in 1976, and a nine-foot wall of water turned Rexburg into Mudville.
Rigby was the boyhood home of Philo Farnsworth, who invented TV. His mementoes are on display in the local historical museum.
Desolate region is proud of building over 50 nuclear reactors, including the first nuclear power plant, which is open for visitors.
First erupted in 1937, when a local man drilling for heated water for a swimming pool punctured an underground chamber. Now on a timer so it erupts every hour, on the hour -- unless it's windy.
Over 6,000 vacuums, dust busters, and rug beaters, collected by a spic-and-span businessman.
The wolf pack at Wolf People numbers over 20. Some hang out in the gift shop. The rest are back in the woods. Feedings are three times a week; Wolf People offers tours of their habitat and a "picture pen."
Whimsical metal junk sculptures by artist David Dose have populated this section of town since the 1980s. Cybernetic Red Baron, bronco buster, and more.
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