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In mining country, a once popular eatery shaped like a helmet now lights the way to home ownership.
Preserved as it was in 1988 -- not 1888 -- when its occupants fled an impending raid.
The Idaho Potato Museum sings the praises of the lowly spud.
Still operating drive-in movie theater features World's Largest Potato.
Unique cave with ice floor 365 days a year, as long as the guide remembers to close the entrance door.
Atomic City, Idaho
Small, former nuclear boom town with a few Cold War photo ops.
Pocatello - "I'm trying to give clean its rightful place in society," said Don Aslett, whose name graces the Museum of Clean in Pocatello, Idaho. Aslett, who owns a multinational cleaning business, has spent six years and $6 million of his own money to open the museum in a 80,000-square-foot, six story building in his hometown. Full story
Offbeat Landmarks and Oddities
Choice field reports and tips. Also see: Complete list of Idaho attractions.
- Arco: Craters of the Moon National Monument
- Arco: Submarine in the Desert
- Arco: World's First Nuclear Power Plant
- Atomic City: Nuclear Boom near-ghost town
- Blackfoot: Idaho Potato Museum
- Blackfoot: Waitress Giantess
- Cascade: Big Indian [tips]
- Coeur d'Alene: Dead Hydroplane Racers Memorial
- Coeur d'Alene: Burger Hoisting Paul Bunyan
- Cottonwood: Sleep in a Dog [tips]
- Driggs: Spud Drive-In Giant Potato
- Kellogg: Building Shaped Like Miner's Helmet
- Kellogg: Sunshine Mine Disaster Memorial
- Lewiston: Grave of Thirsty Mary the Elephant
- Mullan: Elmer's Fountain [tips]
- Rigby: Birthplace of TV
- Shoshone: Shoshone Ice Caves
- Soda Springs: Man-made, Captive Geyser
- St. Maries: Paul Bunyan statue
- Twin Falls: Evel Knievel Canyon Jumpsite
- Wallace: Last Stoplight on I-90 Resting Place
- Wallace: Oasis Bordello Museum
- Wallace: Sunshine Mine Happy Family Statue