Ameritel Inn Pocatello
Pocatello, ID 83201
Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near Idaho
While in Idaho, you might enjoy a visit to:
America's Largest Janitor stands 22 ft. tall inside the Museum of Clean. Before he moved to Idaho in late 2016, he was a rifle-toting frontiersman guarding a Montana casino.
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.
Rigby was the boyhood home of Philo Farnsworth, who invented TV. See his eyeglasses, his hat, and his violin in the local historical museum, along with a flag that went to the moon.
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. Name changed in 2016.
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Pocatello Hotel ChainsBest Western
Holiday Inn Express
Cities Near PocatelloBlackfoot
Lava Hot Springs
Airport - TransportationPocatello Regional Airport (PIH)
Art Galleries & DealersPocatello Art Center
Hospitals & Medical Care FacilitiesPortneuf Medical Center
Bannock Regional Medical Center
Pocatello Regional Medical Center
MuseumsBannock County Historical Msm
Idaho Museum-Natural History
Universities & CollegesIdaho State University
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