Looking for something educational and fun in December? Look no further, the Idaho Museum of Natural History has you covered with events for all age groups!
December 3 from 4pm-6pm the museum with host Museum Rangers: Gone Fishin’ for 3…Read More »
World Renowned Paleontologist to visit Idaho Museum of Natural HistoryRead More »
The Idaho Museum of Natural History (IMNH) was founded in 1934 as the Historical Museum of the Southern Branch of the University of Idaho, as Idaho State University (ISU) was then called. The museum was established by a group of …Read More »
Pocatello, ID–August 21st, 2015
The Idaho Museum of Natural History (IMNH) to open newest exhibit Gone Fishin’ in its gallery, located on the campus of Idaho State University.
Did you know that Idahoans spend over 2 million days fishing every …Read More »
On July 7th, 2015 our Education Specialist, Becky Hansis-O’Neill, teamed up with the Education Coordinator from the Museum of Idaho (MOI), and former Idaho Museum of Natural History
(IMNH) …Read More »
|Test your knowledge of the tree of life and phylogeny using the PBS evolution lab game!|
|In this game, hunt for important species in wetland environments!|
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Idaho Gives is a special day for philanthropy across Idaho: a day for nonprofits to tell their stories and share their work, which enriches communities throughout our state. It’s a day for Idahoans to come together with one voice of …Read More »
Cost: $43.00! No Registrations at the Door
Who: Children in 3rd through 5th Grades
What: Science Trek™ 2015
Where: Idaho Museum of Natural History
When: Friday, April 24th, 2015
Information: Becky Hansis-O’Neill (208) 282 – 2195 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Science Trek™ …Read More »
Does your child love animals, bones, skulls, or all of the above? Our next children’s after school class will focus exclusively on bones! The IMNH specializes in fun, hands-on, classes activities to get your young learner excited about science and …Read More »
A member of the carrot/parsley family, Orogenia is only a couple of inches tall with a root that goes much deeper. The petals are white but the anthers and the top of the ovary are dark purplish, giving the look …Read More »
The Idaho Museum of Natural History would like to invite residents of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation to an open house event on September 28, 2013, from 11 am to 5 pm. This event is free to all members of …Read More »
We are celebrating Shark Week in style! Join us during the Discovery Channel’s annual Shark Week for special hands-on activities with modern and ancient sharks.
At the Idaho Museum of Natural History, in the Science Discovery Center.
Thursday, August 8-Saturday, …Read More »
Read the text of Dr. Maschner’s article in Museum Magazine.Read More »
The Idaho Museum of Natural History reaches over 10,000 children annually through outreach programs, guided tours, and after school classes. As the state museum of natural history, the Education Resources Center offers unique educational materials and classes for teachers and …Read More »