New Permanent Exhibit- Explorers and Fur Traders. This exhibit looks at trade and explorers prior to white settlement.
Created by the Friends of Spokane House
McEuen Park: which explores the transformation of the area located at the base of Tubbs Hill from a highly industrialized area to recreational uses.
The Mullan Road: commemorating Idaho’s first road constructed over the Fourth of July Pass.
The Scandinavians Settled Here: looks at the Nordic influences in the region.
Schitsu’umsh, “The People Who Were Discovered Here:” gives a glimpse into the life of the Coeur d’Alene Indians through beadwork, tools, maps, stories and life lessons.
When the Mountains Roared: features stories and graphics about the 1910 fire that destroyed millions of acres in Idaho and Montana.
Steamboats: The original signal bells and steering wheel from the steamboat “Flyer” are exhibited along with photos and artifacts from steamboats which cruised Lake Coeur d’Alene.
In the Theater Room: watch a 20-minute presentation, “Portraits of Coeur d’Alene.” Discover the people and history that make our area what it is today.
Permanent Exhibit Forthcoming (In Our New Building):
The new Lake Coeur d’Alene Interpretive Exhibit will be a fully immersive, interactive exploration of the Lake and how it unites the towns that surround it.