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.
New Permanent Exhibits Forthcoming (In Our New Building):
The new exhibits will be fully immersive and interactive explorations of the waters of North Idaho and how the system of lakes, rivers, and aquifer determines our livelihoods - past, present and future.