The Paris Pioneer Museum

The history of Idaho’s second oldest town is captured with several pioneer relics displayed at the Paris Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum located at 62 S Main St in Paris, Idaho. Established in 1989 in the town’s old city hall, the museum includes collections of antiques that the first Mormon settlers brought with them in 1863 as well as photographs of servicemen and women from World Wars I and II. In addition, the museum now offers a historic homes tour guiding visitors to several of Paris’ historic buildings. The museum is open from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM daily Memorial Day to Labor Day. For additional information, contact the Bear Lake Visitors Bureau at (208) 945-2333