Explore Unique Museums around Meridian
When you want to expand your mind and learn more about local history, museums are an excellent choice. Luckily, you’ll find exciting and unique museums within a short drive of our Meridian apartments. Spend an afternoon perusing everything they have to offer.
Warhawk Air Museum
The Warhawk Air Museum started as a tribute to WWI and WWII in the 1980s. Since then, it has grown to include history and items from other wars. There are several aircraft in the collection. Donations from local veterans include uniforms, medals, written narratives, and more. The museum educates the community and future generations about local and national history.
Idaho State Museum
The Idaho State Museum is part of the Idaho State Historical Society and is a great place to learn about the state's history. It has multiple permanent and rotating exhibits, including artifacts and experiences that describe the people and landscape of the region. Pioneer Village is open in the late spring and summer months. It includes three, 19th-century historic homes. You can also visit the Lewis and Clark Discovery Trail and Pavilion.
Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology
Amateur geologists will love visiting the Idaho Museum of Mining & Geology. The museum showcases exhibits exploring the mining of minerals in Idaho's history. The seismic station tracks earthquakes locally and around the world.The museum also hosts various events throughout the year. Be sure to attend lectures, museum tours, and trips to geological and mining points.
In addition to unique museums around Meridian, there are always exciting and fun things to do to keep you busy. Before hitting the museum, grab coffee or lunch from local eateries. When you're looking for a Meridian apartment to call home, contact us today for more information about our property.