The Bingham County Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the history of Bingham County and surrounding areas. Currently there are thousands of pictures and historical items either on display or being
organized at the BCHS gallery at 3 N.W. Main in Blackfoot, Idaho.
Come by and visit us:
3 NW Main Street
Blackfoot, Idaho 83221
Office: (208) 785-9906

Summer Hours of Operation:
    Wednesday, Thursday &
                    Friday
           12:00 to 5:00 p.m.
 

The goal of the BCHS is to eventually have all the items entrusted to us
 cataloged, digitized and available for the public on our web-site.

Gallery


Our staff and Board of Directors are all unpaid volunteers who serve
because of their passion for preserving the history of Bingham County.
The future projects that we are able to complete are all dependent on the
revenue we are able to raise. We have various books and pictures that
can be purchased at the Gallery and we have periodic fundraisers
to help reach our goals.

The "Gallery" is open to the public and we invite all to come and get acquainted with our staff and get "into" the past of
our great county. For more information on membership or
help after hours call:
                           
                             785-9906 or 785-3316
Upcoming Events

The Bingham County Historical Society will open the downtown gallery for their summer season March 26, 2014. Many large pictures of early 1900's farming equipment will be on display. We will be open on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 12:00 noon until 5:00 p.m. To schedule special groups call Lois Bates - 785-3264, Trudy Kirkpatrick - 785-3316, or the Gallery - 785-9906
Come reminisce with the Bingham County Historical Society at our April 2, 2014 meeting at the Nuart Theater at 7:00 p.m. Learn about the history and restoration of the theater from Sharon Hoge and Rhonda Wixom. Visit with the special guests and entertainers and enjoy the popcorn.
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