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Idaho Potato Museum

The Idaho Potato Museum is a unique museum that appropriately showcases Idaho's Famous Potatoes. Located in the old Oregon Short Line Railroad Depot, you'll discover the world of potatoes. The rich graphics showcasing the history of the potato will lead you through the revolution of the potato industry. From the original potato planted in Idaho to the largest potato crisp made by the Pringle's Company in Jackson, TN.

130 NW Main St.

Blackfoot, Idaho 83221

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Who knew there is so much to learn about Potatoes!

Experience the rich history and culture of the world's most humble vegetable -- the potato! At the Idaho Potato Museum, visitors learn about the many facets of the potato industry, from planting and irrigation to harvesting and processing. The museum's unique exhibits portray the evolution of the potato industry as well as display impressive collections of unique potato culinary tools like mashers, peelers, spikes, and dishware! Stop in at the Spud Seller gift shop for one-of-a-kind potato-themed souvenirs. Complete your visit at the museum cafe for the ultimate interactive experience -- eating hot, baked potatoes right out of the oven or fresh-cut fries made to order! Plan for an informative and fun potato adventure for the whole family!

Admission prices to the Idaho Potato Museum: Adult - $6, Seniors - $5.50, Children 5-12 - $3, Children 4 & under Free.

June, July, August: Monday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

September - May: Monday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.