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Best things to do in Idaho Falls

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“Delicious burgers, huckleberry shakes, and the grilled salmon salad is awesome!”
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History Museum
“The Museum of Idaho hosts traveling exhibits as well as a permanent local history exhibit. The building itself is also historic- it used to be the Idaho Falls public library, and it was built with money from a Carnegie grant. I especially love the old Eagle Rock townsite replica on the ground floor!”
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Museu d'Art
“The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho (TAM) has championed the visual arts since 2002 through innovative and stimulating exhibits and its focus on educational art programs. Located on the greenbelt walkway overlooking the Snake River in Idaho Falls, TAM is home to five galleries, a children’s interactive art learning area, an art classroom/workshop area and an eclectic gift shop. As the only art museum in eastern Idaho, TAM serves as a cultural gathering place where individuals of all ages and abilities gain confidence and independence in the creative process through exploration and self-expression.”
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Route
“Ride or bike around the greenbelt. See ducks & ducklings, geese & goslings in late spring and early summer. Enjoy a stop at the Idaho Falls and Japanese Gardens or sit with the birds along the river in the grass under a shade tree. Go fishing if you like also! ”
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Restaurant
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“Just for breakfast. It's been here forever and it's a favorite with locals.”
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Zoo
“This is a fantastic little zoo. The surrounding area has a carnival style can you submit area during the summer. You will also find a great skate park, big playground, and lovely area to take a walk in. The ice-skating rink is right across from the zoo entrance as well.”
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Museum
“Interactive arts center for kids. Fun green screen, turbo twister slide, virtual creation stations. A very short walk away.”
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Cinema
“Idaho Falls Zoo, Museum of Idaho, the snake river, Hise Hot Springs, Kelly Canyon ski area, West Yellowstone, Jackson Wy. Old Faithful west yellow stone national park. ”
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Restaurant d'esmorzars
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“Go for brunch or dinner and you will be glad you visited this fantastic restaurant. Try something new off of their ever changing menu. This place usually has a LONG wait, so arrive early and be patient.. it will be worth it!”
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Centre comercial
“This mall has Dillard’s, Macy’s, JCPenny, Sears, Barnes and Noble, just to name a few. Next door are Best Buy, Ross, JoAnn Fabrics and many other stores and restaurants along 25th!”
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Bar
“"Mellow watering hole featuring Irish & American eats & live music nights in a convivial atmosphere."”
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Bar
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“Ok, this place is a little pricy but you get what you pay for in my opinion. Wonderful brunch, great big salad bar, and fantastic entres make Jaker's a fun place to splurge a little. They have seafood, steak, and other food fares to tempt you. Make sure you get some of their yummy scones.”
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Grans magatzems
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“Just across the river. Some people like to make an online order and just pick up. They also have doorstep delivery.”
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Parc
“A total of thirteen miles of walking and cycling trails along the banks of the Snake River. Picnic spots, art benches and beautiful scenery. Free Summer Concert series Tuesdays at 7 PM, at the Greenbelt Stage on Memorial Drive and D Streets. ”
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Restaurant
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“Good food but an even better experience. Belly up to the Hibachi grill for the best experience.”
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Store
“Arugula offers fresh healthy food unlike anywhere else in town - and right around the corner in the historic OE Bell Building. Chef Marcel is from Bolivia and most of the dishes have their roots in South American cuisine - with a twist. Open for lunch and dinner M-Sat, with a small wine and beer selection. There are many gluten-free options because of traditional ingredients like quinoa, tapioca flour, and plantain. Their ciabatta for sandwiches is made in-house. But they will substitute the fried plantains for bread, or they will make any sandwich into a salad. Don't miss: cilantro jalapeño house dressing , cuñapes, mushroom soup.”
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