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Located in the old Union School at Curry Crossing, the Twin Falls County Historical Museum offers its visitors a unique opportunity to take a step back to the early days of the Magic Valley.

You can see the farm machinery that was used to develop the land, and the daily items that made life easier for those who lived here. From steam tractors to lacework, we display a wide variety of artifacts showing how life’s daily chores and pastimes were carried out. Butter churns, report cards, vintage clothes, photographs, patent medicines, plows, and postcards; all those little objects that together, show us the way that folks went about the business of making a place to call home.

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