The Eagle Museum of History and Preservation is located in downtown Eagle across State Street from the old Orville Jackson Drug Store. It opened its doors to the public in October 2001, and since then has been actively involved with collecting, preserving, and exhibiting those items, documents, and historic photographs that combine to tell the story of the development and growth of Eagle. When the museum first opened, it was staffed entirely by volunteers, but today is overseen by a Museum Curator and is managed by the City of Eagle.
About the Museum
In addition to exhibits that focus on the growth and development of Eagle since the late 1880s, the museum houses a public access archive which contains local history pamphlet file materials, historic photographs, and numerous small specialized collections.
The museum offers tours for groups and classrooms, as well as Boy and Girl Scouts. The museum can comfortably accommodate 10 to 15 people at a time. If your group is larger than 15, please call the museum so we can discuss arrangements. Any classrooms or Scouts, please be willing and able to provide the appropriate number of chaperones for the number of children attending.
Group Tour Reservations
Please note that group reservations are needed at least two weeks in advance. Please call 208-939-2669 for reservations.
Admission to the museum is free. Donations are always graciously accepted.