Idaho Museum of Natural History Summer Membership Drive

POCATELLO – Looking for a fun and educational family experience this summer? Consider joining the Idaho Museum of Natural History at Idaho State University with an annual membership.

Use your membership immediately and begin learning about Mars, the Moon, and asteroids, while driving a moon rover in the interactive “Astronomical Idaho, Be the Astronaut” exhibit. Learn about “The Incredible Horse.” See Idaho’s Hagerman horse fossils and go back 50 million years when horses roamed more tropical terrain. Enjoy the photography of Roger Boe and poetry of Will Peterson in the “The Flows,” a visual and artistic viewpoint of Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve.

The museum’s summer membership drive has set a goal to add 100 new members to its ever growing family. All annual memberships include free, unlimited admission, invitations to special events and educational offerings, subscription to IMNH’s monthly e-newsletter, 10 percent discount on all purchases at the IMNH store and one one-day guest pass. Additionally, members benefit from quality family time spent exploring its engaging and educational exhibits and collections.

To view all membership options and purchase your membership, visit the museum located on the campus of Idaho State University, Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., or online

The IMNH has served Idaho since 1934 and as Idaho’s official natural history museum. It offers unique, educational, and fun opportunities to visitors, classrooms, tourists and community members of all ages. Your membership support makes a difference to the over 13,000 diverse group of visitors, ranging from K-12 students to ISU students, to adults, seniors and veterans, who will visit the museum this year.

Interested people can subscribe to its monthly e-newsletter for program updates and follow it on Facebook for daily historical postings. Please contact Terri Bergmeier at 208-282-6168 with any membership questions or business partnership opportunities.

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