Sun Valley Museum of History (SVMoH)
In February of 2014, the Community Library Association in Ketchum, Idaho began an exciting new program when it assumed operation of the former Ski and Heritage Museums. The Ketchum / Sun Valley Historical Society worked closely with the Library’s Board of Trustees and administration to transact this change in an effort to strengthen the museum’s presence in the community. The City of Ketchum—from the mayor to council members to Parks and Recreation staff—joined the effort, while the community enthusiastically supported it. This collaborative project presents tremendous opportunities for Sun Valley to share its rich historical traditions with local residents and visitors alike.
Located in the historic Forest Service Park, the museum buildings feature two exhibition spaces and a collections center. Under the library’s direction, the 1933 buildings, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, will showcase exhibits that detail the region’s cultural heritage: from the first inhabitants, to miners and ranchers, to destination skiers, to artists and athletes. Our history is diverse, and we will tell that story through engaging exhibitions and powerful programs.
Exhibitions and Programs
The Museum of History has a fascinating collection of regional historical items. Exhibitions and programs are planned and will be announced soon. For more information about upcoming exhibitions and programs, please visit the Exhibitions page our our site. You may also contact Exhibits Director Taylor Paslay.
Visit The Community Library’s Sun Valley Museum of History.
Location First & Washington (in the Forest Service Park), Ketchum, ID 83340
Contact Phone: 208-726-8118 I Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours Tuesday–Saturday, 1 PM – 5 PM
The SVMoH Team
For more information, please contact Taylor or visit his blog.
Or, if you need help finding information on a certain subject please visit the library or email us.