180 1st Street East, Ketchum, Wednesday - Saturday 1pm - 5 pm
The main exhibit at the museum showcases local sheep history. Admission is free of charge and the museum is open Wednesday thru Saturday from 1-5 pm. Free Admission - Donations welcome.
Lane Mercantile Historic Site
Main Street & Sun Valley Road, Ketchum
Enoteca restaurant is now located in the Lane Mercantile building. It is the historic site of the sheepmen's gathering place for years. It was there that lamb prices, the weather and other important topics of conversation were debated during the time that millions of sheep trailed through the Valley in the early 1900s. It was during this time that Ketchum became the largest sheep shipping center in the world next to Sydney, Australia. Be sure to check the original sign on the back of the building. "Eat more lamb. It's delicious!"
Blaine County Historical Museum
218 North Main Street, Hailey, Monday - Saturday, 11am - 5pm, Sunday, 1pm - 5pm
The Blaine County Historical Museum will be presenting the history and cultures of the Wood River Valley including the Basques, Scottish and Peruvians as well as sheep ranchers and ranching.
Community Library Exhibit
415 Spruce Avenue, Ketchum, Monday - Friday 10am - 6 pm
The Community Library will partner with the Festival once again to share spectacular historical photographs in their Regional History Department. Their exhibits and stories preserve a well loved part of the rich history and culture of the Wood River Valley. Not to be missed.
Hailey Public Library Exhibit
Main Street and Croy, Hailey, Monday-Saturday 10am - 6pm
The Hailey Public library will host an exhibit of photographs and the history and cultures of sheep herding in Idaho and the west. www.haileypubliclibrary.org