Arts and Culture
Boise City Department of Arts & History
The Department of Arts & History offers access to exceptional arts, history, and cultural programming for Boise residents and visitors.
Boise Public Library
The Boise Public Library improves community members' quality of life by supporting their efforts to enhance knowledge, realize creative potential, and share ideas and stories.
Managed by the Boise City Department of Arts & History, take time to browse the City of Boise's collection of art, archives and historic artifacts.
Art in public spaces adds meaning, stories, beauty and identity. Learn more about public art in Boise.
James Castle House
Explore the home of James Castle, one of the most unlikely and enigmatic American artists of the twentieth century.
Erma Hayman House
The Erma Hayman House is a historic site and cultural center that preserves, contextualizes, and interprets the history of Boise’s River Street Neighborhood.
Anne Frank Memorial
The Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial is a .81-acre educational park inspired by Anne Frank's faith in humanity. Located at 770 S. 8th St. in Downtown Boise.
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