- The list below includes 6 free or cheap things to do in or near Wallace, Idaho, including 24 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Specialty Museums, Hiking Trails and Ziplines.
- From Pulaski Tunnel Trail to Silver Streak Zipline Tours, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wallace.
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96% 55 votes
S King St-FS Road 456, Wallace, ID MoreLess Info
Pulaski Tunnel Trail is an outdoor resort located in Wallace. It provides an exotic locale which makes for an absolutely exciting hiking experience. The guides here are skilled in demonstrations and services. Watch out for signs.
99% 198 votes
516 Pine Street, Wallace, ID 83873 MoreLess Info
With Silver Streak Zipline Tours visitors can look forward to ziplining over deep forest canyons at high speeds. They have two different courses, with the West being a shorter hike and the East involving a longer walk up the mountains.
98% 48 votes
Wallace, ID MoreLess Info
The Wallace Mining Museum is dedicated to the mining industry in the state, from the gold rush until present days. Maps, photos, and artifacts pertaining to this domain are included in the permanent collection. On the site there are also a gift shop and a visitor's center.
80% 81 votes
605 Cedar St., Wallace, ID MoreLess Info
Housed by a former popular brothel which was opened until 1988, the Oasis Bordello Museum exhibits the belongings of the former occupants, which left in a hurry, leaving everything behind. A still and an old wine press are also on display.
100% 1 votes
509 Bank Street, Wallace, ID 83873 MoreLess Info
Visitors can learn about the local mining efforts in the Coeur d' Alene Mining District at the Wallace District Mining Museum. Guests can also learn about the history of load mining that started locally in the 1920s.
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219 6th Street, Wallace, ID 83873 MoreLess Info
The Northern Pacific Depot Railroad Museum is a historical museum focused on educating the public on the history of trains and railroads. The museum's main attraction is a collection of historical railroad exhibits. The museum also hosts periodic special events.
96% 25 votes
222 S. 7th Street, St. Maries, ID MoreLess Info
Nature and Wildlife lovers will have this destination etched in their memories. Traveling here is made easy by appropriate signage. Rangers accompany you on the trip and provide guidance all along. You can pick up collectibles.
90% 10 votes
6219 South Wolf Lodge Creek Road, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814 MoreLess Info
Operating as a fully functioning ranch, Rider Ranch is open to visitors for horse riding trails and wagon rides. The ranch hosts both public and private events like birthday parties, weddings, and barn nights.
97% 74 votes
Plummer, ID MoreLess Info
Running for 72 miles, the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes is a paved trail used for walking, biking, and in-line skating. Camping sites are found along the way.
98% 107 votes
2885 S. Folsom Ridge Road, Coeur d'Alene, ID MoreLess Info
With 40 acres dedicated to raising alpacas, Seven Stars Alpaca Ranch offers visitors tours of the facilities. In addition to alpacas, the ranch has cattle, llamas, horses, chickens, and goats.