- TripBuzz found 51 things to do with kids in or near Moscow, Idaho, including 37 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pullman, Lewiston, Clarkston and Spalding.
- From Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center to Palouse Ice Rink, the Moscow area offers 29 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Movie Theaters, History Museums and Other Adventures.
- Located in northern Idaho, the city of Moscow is home to the University of Idaho. A thriving college town, it is also a major residential and business community. The city prides itself on its rich artistic culture featuring many local theatre productions and arts in the park productions drawing patrons from surrounding areas year-round.
Kids and adults love swimming and splashing at the Hamilton Aquatics Center in Moscow, Idaho. The Center is open from early June to late August. Its amenities include showers, lockers, two water slides, a dump bucket and various sprinklers and climbing structures.
The Palouse Ice Rink is an ice hockey rink that hosts summer time activities including a plant sale, a garage sale, and roller hockey. The facility is home to competitive hockey leagues for adults as well as children.
Dedicated to the wild horses of the American Midwest, the Appaloosa Museum & Heritage Center in Moscow, Idaho is packed with horse-related information and ephemera. The exhibits emphasize spotted horses, and include reproductions of prehistoric cave paintings that feature the animals.
The preservation of local history by the Latah County Historical Society is accomplished through research facilities, educational programs, and exhibits at two museums. The society also offers a series of public lectures in the historic McConnell Mansion in May.
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Managed by horticulturalist Paul Warwick, the University of Idaho Arboretum & Botanical Garden is a major attraction for plant lovers in Moscow, Idaho. The institution houses thousands of diverse plant species, including rare trees such as the Dawn Redwood and European Beech.
Cared for by the Latah Trail Foundation, the Latah Trail Bike Path is an extensive, beautiful cycling route that takes riders through some of the most beautiful areas of Idaho. Formerly a rail line, the path is now open only to cycling traffic and pedestrians.
Constructed in 1886, the McConnell Mansion is built in the Victorian Gothic style. More specifically, it combines the Queen Anne and Eastlake styles, and is notable as the only surviving home in the state in that style.