The Canyon County Historical Society in addition to the train depot, has the Indian Creek Museum located in Caldwell, Idaho. With nearly 10,000 artifacts ranging from an entire 50s vintage medical office to as small as an ice cream glass once used at a drug store soda fountain, Indian Creek Museum is a reflection of what life was like during the mid-20th Century in Canyon County. The museum also serves as a history resource housing much of Caldwell’s print and photographic history. Indian Creek Museum is best known for “Reflections of Life Exhibits”. Visitors will experience a step back in time seeing Canyon County and Caldwell history during the 50s and 60s with exhibits displaying artifacts up close and personal where you will say “I remember my grandparents having that.”
Admission to the depot is free.
Suggested donation $5.00 per adult
Private group tours for schools and clubs are available by appointment. The depot is also available to rent for small public events and meetings. Follow us on Facebook.