You’re invited to Fall For History in Wallace

Visit Wallace for  Fall For History 2019

Thursday, Oct. 3rdSunday, Oct.6th

What a place for an historic weekend, coming up this October 3-6, 2019. With a fascinating history, Wallace is entirely listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was named one of America’s Great Places by the American Planning Association. Home to three museums, two Hall of Fame Rails to Trails routes, two ski resorts, thousands of miles of off road trails, a dozen saloons, restaurants, hotels and much more. Take it all in, this year!

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Below is just a sample of what’s on tap for Fall for History 2019.

Sample of History Presentations:

OCT. 5: “Bicycle Soldiers of Fort Missoula” – 11 a.m., Wallace Mining Museum. Learn about this fascinating part of Idaho/Montana history from the Frontier Regulars (reenactors from Spokane area).

OCT. 5: “19th Century Warfare & Weapons” – 1 p.m., Wallace Mining Museum. Civil War re-enactor and vintage weapons expert James Teague will share his knowledge on guns and battles.

Sample of History Tours:

OCT. 4: “A Peek into Dante’s Peak” – 3:30 p.m. meet at Sierra Silver Mine Tour. Local historian Mike Feiler will lead this walking tour of filming sites for the hit 1997 Hollywood adventure film, “Dante’s Peak.” (limit 25)

OCT 6: Historic Homes and Hot Tea.” Join us to tour four historic Wallace homes and two beautiful churches, ending with refreshments at a Wallace home. Reservations required!

Sample of History Entertainment:

OCT. 4: “Storytelling” – 2 p.m., Wallace Mining Museum. Learn the tricks of the trade of Storytelling from Wallace resident Vicki Allmann, well known for her portrayal of the famous May Hutton.

OCT. 5: “Fans and Frivolity in the 19th Century” – 6 p.m., Wallace Firehouse. A dinner theater featuring “proper ladies” of the Civil War era, in their finery. Reservations required. Dinner at 6 p.m.; presentation at 7 p.m.

OCT. 6: “Wallace Believe It or Not” – 11 a.m., NPR Depot. Museum curator Shauna Hillman will lead a walking tour of Wallace and dispel some of the common myths. (limit 25)

AND THOSE ARE ONLY A SAMPLING! Click below for the complete schedule and registration.

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Getting here is easy. Take Exit 61 or 62 off I-90. Click for MAP»
We hope to see you for our Fall For History events! See more about about Wallace’s heritage on our History of Wallace page»
For more information or to reserve a place at any of our events, please contact: Wallace, Idaho Chamber of Commerce at 208.753.7151 or email us»