Attractions to Pocatello, ID include the following
Kizuna Japanese Garden Kizuna means ‘bond” or “link” in Japanese.
The Kizuna Garden located in front of the terminal at Pocatello Regional Airport links Pocatello with her Sister City, Iwamizawa, Japan. The Japanese garden, a public space open to the public, features more than 100 varieties of plants, more
Pocatello Zoo The Sara W Ifft Grizzly Bear Exhibit.
Grizzly bears typically have dark brown fur but variation in color is common. The tips of most fur are lighter in color giving them a grizzled effect resulting in the grizzly name. All brown bears including grizzlies have a distinguishing shoulder hump. The hump is a mass of muscle that enables the bears to be exceptional diggers and provides significant strength in the front limbs. Brown bear claws are large, long, curved and blunt. Adults have massive, heavily built concave skulls, which are large in proportion to the body. The forehead is high and rises steeply. Brown bears have very strong teeth: the incisors are relatively big and the canine teeth are large, the lower ones being strongly curved.
Stephens Fine Art Center Music, dance, theatre, lectures and more bring the communities of Idaho State University and southeastern Idaho together in one spectacular locale
Aslet Museum of Clean The Museum of Clean is selling the value and vision of clean to the entire world.
Hit the Hiking and Bike Trails in Pocatello, Idaho Nearly 50 miles of trails within the city limits.