Coming together with the U of I Discovery Center, an Idaho Heritage Museum & Conference Center, and a Farm to Table Public Market. Providing terrific synergy between each venue, complementing and enhancing visitor experiences.
Blending business sites together for optimal visitor experience. Offering opportunities to easily visit each facility.
The Southern Idaho Legacy Center is the coming together of the U of I Discovery Center, a Southern Idaho Heritage Museum & Conference Center, and a Farm to Table Public Market. There is terrific synergy between each venue, complementing and enhancing each other’s visitor experience, and assuring our sustained success as a notable state destination.
The Southern Idaho Legacy Center is located northwest of the intersection of 84 & 93, visible to traffic on both highways. With a proposed traffic control light and lane at Democracy Avenue, traffic traveling north on 93 will have the same ease of access as those traveling south.
The clustering of the three venues allows for visitors at one venue to be introduced to and visit the others. There is also the opportunity for cross integration between the programs of the facilities, allowing for each facility to operate as if it is larger.
Considering having a “worlds largest potato”, and/or a concrete tilt-up panel in the shape of Idaho, that doubles as the gnomon of a sundial. Somethings that are visible to the adjacent freeway as a point of interest, and something to peak curiosity for people to stop in and check out, in general promotion of the Idaho Legacy complex.
Highly visible and beautiful location on the intersection of highway 93 and Intestate I-84. As a major central crossroads, this location encompasses over half the state’s population within a two-hour drive.