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Best things to do in Wallace

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Bar
“Nice atmosphere, good food, local brews, bar on site, watch sports on large screen. Locals Favorite.”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“Wallace District Mining Museum, Wallace The Wallace District Mining Museum and Visitor Center captures the impact of mining history with artifacts and exhibits depicting the hardships, toil and home life of the period. The museum is open May through October”
5 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“The trolley ride through town to the mine entrance is half the fun! Plus their giant gift store and ice-cream shop is worth popping into even if you don't plan to do the mine tour.”
5 locals recommend
Bar
“The 1313 Club is a restaurant and saloon in Historic Wallace, Idaho. The historic bar and restaurant offers a unique food selection in a great setting. The most commonly asked question is "How did the 1313 Club get its name?" There are a couple of different stories, the most popular is the fact that the original bar area was 13 feet high by 13 feet wide.”
3 locals recommend
History Museum
“"The Oasis Bordello Museum is a former operating bordello in the historic mining town of Wallace Idaho. It is preserved exactly as it was left when it had to close it's doors in 1988."”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Best dinner in town! Excellent and affordable Italian dinner and gourmet sandwiches for lunch.”
3 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Several routes and tour lengths means there's something for every budget and reasons to go back again even if you've done it before! Super fun with incredible views and great staff make it even more enjoyable.”
3 locals recommend
Food
“Wallace Brewing Company, 15-barrel microbrewery, began selling its beer in January 2009, in historic Wallace, Idaho.”
2 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“This is the only market in town. The next closest market is located in Osburn about 3 miles from Wallace.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great Diner Style Food with Lots of Fun Antiques and Memorabilia to See and Purchase! The Owners, Jamie and Barbara, are always friendly and welcoming and love sharing Wallace info with everyone who is interested. kids Love the Red Light Garage with its Nice Selection of Ice Cream and Shakes.”
2 locals recommend
Cafe
“Wallace Coffee House at Sixth and Cedar Streets. Espresso Bar. Serving a wide variety of coffees, and specialty drinks, as well as bagels, with a variety of toppings and baked treats.”
2 locals recommend
Brewery
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1 local recommends
Bar
“The Fainting Goat A Wine Bar & Eatery sits in the heart of beautiful Historic Wallace, Idaho. The whole interior of the space is crafted with industrial salvage, reused and repurposed materials. All tables are made by hand with reclaimed wood and the space boasts the original hand painted vault door from 1895 and doors that are over 200 years old imported from India. The food is casual fine dining with regional wines for glass pours and 32 bottle Enomatics, featuring all international red and white wines along with craft beers, microbrews and hard ciders.”
2 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Northern Pacific Depot Railroad Museum depicts historic Wallace’s past as railroads are known to have “built the West” and Wallace is not different. Classic photos and displays depict when railroading was the choice medium of travel – bringing miners, workers, adventures and more to historic Wallace’s doors. Moved 250 feet to the south to make way for Interstate 90, the Depot is the cultural epicenter of historic Wallace. Open seasonally from April through October.”
1 local recommends
Store
“One of many thrift and antique stores in Wallace. Also try Grandpa Cupid's Bargain Basement on 6th Street for even more great deals.”
1 local recommends
Theater
“Check out sixthstreetmelodrama.com for performances at this tiny theater just 10 minutes up the freeway in Wallace”
2 locals recommend