Tires get us to places we have to go, and more importantly, destinations we want to go. And North Central Idaho has lots to go see.
Check out the history, arts and culture in Lewiston. Here are a few ideas on what to go see.
Lewis-Clark Center for Arts and History. The center is in a restored historic building in downtown Lewiston. It is Idaho’s second largest exhibition space and is home to Lewiston’s turn-of-the-century Chinese Beuk Aie Temple. The center features local, regional and nationally-renowned artists, and houses readings, lectures and special events. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is free.
Lewis and Clark Discovery Center at Hells Gate Park features interpretive displays including an Indian tepee, a display about Lewis and Clark’s difficult route through the Bitterroot Mountains, a dugout canoe display, a salmon stream and a bronze cougar sculpture. A 30-minute video, Lewis & Clark: From the Mountains to the Sea, is shown every day.
Take a walking tour of historic downtown Lewiston. Experience the Ghost Tour, explore beneath the sidewalks, feel the presence of the “spirits” that traveled under the sidewalks and worked in the unmentionable side of society in the 1930s.
Ready to travel? Check out The Tire Guy for your vehicle needs, as well as for roadside tire assistance. We’re here to help get you places: 208-816-8040 (ask for Rick) or 208-962-3241 (shop), 502 Main Street in Cottonwood.