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Founded in 1995, the IBHM was established to educate individuals about the history and culture of African Americans, with special emphasis on African Americans in Idaho.
Housed in the historic St. Paul Baptist Church building and located in Boise's Julia Davis Park - the museum presents exhibits and provides educational and community outreach programs including lectures, films, workshops, literacy programs and musical performances. The museum's purpose is to build bridges between cultures to explore issues that affect Americans of all cultures and ethnicities.
Inquiries about park reservations or events? Contact Boise City Parks and Recreatonor call 208.608.7600.
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Help the future of Julia Davis Park. Donations through ICF's secure site support Julia Davis: The Second Century projects designed to educate, enlighten and illuminate. Donate On-line Now!
Gifts to our park Partners can be made through their websites, listed on our partners page.
Take a virtual tour of our wonderful park. Learn more about what the park has to offer now. Then see what we are adding for the future.
Park Tour - Projects Tour - Map