About Idaho Treasures: 


We've been developing America's Treasures for over 13 years which includes Idaho Treasures.  We've researched facts about the state of Idaho for exploring stories that you will find fascinating.   


Now we are planning to roll out Idaho Treasures on a larger scale….across the state.  We're going to tell you the stories behind the trivia questions.  You'll discover facts about Idaho in categories such as History, Arts, Entertainment, Geography, Sports and General Trivia. 


There's a wealth of information about Idaho just waiting to be uncovered.  That's what we do.  We discover the little known facts that are buried all around you.  You'll be surprised at what we will uncover.  And there's always more to be discovered. 


Join us on the adventure as we travel the state in search of Idaho Treasures.



Welcome to Idaho Treasures!



Idaho Treasures uncovers the stories behind the trivia questions.   Traveling all over the state, we reveal golden nuggets of fascinating facts.  Discover the stories about Idaho's Trivia such as…. 


      French Fry King


      Cataldo mission


      Caribou National Forest


      The list is endless! 


Idaho Treasures is unique. It connects with community from a grassroots level.  


“IdahoTreasures” appeals to family viewership while also being of interest to history buffs, community leaders, tourists.  It includes a website where viewers can participate in the discovery of trivia facts and stories which keeps people involved.


Check out these trivia facts from America's Treasures: 

   1. Where can you find the dive capitol of the world?

   2. Name the city with the first skyscraper.

  3. Where was Babe Ruth born?

  4. Where was the first rocket created?

  5. Name the largest cereal company in the world.

  6. Name the largest cave in America.

  7. Mount Vernon was home to what U.S. President?



1. What is the oldest building in the state?  


Answer 1

General Trivia: 

2. The town of Arco was the first community in the world to do what?


Answer 2


3. The Caribou-Targhee National Forest is home to what grasslands?


Answer 3


4. When was the Assay Office built in Idaho?


Answer 4


5. Idaho’s largest museum is known as what?


Answer 5


6. Who was the famous sculptor of Mt. Rushmore National Memorial?


Answer 6


7. Name the 1984 Olympian who won a silver medal for alpine ski racing.


Answer 7


8. What jazz pianist has a festival named after him?


Answer 8


9. Sacajawea was the Indian guide for what explorers?


Answer 9

General Trivia: 

10. Who is known as the “French Fry King”? 


Answer 10


Join our TEAM as a trivia buff!


We are traveling the nation in search of fascinating facts!  We are uncovering treasures from every state.  We would love to have you on our search team.  So as we visit your state, you can help us discover the stories behind the trivia around you!  Just let us know about you.  Register on our site and list yourself as an expert.  You are an expert on something, right?


Babe Ruth