Wallace continues its 100-plus year run as the world’s largest silver producer — making it the richest mining town still in existence, and the last town entirely listed on the National Register of Historic Places! Historic Wallace continues to diversify into a bigger, better and more attractive town with world-class recreation and tourism “mined” along with the area’s colorful, living history!
Enjoy more than 1,000 miles of mining, logging and Forest Service roads that have been turned into the world’s largest mountain bike, ATV and snowmobile trail system. Two world-class paths – the Route of the Hiawatha and Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes – beckon road and mountain bikers, walkers and roller bladers. Underground mine tours, train station, bordello and mine museums welcome the historically inquisitive, while others are entertained with classic silver, unique antique and pawn shops against a back of lush green forests, clean air, sunshine and friendly residents.
Historic Wallace Chamber of Commerce website
Activities in and around Wallace, Idaho
300k Bitterroot Loop - 4 Day Camping and Biking Tour
Bicycling and kayaking in Wallace
Downtown Wallace's Historic Street Scene
Historic Wallace Preservation Society Inc.
Northern Pacific Depot Railroad Museum
Shoshone Golf Club (Silver Valley)
Sixth Street Melodrama Theatre
Wallace District Mining Museum
Wallace: North Idaho Mountain Brewery