Celebrate The History of Garden City!
Do you ever wonder where it all began? Immerse yourself in what used to be acres of riverside fields! Learn more about the history of what Garden City used to be and has become as we take a trip down memory lane to where it all began!
This stadium has been home of the Boise Hawks since 1989 and is one of Garden City’s most notable landmarks. This is the spot to catch a game or maybe even a concert during the summer months. It’s the best spot to take your family to be a part of the culture and embrace what Garden City has to offer.
This Queen-Anne style house is one of the most unaltered and old-time historical homes you can find in the area. This gothic-style architecture presents a strongly irregular and asymmetrical aspect, and it’s marketed as one of the two earliest buildings in Garden City! This house dates back to 1897, and is historically significant for its occupation during most of its early history by Idaho’s internationally known United States Senator, William E. Borah. This house was built for $4000 and continues to show off the work of John Tourtellotte in his vision for gothic-like architecture. This building is still marked to be in excellent condition and a private estate that’s kept preserved for any history junkies to see.