The McConnell Mansion is a free community museum that shares the stories of some of Moscow’s earliest and most interesting residents. This Victorian home was built in 1886 for William J. McConnell’s family, before he became the third governor of Idaho. Later, the Adair and Jackson families made their home at 110 S. Adams Street. The final private owner, Dr. Frederic Church, gifted the home to Latah County upon his death, to serve as a museum and meeting space for residents of the county.
The Latah County Historical Society operates the museum and also maintains a research archive across the street at 327 E. Second Street in the Centennial Annex.
Where & when
110 South Adams, Moscow, ID 83843
Museum: Tuesday – Friday, 1-4pm; some Saturdays
Centennial Annex: Tuesday – Friday, 8am-4pm