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AmericInn Lodge & Suites Rexburg — BYUI

1098 Golden Beauty Drive, Rexburg, ID  83440

Check In:

3:00 PM |

Check Out:

11:00 AM

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Attractions & Entertainment

Brigham Young University Idaho

Distance from hotel: 1.6 miles

Brigham Young University-Idaho is a private four-year university affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

525 South Center Street

Rexburg, Idaho



Yellowstone Bear World

Distance from hotel: 5.1 miles

Bear World takes a nostalgic look back to when black and grizzly bears roamed free in Yellowstone National Park.  Bear World is a unique drive through park where you can watch the wildlife in their habitat from your own vehicle.

6010 Nelson Road

Rexburg, Idaho



Great Outdoors

Historic Carousel and Splash Park at Porter Park

Distance from hotel: 1.6 miles

The Idaho Centennial Carousel is Idaho's only antique wooden carousel.  It is one of 170 antique wooden carousels still existing in the United States.  It has authentic carousel music from an organ run on paper rolls providing old-fashioned original sounds.  The carousel is housed in a new building at Porter Park.  Next to the carousel is Splash Park.  Built in 2006 it is a fun way to cool down during the summer.



Cities to Visit


Distance from hotel: 10.4 miles

Rigby, Idaho is the birthplace of television. Be sure to visit the Farnsworth TV Pioneer Museum. It's a museum for Philo Farnsworth, the precocious Idaho farm boy who in 1922 first sketched a primitive television on the blackboard of his Rigby High School chemistry classroom. Some five years later, Farnsworth demonstrated a working TV, forever changing media - and living rooms. It's an achievement that Rigby, Idaho still honors at the Farnsworth TV & Pioneer Museum with displays of the inventor's early patents, his hat and violin, and a Farnsworth-brand TV set. Considering how often you've laughed, cried, cuddled and snoozed in front of Farnsworth's creation, you might want to stop by to pay your respects.