Business in Historic Wallace Idaho

How is this possible? Click to find out! There are a lot of interesting businesses in this town of 784 intrepid souls living at the Center of the Universe, colocated with the Silver Capital of the World. This page attempts to list them all by category with links to their websites and e-mail addresses when appropriate.

The 2008 town map is presented in separate windows as a 1008 pixel, 96 dpi JPG image, a 10.5 inch, 300 dpi JPG print, and as the original PDF file. An interactive map of downtown Wallace, as it was in the spring of 2001, may also be opened in a separate window. Wallace businesses that opened, closed, moved across town or changed ownership since then are itemized below this archival map up until the end of 2006. My personal quest, reasons for moving to Wallace, and lessons learned during my transition from scientist to weblord are discussed in the essay "Opportunity of a Lifetime," last updated in April 2007. Since we have had a national recession since then, and I'm still here, an update is obviously on my to-do list.

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Tourist Attractions

Sierra Silver Mine Tour
420 Fifth Street
Wallace, ID 83873
(208) 752-5151
office location on map mine location on aerial photo
This is the only tour of its kind in the Northwest. It offers a rare and exciting opportunity to personally experience the underground world of mining in the richest silver district on earth. The tour begins by boarding a sixteen passenger trolley. On the short trip to and from the mine portal, a narrated tour is given of Historic Wallace. Hard hats are issued at the portal and an experienced miner is your guide as you walk through the main drift of the mine. Displays and exhibits are explained so people of all ages may safely observe equipment in operation and see modern and historical techniques used to mine silver, lead and zinc.

Wallace District Mining Museum
509 Bank Street
Wallace, ID 83873
location on map location on aerial photo
(208) 556-1592

The Silver Valley is the richest primary silver producing mining region in the world. As the center of the mining district and a hub of commerce, Wallace earned the title of the Silver Capital of the World. In just one hundred twenty-five years, over 1.2 BILLION Troy ounces of silver have been produced from mines in this valley, along with 8.4 million tons of lead and 3.3 million tons of zinc. More than five hundred thousand Troy ounces of gold and over two hundred thousand tons of copper have been produced from these mines as well. At the beginning of 2010, about 700 people work in Silver Valley mines, where another billion ounces of silver waits to be extracted from thousands of feet below the surface.

The museum captures the impact of mining history with artifacts and exhibits depicting the hardships, toils and home life of the period. An exhibit of photographs and commissioned paintings helps bring the reality of those early days to light. An eighteen minute video about the gold and silver rushes of the 1880's, the mining wars of the 1890's, the Great 1910 Fire and everything else that has happened since then, is shown by request in a thirty seat theater.

Greg Marsh, weblord, enlightened and entertained weekend visitors to the Wallace District Mining Museum for eleven years
Mining Companies associated with the Silver Valley Greg Marsh, author, enlightened and entertained weekend visitors to the Wallace District Mining Museum for eleven years

Northern Pacific Depot Railroad Museum
219 Sixth Street
Wallace, ID 83873
location on map location on aerial photo
(208) 752-0111

The elegant chateau styled depot, which houses the two story museum, was built at the turn of the century with unique brick transported from China and concrete panels made from mine tailings. Railroads have been an integral part of the mining district since 1887. In 1976, while still in business as a railroad station, the depot was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A decade later, after the station closed, it was moved 200 feet to make way for the completion of Interstate 90. The celebrated move, rehabilitation and conversion to a museum cost nearly two-thirds of a million dollars.

Each year in early May, the town celebrates Depot Day in conjunction with a Classic Car Show that draws entrants from the entire Inland Northwest.

weddings in the railroad depot      Have your unique wedding in the historic Railroad Depot or on the lawn outside! See for more information and planning links.

Oasis Bordello Museum
605 Cedar Street
Wallace, ID 83873
location on map location on aerial photo
(208) 753-0801
When the final occupants of the Oasis Rooms left in January 1988 (the last recorded date in the "hotel" registry), they seemed to have left in a hurry. Clothing, makeup, toiletries, food and personal items were all left behind. An accurate and tastefully-presented twenty-minute tour of the upper rooms explains the mystery of the ladies' hasty departure and gives a glimpse into the town's bawdy past with details that range from poignant to hilarious. The main floor is an unusual gift shop adorned with Robert Thomas murals that depict the realities of mining in an earlier era. The two-story brick building began its existence in 1895 as a hotel and saloon, and is one of the few structures in Wallace to survive the famous 1910 fire. At that time, Wallace men outnumbered women by nearly 200 to 1. The Oasis was one of FIVE brothels operating without hindrance on Wallace's main street until 1973.
Oasis Bordello Send mail to the Bordello For more information, email the Madam at

Sixth Street Melodrama
212 Sixth Street
Wallace, ID 83873
location on map
(208) 752-8871 (Box Office)    (877) SIXTHST (toll free)

Sixth Street Theatre Sixth Street Theatre in Wallace Idaho Since 1984, this cozy and unique 80-seat theater has encouraged audience participation during its melodramas and musical variety shows performed year-round. Built in 1891, the Lux Building is the oldest remaining wood frame building in Wallace's historic business district. From 1899 to 1977, the upstairs was famous as a "ladies' boarding house." Actually, "Lux Rooms" was one of the town's five celebrated brothels.

Visit for additional information.

The 32nd Season of SPRING MELODRAMA

Written by William Nicholson
Directed by Carol Roberts
Produced by Special Arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Shadowlands is a serious drama in two acts. This West End and Broadway hit is the love story of C.S. Lewis - Oxford don and author of The Chronicles of Narnia and The Screwtape Letters - and American poet Joy Davidman. Jack Lewis is smug in his convictions about God and His plan for the world until Joy and her young son enter his life and the bewildered theoretician of love in the abstract finally confronts its direct presence.
32th season of spring melodrama
Click to to open a letter-sized poster in a separtate window.
  • There will be nine performances from Friday, February 26, through Sunday, March 13, 2016.
  • The Friday and Saturday shows will begin at 7:00 PM sharp!
  • The Sunday shows begin at 2:00 PM sharp!
  • Box Office opens 2 hours before performance.
  • All tickets must be paid for in advance or held with a credit card.
  • Tickets are $15 each, or $13 for children and seniors.
  • Call 208-751-8871 for more information.
Friday 2/26/1016 7 PM 3/4/2016 7 PM 3/11/2016 7 PM
Saturday 2/27/2016 7 PM 3/5/2016 7 PM 3/12/2016 7 PM
Sunday 2/28/2016 2 PM 3/6/2016 2 PM 3/13/2016 2 PM

Outdoor Adventures
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516 Pine Street
Wallace, ID 83873
(208) 556-1690
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Hotels and Motels

    Wallace Inn
    Wallace Inn

    100 Front Street map location
    (800) 643-2386 => 800 N IDA FUN

    location on aerial photo
    Name: required
    E-mail: required
    Best time to call:
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    Stardust Motel
    Wallace Inn
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    Stardust Motel in Wallace Idaho Stardust Motel
    410 Pine Street map location
    (208) 752-1213
    Click on this Ryan Hotel Bellhop for more information Ryan Hotel
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    608 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 753-6001

  • The Brooks Hotel
    500 Cedar Street
    (208) 556-1571

Bed and Breakfasts

Vacation Rentals

  • click to enlarge the Hercules Inn vacation rental in historic Wallace Idaho Hercules Inn
    Four spacious suites: each sleeps up to four with king size beds, flat screen TV, fully operational kitchen and laundry
    Located at Front and Second Street, two blocks from Exit 61, and across the street from the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes.
    Hercules Inn photos
    (208) 556-0575

RV Parks
  • Wallace RV Park
    click to enlarge the Wallace RV Park in a separate window 108 Nine Mile Road
    (208) 753-7121 The Down by the Depot RV Park was purchased by North Idaho Mountain Brew in October 2010. The building was renovated over the winter to house a seven barrel brewery system and the City Limits Pub. The RV Park itself was also renovated to include 3 new Dry log cabins, restrooms, and showers. There are 44 RV/tent sites.
      Daily rates for double occupancy are
    • RV-camper-pop-up sites - $25.00
    • Tent sites - $15.00
    • Dry cabins - $25.00
    • $3 per extra person
    Please visit our Web site at

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Indoor Recreation Facilities


Angie's on Bank Street
"hot gourmet subs, salads, homemade soup, ice cream, fudge"
517½ Bank Street
is no longer in business.
A memory of this business is on a new "Dead Soldiers" page that celebrates the folks who enriched our town with their enterprise and spirit while they were able.

Coffee and Tea Houses


  • City limits Pub at the North Idaho Maountain Brewery,
     click to enlarge in a separate window City Limits Pub at the
    North Idaho Mountain Brewery
      Full bar featuring
    • Sunset Red - Irish red ale
    • Summit Gold - Pale Ale
    • Mountain Top Amber- Amber ale
    • Loft Honey - Pale ale
    108 Nine Mile Road          (a block from town, where the new Wallace RV Park is located at the beginning of Nine Mile Road over Dobson Pass)
    Mark Burmeister
  • Orehouse Tasting room at the Wallace Brewing Company,
     click to enlarge in a separate window Whorehouse Tasting Room
    at the
    Wallace Brewing Company
      "Beer of Historic Proportion"
    • Vindicator IPA
    • Idaho Select Lager
    • Black Lager
    • Red Light Ale
    • Huckleberry Lager
    • Jackleg Stout
    610 Bank Street map location          (where the Community Arts Center used to be)
    Chase Sanborn
  • Enter The 1313 Club The 1313 Club
    Historic Saloon and Grill
    608 Bank Street map location
    (208) 752-9391
  • Metals Bar & Lounge
    514 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 752-5213
  • enter the Smoke House Barbecue and Saloon Smoke House Barbecue and Saloon
    (previously known as Cogswells Coffee House & Saloon)
    424 Sixth Street map location
    (208) 659-7539
  • Albi's Gem Bar
    220 Sixth Street location on map
    (208) 753-3071
  • Brooks Lounge
    500 Cedar Street location on map
    (208) 752-9661
  • The Dayrock
    517 Cedar Street map location
    (where the Eagles Lodge used to be)
    (208) 556-1173
The Fainting Goat
"a wine bar with delicious food"
516 Bank Street
is no longer in business.
A memory of this business is on a new "Dead Soldiers" page that celebrates the talented folks who enriched our town with their enterprise and spirit for as long as they were able.

Social Clubs

  • Elks Lodge, BPOE 331
    419 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 753-4255

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Financial Establishments


  • US Bank
    528 Cedar Street map location
    (208)752-1125 or (800)872-2657

Real Estate Companies

Title Companies

  • First American Title of Shoshone County
    415 Seventh Street, #1 map location
    (208) 556-1104

Insurance Company

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Retail Stores

Antiques & Collectibles

  • The Price Tag
    Victorian and European Antiques, Western Items, China, Glassware, Gifts and quality Home Furnishings
    618 Bank Street map location
         (Coeur d'Alene Hardware Building, where Victoria's once was)
    (208) 556-1500
  • North Idaho Trading Company
    Stuffed Wild Animals, plus everything else western
    Buy - Sell- Trade      Licnsed Pawnbrokers
    "We purchase elk, deer and moose antlers"

    504 Bank Street map location
    (208) 753-2911
  • Wallace Antiques
    Unique historical items!
    604 Bank Street map location
    new location This new location for Wallace Antiques is where Indelible Tidbits photography studio was located for many years. That owner, Shauna Hillman, is now the Northern Pacific Railroad Depot Museum Director.
    (208) 752-8019
Klock Tower Antiques
"Best Little Mall in Town"
520 Cedar Street
is no longer in business.
A memory of this business is on a new "Dead Soldiers" page that celebrates the folks who enriched our town with their enterprise and spirit while they were able.

  • Lucky Miner Used Cars
    Fifth & Pine Streets map location
    (208) 752-5051

  • Placer Village Books
    New and Used Books, Paperback Exchange, Special Orders
    600 Cedar Street (now colocated at TABORS EMPORIUM)
    map location
    (208) 556-2821
  • Lady in Red
    new store     An eclectic boutique specializing in ladies apparel with home furnishings, antiques and more!
    410 Sixth Street map location
    (where Silver Valley Travel was twenty years ago, and where John Darrington's Sixth Street Gallery was until recently)
    (509) 392-1105


Valerie's Flowers
(originally on Seventh Street, moved here in 2012)
412 Fifth Street
is no longer in business.
A memory of this business is on a new "Dead Soldiers" page that celebrates the folks who enriched our town with their enterprise and spirit while they were able.

General Merchandise

  • Tabors Emporium
      A Most Comfortable Store
    • Over 30 Unique Vendors
    • Amethyst Geodes & other minerals
    • Todler Denim & other niche finds
    • Antiques and Collectibles
    • Eclectic Assortment of Unusual Gifts
    • Many one of a kind items created by local artisans
    • Home of Placer Village Books
      the Silver Valley's full service bookstore
    600 Cedar Street
    map location
    (208) 752-1128


  • Harvest Foods
    Now contains the Idaho State Liquor Store
    806 Bank Street map location
    (208) 752-1233

Hardware, Mining & Auto Supply

  • Building Maintenance & Supply
    AKA True Value Hardware
    716 Bank Street map location
    (208) 556-1164
  • Northwest Mining Supply
    722 Bank Street map location
    (208) 752-0022
  • Stovern Auto Supply Company
    824 Bank Street map location
    (208) 752-1185

Jewelry and Gifts

  • The Idaho Silver Shop
    606 Bank Street
    (208) 556-1171      (208) 556-0592 fax     (800) 377-8857 toll free

Liquor Store

  • State Liquor Store
    located at Harvest Foods
    806 Bank Street map location
    (208) 752-1233

MP3 Music Store


Specialty Shops

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Retail Services

Auto Repair

  • Hayman Auto Body
    60664 Silver Valley Road
    (208) 753-8871

Bobcat, Backhoe, Excavator Services

  • B & L Bobcat and Excavation Services
    82 Grubich Road, #B
    Pinehurst, ID 83850
    (208) 682-3049 (office)
    (208) 682-3695 (fax)
    (208) 512-1774 (cell)
  • Daugherty Enterprises, Inc.
    PO Box 65
    523 Cataldo Gulch
    Cataldo, ID 83810
    (208) 682-3402
    (208) 682-9920
  • Jim's Bobcat Service
    Jim Church
    445 Moose Mountain Lane
    Kingston, ID 83839
    (208) 659-0963


  • Cutting Edge Construction
    John Ruggles
    Remodel, New and Concrete Construction
    (208) 752-4721

Fitness Center

  • The Wallace Athletic Club
    516 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 752-2001

Gas Stations

  • Super Stop Conoco
    S. Frontage Road at I-90, Exit 61
  • Exxon Gas & Convenience Store
    205 Fifth Street map location
    (208) 556-3281

Hair Care

  • Best Little Hair House
    608 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 753-0602
  • D' Spot
    Hair Care & Massage
    722 Bank Street
    map location
    (Debbie Saylor, hair stylist/massage therapist, was previously at Reflections Salon)
    (208) 556-0508


  • Sam Brooks Wallace Laundromat
    521 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 753-7061

Refrigeration & Heating

  • Hayman's Refrigeration & Heating
    510 Pine Street map location
    (208) 752-9011

Welding and Machine Shops

  • Spryte Improvement, LLC, logo SPRYTE IMPROVEMENT, LLC
    Pat Foster, machinist
    Specializing in the manufacture of Snow Cat (over snow vehicle) and Thiokol LMC DMC parts (1200/1400/1500/2100 series)
    P.O. Box 145, Wallace, Idaho 83873
    (208) 556-0153 phone/fax
    (208) 512-9296 cell,
    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM PST Mon-Fri
  • Mike's Specialty Welding
    60852 Silver Valley Road
    (208) 556-1594

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Mining Related

  • Idaho Mining Apparel
    Idaho Mining ApparelServing the Clothing Needs of Hard Rock Miners by manufacturing
    • Bibs and Jackets
    • Coveralls
    • Utility Holders for Lamp Batteries and Rescue Packs
    • magnetic and floresent Safety Markers
    • reflective Shirts and Hoods
    • Protective Sleeves
    • miscellaneous Mining Accessories
    131 Cameron Avenue
    Kellogg, ID 83837
    (208) 784-1194


  • North Idaho Mountain Brew, Wallace, Idaho North Idaho Mountain Brew     
      Seven Barrel Brewery System
    • Sunset Red - Irish red ale
    • Summit Gold - Pale Ale
    • Mountain Top Amber - Amber ale
    • Loft Honey - Pale ale
    108 Nine Mile Road          (a block from town, colocated with the new City Limits Pub and Wallace RV Park, formerly the Down by the Depot RV Park, at the beginning of Nine Mile Road over Dobson Pass)
    Mark Burmeister
  • Wallace Brewery, Wallace, Idaho Wallace Brewing Company
      "Beer of Historic Proportion"
    • Vindicator IPA
    • Idaho Select Lager
    • Black Lager
    • Red Light Ale
    • Huckleberry Lager
    • Jackleg Stout
    610 Bank Street map location          (where the Community Arts Center used to be)
    Chase Sanborn



  • Bayard Miller, MD
    610 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 556-1561


  • Wayne Jurkovich, DDS
    611 Bank Street map location
    (208) 556-8171



  • Hollis Anderson
    Attorney at Law
    upstairs at 602 Cedar Street, Suite 223
    (by appointment only)
    mail to 125 Cedar Street
    telephone (208) 752-1271
    facsimile (208) 556-3411
  • Keisha Lee Oxendine
    Attorney at Law
    upstairs at 602 Cedar Street, Suite 223
    telephone (208) 752-1272
    facsimile (208) 556-3411
  • Michael K. Branstetter
    416 River Street map location
    (208) 752-1154


  • Brook Zanetti & Company
    Income Tax Preparation, Payroll & Bookkeeping Services
    510 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 556-949 or cell (208) 659-2919
  • H.F. Magnuson & Company, CPA's
    413 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 752-1131
  • Wayne Schoonmaker, CPA
    510 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 753-2525


Computer Consultants

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Larger than Local Businesses

Mining Companies

A page created January 2010 gives more information, including stock quotes and webpages, for Mining Companies associated with the Silver Valley
  • Applied Minerals, Inc.
    formerly Atlas Mining Company
    P.O. Box 968
    630 East Mullan Avenue, Unit D
    Osburn, Idaho 83849
    (208) 556-1181        (208) 556-6741 fax
  • Bunker Hill Mine
    1 Mine Road
    Kellogg, Idaho 83837
    (208) 786-9891
  • Coeur d'Alene Mines Corporation
    505 Front Avenue
    Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83814
    (800) 624-2824
  • Hecla Mining Company
    6500 N. Mineral Drive, Suite 200
    Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83815-9408
    (208) 769-4100     (208) 769-7612 fax
  • New Jersey Mining Company
    89 Appleberg Road
    P.O. Box 1019
    Kellogg, Idaho 83837
    (208) 783-1032     (208) 783-3331 fax
  • Shoshone Silver Gold Mining Company
    has acquired Kimberly Gold Mines, Inc.
    3714 West Industrial Loop
    Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
    (208) 664-0620     (208) 664-0626 fax
  • Sterling Mining Company
    P.O. Box 2838
    Coeur d Alene, ID USA 83816
    (208) 666-4070     (208) 676-1629 fax
  • US Silver Corporation
    P.O. Box 1129
    Wallace, Idaho 83873
    (208) 752-1116

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Civic Organizations

  • Wallace District Arts Council
    Wallace District Arts Councii
    The mission of the Wallace District Arts Council is to establish and maintain an arts council to present plays, dramas, musicals and other productions of all kinds. To offer seminars, workshops, and other classes in all arts disciplines. To establish and maintain such programs or series as will further the educational goals of the organization. To promote appreciation of, interest in, and understanding of the arts. To perform all other acts necessary or incidental to the above. The organization was established in April 1988.
    The current president is
    Thomas Hayes
    619 Bank Street
    Wallace, ID 83873
    Currently, the main project of the Council is the annual Historic Wallace Blues Festival.
  • Wallace Chamber of Commerce
    Wallace Chamber of Commerce Visitors' Center
    I-90, Exit 61
    (208) 753-7151

    location on aerial photo

  • Senior Center
    621 Cedar Street map location
    (208) 752-5411
  • Public Library
    415 River Street
    (208) 752-4571
    map location location on aerial photo

  • Northern Pacific Railroad Depot Foundation
    219 Sixth Street
    (208) 752-0111

    MSS email icon Open April 15 through October 15 each year, the Northern Pacific Railroad Depot Museum's mission is to interpret, for present and future generations, the history of railroads, associated people and events in the region known as the Coeur d'Alene Mining District, and to a lesser extent bordering areas, with focus on the Wallace Northern Pacific Depot, by collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and publishing relevant materials.

    The Foundation is also responsible for various events each year.

    • Depot Day & Classic Car Show: Saturday before Mother's Day, annually, May 9, 2015
    • Under the Freeway Flea Market: Labor Day Wekend, annually, Sept. 7, 2015
    • Both events provide registration packets online. Payment is over the telephone, no PayPal.
    • Weddings can be booked through the NP Depot. Weddings may be held during the summer season and the off-season by special request.
    • Other events of a cultural or historic nature are carried out as opportunities arise.
  • Historic Wallace Marketing Group
    contact Cindy Lien at Valerie's Flowers
    412 Fifth St.

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November 23, 2015
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December 29, 2003
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April 27, 2016
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April 02, 2012
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April 28, 2016
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