ZGA Architects & Planners provided planning and design services for the Oregon Trail History and Education Center for the State Departments of Parks and Recreation and Transportation.
Historically, the site represents not only the Snake River crossing that occurred at this point on the Oregon Trail, but also of the crossing of the two cultures - the Native Peoples of Western North America and the Euro-Americans from the first time they met to the present.  

ZGA conducted extensive research to ensure that the story of this historically significant site is told through vivid detail and engaging design.
This project won an Orchid Award from the Idaho Historic Preservation Council for the positive impact it has on the preservation of the region’s cultural heritage.