The Historic Opera Theatre was built in 1914 for vaudeville acts. In 1994, the doors reopened for live stage productions. Original hardwood oors, wood banisters, stairs, seats, and fans grace the building, with a 130-year old upright piano providing background music. The Victorian Era building is a ‘Grand Old Gal’ with her own soul, and she promises a special experience with every visit. Community players provide family entertainment from June through August. Dinner includes salad, bread, beverage, steak or chicken, baked potato, vegetable, sauteed shrimp and mushrooms, and dessert. Show only and concessions are also available. The building is also available for private parties, weddings, dances, etc.
Find out why Glenns Ferry is the international hot spot for equine dentists and is home to the forefather of equine dentistry. Come visit World Wide Equine’s unique horse dental instrument museum, which houses what is probably the largest collection of antique horse dental instruments in the world. Also housed in the museum are an authentic veterinary wagon and a reproduction of a stagecoach along with other unique and odd horse-related items.
Located on the south side of the street at 91 W. 1st Avenue in the old Shrum Chevrolet Dealership building. Open Monday through
Friday 7am-5pm. And because the museum was created out a love for the profession, admission is always FREE.