The James Castle House is a historic site and museum serving as a testimony to the legacy of self-taught artist James Castle. As stewards of this legacy, the James Castle House is responsible for managing Castle’s historic living and working spaces, art and artifact collections and offering public opportunities to engage with the site.
The James Castle House is free and open to the public Thursdays-Saturdays, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
A gallery tour hosted by James Castle House staff will occur at 1 p.m. during these open hours. No reservation is required.
A Self-Guided Video Tour, delivered in American Sign Language and spoken English, is available onsite.
The James Castle House will be closed on the following dates:
- December 24, 2022
- December 31, 2022
- January 5-7, 2023
Face masks in City of Boise facilities, including the James Castle House, are optional for staff and visitors.
The James Castle House resides on the ancestral, cultural, traditional, and unceded territory of the Shoshone, Bannock, and Northern Paiute people.
5015 Eugene Street
Boise, Idaho 83703
PO Box 500
Boise, Idaho 83702
Located off State Street in the Collister Neighborhood at 5015 Eugene Street, Boise, Idaho 83703