Boise, Idaho, USA. Come and take a virtual free visit of the “Cyrus Jacobs Uberuraga House,” the historic building where the Basque Museum in Boise began. The Museum was founded in 1985, in this building, the oldest brick home in Boise, constructed in 1864, which served from 1910-1969 as a boarding house for Basque emigrants. Take yourself back in time considering that Boise was founded in 1863-64, and that Idaho would not become a state until 1890.
The virtual visits are available in English, Euskera, Spanish and French and among them, besides visiting the Cyrus Jacobs Uberuaga House, you can travel down a part of Grove Street and the Basque Block, the area surrounding the Cyrus Jacobs Uberuaga House, as well as the old fronton from the Anduiza Basque Hotel, and the Basque bowling alley at the ostatua, all of this before entering the house and visiting it room by room.