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Hemingway Historic Places

Hemingway Historic Places
Main St.
Ketchum, Idaho 83340
Category: Attractions
Ernest Hemingway came to Idaho in 1939 at the invitation of Sun Valley Resort. He stayed in room 206 at the Sun Valley Lodge where he wrote "For Whom the Bell Tolls." He took long walks in the Eagle Creek area and socialized at Trail Creek Cabin, The Ram, Christiania and the Casino. View the Hemingway Memorial along Trail Creek Road, visit the Community Library's Regional History Department, and of course, the Ketchum/Sun Valley Ski and Heritage Museum.
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