The Reuseum

The Reuseum


Picked up a Commodore 64 today to go with my Commodore the real fun begins to locate a good working power supply.
We came to the Reuseum and were nicely surprised when Glen offered the 4 children the opportunity to build toothbrush skittering robots. They really enjoyed building them and it was very nice of Glen to invite the kids in to see the area and to build something. I just wanted to let you know that we appreciated it and the kids all had a lot of fun during the visit to the Reuseum!
Checking out STEM education at The Reuseum Reuseum Educational, Inc. & making Super-Bristlebot! Awesome!
Do you accept VHS tapes? I have a bunch of old ones that Iā€™d like to get rid of. They are tv shows and movies recorded from the tv.
Can you drop off dryers?
There's a minor typo in the address on your page. The word Chinden is missing an 'n.' Not my intention to nitpick just trying to help those who can't find the address. Have a stellar evening.

One of a kind shop filled with all manner of vintage scientific, electronic and government surplus.

One of a kind shop filled with vintage scientific, electronic and government surplus. We host community events and strive to provide a facility and service of innovation to the people of the Treasure Valley.

Operating as usual


Hope everyone is able to watch the airshow at Gowen Thunder! If you happen to be down there, feel free to find us at the STEM Expo and say hi!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 08/22/2023

šŸŒŸ Heartfelt Gratitude to Larry H. Miller Auto! šŸ™

We're overjoyed to extend a massive shoutout to the incredible team at Larry H. Miller. Their unwavering support for our community shines brighter than ever! šŸŒž Not only did they generously donate $6500 to advance STEM education in Idaho, but they also rolled up their sleeves and volunteered their time to build captivating bristle bot kits.

This dynamic contribution resonates deeply, promising a brighter future for young minds passionate about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Larry H. Miller Auto's commitment to nurturing curiosity and learning is inspiring, and their involvement will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on aspiring minds.

Let's join hands in expressing our heartfelt appreciation for their remarkable dedication. šŸŒšŸ”¬ Your support, Larry H. Miller Auto, is truly a beacon of positive change in our community!


We want to give a HUGE shoutout and heartfelt thanks to Dixon Container for their incredibly generous donation of paper! šŸ“¦āœØ Their contribution will make a tremendous impact as we prepare to create awesome plane kits for the upcoming Gowen Thunder Airshow!

šŸŒŸ It's community support like this that truly makes a difference. With Dixon Container help, we're gearing up to provide an unforgettable experience for aviation enthusiasts young and old at the airshow. šŸ™ŒšŸ›«

Stay tuned for more updates on the plane kits and our participation in the Gowen Thunder Airshow. We can't wait to see the smiles on the faces of all the aspiring pilots as they put together their very own planes!

Thank you once again to Dixon Container for believing in our mission and supporting hands-on learning opportunities. Let's soar to new heights together! šŸš€šŸ™


Big shout out and a thank you to Idaho Power for Supporting our endeavors in S.T.E.M. for IDAHO. They Donated an astonishing $3700 to help send us to Gowen Field Air National Guard Base for Gowen Thunder Airshow. We will be there the 25th-27th!

For more details about the airshow, please visit and to further support STEM in Idaho please visit us at


Thank you to Mountain West Bank for your support of STEM education in Idaho!


Thank you to Amazon Web Services for helping us today at Reuseum Educational!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 05/20/2023

Join us June, July, and August for the Reuseum Educational, Inc. Summer Camps! Camps are organized into morning and afternoon times, where the morning times will be the Color Camps (Ages 5-12) and the afternoon times will be the Robot Camps (Ages 10+).

The morning camps go from 10 AM to 12 PM and the afternoon camps go from 1 PM to 3 PM. Follow the link below to learn about the camps, to find the dates for each individual camp, to sign up, and more!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 05/06/2023

Check out what Cole made with his 3D printer and parts from the The Reuseum. A working guitar! We think that it is pretty cool. šŸ˜²

Photos from The Reuseum's post 03/30/2023

Join us April 1st for Geek Jewelry! Create your very own Geek Jewelry, from necklaces to bracelets, to crafts, and more! The event will be going on from 11AM to 4PM. It is completely free and open for all ages!

Calendar - Reuseum Educational Incorporated 03/13/2023

Summer is on its way and we're excited to see classes already appearing throughout the calendar! We know that summer is a time for fun and adventure, but it's also a great time to learn something new. The days are filling up fast with a wide range of classes for all ages and interests, from circuits to robotics, experiments to coding.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to improve your skills or try something new. Keep a eye on new classes and reserve spots before its too late!

Calendar - Reuseum Educational Incorporated Get a quick look at past, present, and future classes and workshops


Thank you Mountain West Bank for helping us out with the BristleBot Kits! Mountain West Bank

Photos from SWISH's post 02/02/2023

We had a great time at SheTech!


Calling all teachers and instructors! Are you looking for a unique and engaging way to experience STEM this spring/summer? Look no further than Reuseum Educational! We're excited to announce that our calendar for classes and workshops are filling up fast, so don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Our workshops are designed to provide a hands-on and interactive learning experience for you and your students.

Schedule your class today and give your students a spring/summer of learning and fun!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 01/08/2023

Helping out with Science Fair Projects since 2010!


We are grateful to the community for 2022! Last year we reached over 11,000 kids through our educational workshops and programs, inspiring a love of STEM and hands-on learning. In addition, we were able to reuse and repurpose over 50,000 devices, finding new life for old electronics and promoting sustainable resource use. And finally, we were able to recycle over 250,000 lbs of e-waste, helping to reduce the negative impacts of electronic waste on the environment.

We couldn't have done any of this without the support of our community, and we're grateful for all of your help and encouragement. We're looking forward to continuing our work in 2023 and making an even bigger impact in the world of STEM education and sustainability. Thank you for being a part of our journey!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 12/10/2022

Join us December 22nd and 23rd for an event of robotic proportions! Build, learn, and play with handmade remote controlled robots at the The Reuseum. This is a special open-event where parents and kids are welcome to show up to learn and play with everything robot.

With the activities geared towards the Reuseum Boxy Robot, participants may build their own robot to take home for a cost or simply come down and play with the prebuilt robots ready for the event. Participants may also bring their own robot from home to put through the various activities!

Check out the brochures on this post or the calendar on our website for more information. Feel free to contact us via the contact form on our website for any questions you might have!


Join us for the final Geek Jewelry of the year, December 3rd, from 11AM to 4PM! This free event gives you the opportunity to create all manner of cool and unique trinkets, from necklaces to earrings, bookmarks, charms, ornaments, and more! Don't miss out!


The Reuseum will be closed next week, 24th through the 27th, for the Thanksgiving holiday! We hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 11/08/2022

Make this Thanksgiving a Techsgiving with kits at the Reuseum! Turkinators, spin art, Bristlebots, and more! Stop by today!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 11/01/2022

Don't forget to stop by this Saturday for Geek Jewelry! Free and open to the public, this event brings arts and technology together for an awesome experience, open to all ages!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 10/29/2022

Spooktacular happenings at the Reuseum! Terrifying zombies, chilling Jack-O-Lanterns, and spooky ghosts throughout the store!

Stop by for some last minute parts to add to your Halloween arsenal.

Photos from The Reuseum's post 10/22/2022

We had fun with the Silver Sage Girl Scouts! Well over 200 Super BristleBots! Thanks for having us!


Thank you to The WaterShed for having us out today. We had a blast!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 10/15/2022

Keep your eyes peeled for the Geek Jewelry workshop coming November 5th! Build necklaces, earrings, bookmarks, ornaments, and more out of all manner of electronic knick-knacks!


Need to spice things up for Halloween? Stop by the Reuseum to create your own spooky contraptions!


Thank you to the Lucky Peak for your generous donation. (And the awesome tour!)


Celebrate Labor Day with us by not working, this Monday the 5th!


Stay cool with computers for school!


Join us at the Western Idaho Fair, Friday August 19th! There will be FREE ADMISSION on opening day, from 12 to 2PM, with a donation of a non-perishable food donated towards the Idaho Foodbank.

We will be there thanks to the generous support from Mountain West Bank! We will be there from 12 to 6PM making Bristlebots! Feel free to stop by and say hi!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 07/19/2022

Join us for Geek Jewelry this Saturday, July 23 from 11AM to 4PM. Drop in anytime during those hours and join us, no sign-ups, no cost! It is a FREE Event, open to the public for all ages. Come build necklaces, earrings, bookmarks, charms, ornaments, and more!


The Reuseum will be closed July 2nd through the 5th for the 4th of July Holiday!

We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday!


The Reuseum will be closed Saturday the 28th and Monday the 30th in observance of Memorial Day.


Reuseum Educational will be hosting Geek Jewelry tomorrow from 11AM to 4PM! All ages are welcome and it is completely free!


A special thanks to River Valley Branding, for the wonderful signage, and Nick at Evergreen Sprinklers, for helping with the installation! It wouldn't have been possible without them!

Photos from The Reuseum's post 03/19/2022

We are open for Deconstruction Lab!
FREE to everyone, all ages enjoy taking things apart! Tools provided.
Saturday 11am-2pm.
In 2021 we kept over 308,000lbs of e-waste out of the landfill, we want to do a lot more than that in 2022!


Thank you to Computer Central for your donation!


It is 2022 and Reuseum is back open for the new year!

Thank you!

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3131 W Chinden Boulevard
Garden City, ID

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 6pm
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