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Historic Sites

Anasazi Historical Site & State Museum
Boulder, Utah

Visit the museum and partially excavated prehistoric Indian village

Bear Lake State Park
Garden City, Utah

The Bear Lake Valley was first inhabited by Shoshoni Tribes, then fur trappers.

Beehive House
Salt Lake City, Utah

The second Salt Lake City home of Brigham Young, the Beehive House is modeled to appear

Brigham Young Winter Home
St. George, Utah

This historic home contains Victorian and early pioneer style furnishings, including or

Camp Floyd/stagecoach Inn State Park Museum
Fairfield, Utah

Camp Floyd / Stagecoach Inn State Park Museum is Utah's link with the Civil War.

Cove Fort
Between Fillmore and Beaver, Utah

The construction of the fort was over-seen by Ira Hinckley.

Echo Church And Museum
Echo, Utah

This 1876 church is now a museum with a photographs collection and docent-led tours.

Fairview Museum Of History And Art
Fairview, Utah

The mammoth was unearthed on the nearby Wasatch Plateau in 1988 while excavating the Hu

Fort Buenaventura
Ogden, Utah

One of the most fascinating periods in Western American folklore is the

Fort Deseret
Delta, Utah

The fort was constructed of adobe mud and straw in only 18 days by 98 men.

Fort Douglas
Fort Douglas, Utah

The 1862 fort was built to protect telegraph and railroad lines from the Indian populat

Gold Hill
Wendover, Utah

The town established in 1892 was named after a gold bearing mountain just east of the t

Golden Spike National Historic Site
Brigham City, Utah

On May 10, 1869, two railroad companies, Union Pacific and Central Pacific, joined 1,77

Great Stone Face
Delta, Utah

When the Mormon Pioneers traveled hundreds of miles by wagon train and handcarts to set

Hill Aerospace Museum
Hill Air Force Base, Utah

Hill Aerospace Museum is located on approximately 30 acres on th

Leeds Ccc Camp
St. George, Utah

These camps were typically built of relatively temporary frame construction, and the su

Mercur Ghost Town
Mercur, Utah

The town first came into being in 1870 as Lewiston, when gold was discovered at

Mountain Meadows Massacre Site
Mountain Meadows, Utah

Amidst threats of war and previous persecution, the Mormons of the Utah territory perce

Natural Bridges National Monument
Lake Powell, Utah

The scenic drive is open year-round.

Nunns Provo Station Power Plant
Provo, Utah

Built in 1897 by Luclen L.

Park City Historical Society & Museum
Park City, Utah

The museum is currently closed.

Simpson Springs
Faust, Utah

Indians used it and early travelers and explorers counted on finding water here.

Sorenson Home
Draper, Utah

The Sorenson home, although having the appearance of a cross-wing style, is actually tw

Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum
Fillmore, Utah

In anticipation of Utah's statehood, Brigham Young directed construction of the buildin

Topaz Relocation Camp
Delta, Utah

War time hysteria caused the relocation of 120,000 Japanese Americans to be relocated t

Uintah County Western Heritage Museum
Vernal, Utah

The museum of Uinta County displays artifacts from the region's history as well as art