Pioneer Museum & Village

Experience the life of Utah Pioneers and you walk back in time to the early days of Provo. Conveniently located next to Provo’s North Park, the Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum and Sons of Utah Pioneers Village help to preserve life in Provo as it would have been in the mid to late 1800’s. The Village is operated by Sons of Utah Pioneers, while the Museum is run by Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, both work in association with Provo City.

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Pioneer Museum

The Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum holds numerous displays of Utah Pioneer furniture, clothing, tools, guns, clothing, toys and other items used by Utah Pioneers prior to 1900. Highlights include home décor items, dolls, a quilt display, and numerous art prints and photographs.

Hours of operation

April to October

Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday: 1PM – 4PM

Special arrangements can be made for group tours by calling (801) 852-6609

Cost: Free, donations are welcome

 Phone: (801) 434-4364 OR (801) 852-6609

Email:   info@isdup.org


 
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Pioneer Village

The Sons of Utah Pioneers Village offers visitors a unique experience of what it would have been like to be a Pioneer settler in early Provo, existing in isolation where their survival was dependent upon their own skills and neighborly support. Visitors learn how Pioneers ate, dressed, and created. The Pioneer Village contains many original house and structures, as well as artifacts and tools.

Hours of Operation

April to October

Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday: 1PM – 4PM

Special arrangements can be made for group tours by
calling (801) 852-6609               

Cost: Free, donations are welcome

Phone: (801) 434-4364 OR (801) 852-6609

Email:   info@isdup.org


 

How to get there

Parking

Parking for the Provo Pioneer Village and Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum is located between the Museum and Village on 500 West, or in the Provo Recreation Center Parking Lot (2 Minute Walk).

Address

560 North 500 West Provo, Utah 84601

 


 

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