This is the Place Heritage Park
2601 East Sunnyside Ave., Salt Lake City, UT 84108-1453
Price of admission: Adults: $8; Children (3 to 11):$6; Children < 3:Free
Website - 801-582-1847
Hours of Operations: 9a to 5p
Whether you’re watching a craft, petting a farm animal, listening to a fiddler, eating penny candy from Z.C.M.I. or enjoying the fresh foothills air, a visit to the Park is an experience for all of the senses. Immerse yourself in the pioneer adventure!
One of the few real tinsmiths in the U.S. works his craft in Heritage Village. The blacksmith makes items that are used elsewhere in the village while explaining his trade to visitors. A similar working environment is found at the furniture-maker’s shop and the saddlery. See wool being carded and spun into yarn to be colored with dyes made from native plants.
We have puppet shows, rug making, crafts, and pioneer classes at the school. Visit the newspaper print shop, see how butter is churned and taste it on fresh bread, find old-fashioned penny candy at Z.C.M.I., see nearly-lost arts (such as basket making, rug making, needlework or hair weaving) demonstrated, or go on a handcart mini-trek.
Young visitors can help do chores by watering the real garden, beating dirt from rugs hung on the fence rail or scrubbing clothes on a washboard in a large metal tub. They can see and touch domestic animals typical of the era: cows, sheep, goats, chickens, horses and huge oxen – even ride a pony!
This Is The Place Heritage Park – So Much More Than A Monument!
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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