Step back in time at This Is The Place Heritage Park! Get a glimpse at how people used to live in the past and see the West as it was in the early settlement of Utah. If treasure hunting was on your bucket list, then you're about to scratch that one out. There is no time to rest here and fun time is all day long.
Try your skills at milking Clara Bell, the cow, search for hidden gold under the shady oaks and discover the story of mining in Utah through hands-on experiences. You can set sail on the Ship Brooklyn and learn more about the story of the pioneers who sailed from New York Harbor in search of a new home in the wild, wild west.
The history lesson continues as you get the chance to visit the Native American Village and learn how to make an arrowhead necklace. To continue the list of activities, at This Is The Place Heritage Park you can exercise your horseback riding skills while. Tip: pretend you're in a Western movie to make it more exciting.
Admission fees depend on age and day of the week: $12.92 for adults, $10.95 for seniors and $8.95 for children from Monday to Saturday. Prices are lower on Sundays and children under the age of two enjoy free entrance. Planning to bring Fido with you? Then you should know that, even though this place is the home to many animals, dogs are not allowed inside The Park.
This ground rule was set to ensure the safety of your pet and the safety of the animals in the park. However, you can play with your furry friend on the premises outside the park, as there is enough room for Fido to run and get friendly with other dogs. What are you waiting for? Come and discover this amazing place filled with history!