This Is The FUN Place for Everyone!
You don’t have to like history to love The Park! There is something for every age to do. Step back in time and see the West as it was in the early settlement of Utah. Ride one of three trains as they tour around the Park. Or enjoy a ride around the pond on the mini train. City kids will love riding ponies, meeting and petting farm animals and don’t forget to try your skill at milking Clara Bell the Cow.
Guests love panning for gold. There is no excitement quite like finding a shiny nugget hiding amongst the silt and sand. “Set sail” on the Ship Brooklyn, a one-sixth replica of the original that tells the story of the expedition of pioneers who sailed from New York Harbor over 24,000 miles in search of a new home in the West.
Visit the Native American Village, which celebrates Utah’s heritage before the arrival of the settlers. Authentic Navajo Hogan’s and Shoshone teepees stand in a quiet circle on the hillside.
Interact with a blacksmith, tinsmith, and saddle maker and don’t forget to purchase some snake oil from Dr. Quackenbush! Try your hand at some old-fashioned pioneer chores, or at spinning and carding wool. The streets are alive with a variety of musical performers, and be on the lookout for a train robbery!
Brand new is the Irrigation Station splash pad! Cool off and learn why the Salt Lake Valley “blossomed as a rose!”
The Gift Shop at the Visitor Center is one of the premier destination shopping experiences in Salt Lake City. And the ZCMI Mercantile is filled with sweets from yesteryear and loads of goodies. Huntsman Grill at the Huntsman Hotel is the place to find great grub, there’s an old fashioned ice cream shop with soft serve and flavor burst cones, and Brigham’s Donuts are cooked fresh everyday!
Visit the Mormon Battalion Museum, The Stoddard Gallery and see the iconic Monument that was erected under the supervision of a committee composed of Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Protestant, Jewish and Latter-day Saint representatives. Visit the Walk of Pioneer Faiths honoring early religious groups and leaders who contributed to the religious diversity of our great community.
Looking for a place to hold your wedding, reception, corporate party or family reunion? Look no further than one of our eight historic venues to create a celebration that can’t be duplicated anywhere else. You only get one opportunity to have the perfect celebration, and our Event Planners will help with every detail so you can concentrate on more important things!
With over 50 historic homes and structures to visit and countless fun activities, This Is The FUN Place for Everyone! Admission to the Park gets you unlimited train rides and all the activities and entertainment for no additional cost!
Visit from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily, with limited programming on Sundays.