Historic Photo Exhibit
Rozann Stuckey brings her collection of photos of Millard County
and the surrounding area as it looked in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Take a look at slices of life just after the railroad came to and through Utah bringing growth and change. Copies are available at modest
prices (donations) for your family history,
business or home display.
"What's YOUR Story?"
Beverly Veale and friends will be providing a fun-filled journey
into your family history to help you identify people and places that are part of your own personal story. They will have computers to help
you meet and get to know some of your ancestors -- the people whose lives, struggles and triumphs have made you who you are.
Tours of the Territorial Statehouse
9am - 5pm Mon-Sat.
$2 per person/$1 seniors 62+
Territorial Statehouse in Fillmore is Utah’s oldest existing governmental building. In anticipation of Utah’s statehood, early pioneer Brigham Young directed construction of the building as the state’s capitol. Only the south wing was ever completed. The existing portion was finished in time for the December 1855 meeting of the Territorial Legislature, which was the
only full session held in the old statehouse. In December 1858,
the seat of government was returned to Salt Lake City.
Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum offers a museum store and auditorium. Also, an All-American Rose Society Garden and picnic areas adjoin the museum. Two restored pioneer cabins and an 1867 stone schoolhouse are also located on the grounds. Camping
and lodging facilities are located nearby.