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Chieftain Museum Tours
This community supported museum boasts a historic library, blacksmith shop, military room and an old fashioned Main Street area, complete with a dress shop, saloon, police station and doctor’s office.
Come explore the deep roots that have built our community with a tour of the Santaquin Chieftain Museum. The museum is housed inside an old schoolhouse built in 1903 that stands in the heart of the Santaquin community. Exhibits there depict the early pioneer settling of Santaquin as well as other eras of the city’s history. Each room in the museum has a theme. For example, one room contains patriotic memorabilia from Santaquin’s war veterans. Another room has a pioneer handcart and old farmView more
Admission is free. The museum is open to the general public daily during the Santaquin Orchard Days celebration, and for private tours the rest of the year call: Annette 801-754-3910 or Katie
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Here is a well kept secret and true gem found in Santaquin. It is hiding in plain sight! During Santaquin’s Orchard Days Celebration, be sure to take the opportunity to take a look at some of the items that demonstrate the way life was lived 50-100 years ago. It is fun to take a walk through history in the Santaquin Museum, make a donation, and let the person running it know how much you appreciate it! Admission is free. For private tours the rest of the year call: Annette 801-754-3910 or Katie 801-310-0257.
100 West 100 South, Santaquin, UT 84655
Located on 100 West and 100 South