The American Fork DUP Museum is the only museum in the city. It is located in at 50 South 100 East, American Fork in the Robinson City Park. There are Pioneer Artifacts and early American Fork objects on display. Three furnished Log Cabins are available to tour. Many printed histories of pioneers together with numerous photographs are available. Self guides are available in English and Spanish. Special exhibits include: a model of the Lake City Fort, the Silk Industry in American Fork, History of the Alpine Stake Tabernacle Centennial. Museum is open June, July and August on Mondays and Fridays between 1-5 pm, Also open on Wednesday Evenings 6-8 pm or by appointment at any time. Call Karen Adams, director, at 801-756-3724 (Museum is closed July 13 -17 because of Steel Days Carnival in the city park) A Special Event is held on Pioneer Day, July 24, 2015 1-5 pm.