We have been working hard behind the scenes to create an experience that is CO-VID 19 compliant and available for our patrons to enjoy again.
-Masks are encouraged for all who attend.
-15-20 feet of social distancing between households will be required during your visit.
-If you have any symptoms of CO-VID 19, the cold or the flu you may not visit .
-Hand sanitizing will be required before and after visiting each animal station. Hand sanitizer will be provided by the AWHC.
The American West Heritage Center (AWHC) is a living history museum located in northern Utah’s Cache Valley at the foot of the Wellsville Mountains. The AWHC was organized in 1995 when two Utah State University programs, the Ronald V. Jensen Historical Farm and the Festival of the American West, merged to form a non-profit foundation. The Foundation’s activities are centered around and focus on the preservation of the living history within our time period of 1820-1920.
The AWHC utilizes its picturesque setting to tell the story of the history of the American West for this time period. This unique story is told at the AWHC through living history and live reenactment venues, school group field trips, summer camps, museum exhibits, live demonstrations, workshops, seasonal festivals and events, student internships, handcart treks and other activities that target a wide variety of visitors.
4025 S. Hwy 89-91, Wellsville, UT 84339
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Parking Lot is directly in front of the Welcome Center.
For pricing, or to learn more about our wedding and reception options, call 435-245-6050 or email: email@example.com
Our memorable facility is nestled beneath the stunning Wellsville Mountains, and our old-fashioned buildings are flexible and inviting. Whether you are considering a Barn Wedding, or a more sophisticated event, we have venues and options that will work for you.