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Miss Mary's Historical Museum

Miss Mary's Historical Museum

Miss Mary’s is a historical museum located at 204 S 100 E, Salina, Utah, 84654.  It is a historical museum that protrays the early settlers of Salina and the surrounding communities of Redmond and Aurora.  The building itself is historical, having been built in 1884 as a Presbyterian Church and later used as a school.  It is a certified Utah Museum with artifacts, pictures,. and histories depicting the early settlers.  The collection inclues early settlers and their everyday home and family life.  Ii includes histories of  industries, agriculture, business, cultural events, professions, schools, etc.  The focus is from 1865 until approcimately 1946. It is a very interesting and educational experience.


Miss Mary's Historical Museum

204 S 100 E, Salina, UT 84654


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Accessibility Information

Lower floor is wheelchair accessible with photo book of the upstairs displays.


Parking on the street or behind the musuem


May 2, 2018 through October 31, 2018 from 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridays. Open by appointment any other time by calling 435-529-4108 or 435-529-3673



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  1. Museum currently not open due to the pandemic. Opening is still pending for public viewing as of July 14, 2020.


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