32 Potter Street
Fort Douglas, UT 84113
Fort Douglas Museum Website »
The Fort Douglas Museum collects, preserves, and interprets the history of Fort Douglas, the Utah National Guard and militia, and the stories of Utah service veterans. Exhibits include uniforms, weapons, armored vehicles, helicopters, and cannons.
Exhibits include a Gathering of Soldiers from various historical periods; the Utah War, 1857-1858; history of Fort Douglas; artillery, armored vehicles, and helicopters; Okinawa, 1945; the Korean War; and Utahns in the US Navy.
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