150 South State Street
Mt Pleasant, UT 84647
Mt Pleasant Pioneer Relic Home and Blacksmith Shop Website »
We are a pioneer home. Relics were collected in 1909 just for the purpose of honoring the early pioneers to Mt. Pleasant. The home itself was built and owned by the first mayor and bishop of Mt. Pleasant, William Stewart Seely.
We have artifacts, relics, large framed pictures of the pioneers, histories and more. Adjacent to the home is a working blacksmith shop.
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