328 East 200 South
Vernal, UT 84078
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Uintah County Western Heritage Museum features displays of the pioneers, Native American Indians, miners, soldiers and lawmen who helped shape the history of the Uinta Basin area.
Rare Fremond and Ute Indian Artifacts
Historic Rifle Colleciton
Fossils and Rocks
Country Store Exhibit
One Room School House Exhibit
Barber Shop Exhibit
1880 to 1930 Hats & Clothing
Kitchen, Parlor & Bedroom Exhibit
Blacksmith Shop Exhibit
Saddles & Harnesses Exhibit
Unique Gilsonite Exhibit
Uintah County Sheriffs Picture Gallery - 1880 to present
Women of Courage (Uinta Basin) Picture Gallery - featuring the first woman doctor, lawyer, dentist, undertaker, newspaper editor, business woman, teacher, homesteader, cattle rustler, etc.
Outdoor Museum Exhibit Area of Horse Drawn Wagons & Farm Equipment
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