Archaeology, Church, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park
Parowan's historic "Crown Jewel", the rock church stands in the center of town square. Construction of the Rock Church began in 1863 and the work was completed in 1867. The Rock Church balcony was designed after the Salt Lake City Tabernacle. Over the years, the rock church has been used as a place of worship, town council hall, school building, social hall, and a tourist camp. The Rock Church was restored in the 1940's. Location: Town square between Center and 100 South on Main Street.
Archaeology, Natural History, Science
The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum is an accredited museum exhibit facility with full-skeletal mounts of dinosaurs and Ice Age creatures, as well as baskets, pottery and clay figurines, a rotating exhibit gallery, classroom and children's exploration area. This institution is state and federal repository complete with Observation Labs where the public can view the curation and preparation processes and speak to the preparators in a one on one setting.