175 South Main Street
Springville, UT 84663
March through Early November
Wednesday, Friday - Saturday1 PM - 4 PM
Open by private appointment during off-hours.
Free. Donations Accepted.
Gift Shop
Group Tours
Sandy Allison, Museum Director


Museum of artifacts, photographs and histories of early Springville, Utah pioneers who lived there from 1850-1900.

In 1920, women in the area realized the importance of preserving our community’s heritage. They began gathering artifacts, histories, photographs and documents of the area. Those interested in learning about the heritage of the area are invited to visit us at the old Carnegie Library on Main Street in Springville, where you can do personal research, and enjoy hands on activities and games with the family.

Artifacts Collections

There are so many wonderful artifacts in our collection at the Pioneer Museum, all of which have been graciously donated by families of the pioneers that settled Utah. To make these collections more accessible to the public, we will be spotlighting various items periodically. Please enjoy the wonderful history we have been left.

Early pioneer relics of all kinds, including textiles, farm tools, kitchenware, furniture, etc.

Educational Programs

We have been blessed with a rich history in the Springville / Mapleton area and to celebrate that, we would like to spotlight various pioneers who settled this area prior to 1869. Please come visit us to learn more about these pioneers or to research your own pioneer heritage.

Tours for school groups, etc. offered by appointment


The Museum is run by volunteers. It is maintained with the Springville-Mapleton Daughters of the Pioneers Company.


Access: General Public

Appointment required: No


We are a historical building that has yet to be made accessible.


Custom Designed Tours

We enjoy hosting groups of Scouts, youth, family reunions, family history researchers, etc. Please let us know what your needs and interests are and we will tailor a tour to suit just you.

Gift Shop Local Treasures

include such favorites as copies of pioneer histories or other items, photograph orders, and handmade gifts and pioneer bonnets.

Gift Shop

Group Tours