Street Address
50 West Capitol Avenue
Fillmore, UT 84631
Mailing Address
50 West Capitol Avenue
Fillmore, UT 84631
Monday - Saturday9 AM - 5 PM
Closed Sunday, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years day.
$2.00 Adults
$1.00 ages 6 to 11
$1.00 Senior 62 and older and a resident of the State of Utah
Gift Shop
Special Event Rental
Shauna Johnson, Park Ranger Aide


Today the Statehouse reveals Utah pioneer culture and history, through artifacts, histories, photographs, and educational programs. Two pioneer log cabins and the 1867 Rock School House are also located on the grounds, as well as shady picnic areas.

Gift Shop

Large selection of early Utah history, Native American,and Mountain Men. Children's books cookbooks, and Utah travel and recreation guides, as well as gifts and toys that depict early Utah History.

Family Reunion

Hold your family reunion at Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum.

Special Events

Consider hosting your event at a state park or museum - a triathlon, fishing tournament, corporate function or family gathering. Our special event application and approval process will help you plan and host your event. Park managers are prepared to assist you with the process. There is a $10 application fee, and permit fees vary by park and event. Download the forms and send your completed application by fax or mail.


To preserve the history of the people of Millard County through educational activities, and preservation of historical information and artifacts.


In 1851, newly-appointed Governor Brigham Young and a delegation of lawmakers selected a site for the capitol of the Utah Territory. The new capitol city and county were named in honor of President Millard Fillmore. Construction on the south wing of the Statehouse began in 1852. Original plans called for three levels and four wings, connected by a Moorish dome at the center. Today's red sandstone building is the south wing of the proposted structure, whish was never fully constructed. The December 1855 legislature was the only full session held in the Statehouse, and in 1858, the seat of government was returned to Salt Lake.

Artifacts Collections

Artifact collections at Territorial Statehouse reflect the stories of Utah's Mormon pioneer past. Furniture, textiles, ceramics, tools and a large collection of photgraphs of Millard County pioneers are exhibited throughout the site.

Research Collections

Copies of old photographs and biographical sketches of many original settlers are available. Call for pricing. Also available in our library are family and local histories of the area.

Educational Programs

We can do school groups, adult tours, and also have Youth camps in the summer months where teens can experience pioneer skill and activities. We also do an overnight scout camp for Boys Scouts and their leaders to receive the "Citizenship in The Nation" Merit Badge.



Lecture Halls

Performance Areas


Utah State Parks and Recreation


Access: General Public

Appointment required: No


Wheelchair Accessible


Gift Shop

Special Event Rental