Clark Historic Farm
We love having animals come to the farm for our events, but currently there are no animals living at the farm full-time.
The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum in the basement of the redbrick home houses many artifacts from early Grantsville and surrounding towns.
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Please note: Animals are only at the farm for events. The farm is open for self-guided tours to see the interpretive signage on the buildings, but at this time our volunteers are only available by appointment for guided tours.
We have so many fun activities at the Farm April through December! Check them out on the Events tab.
Wander around the farm and read the interpretive signage on the buildings on your own, or arrange a private tour for yourself or your group. Call at least 24 hours ahead for a free 15 minute tour of the farm or an hour tour of the nearby historic district led by one of our volunteers, including the walking past the site of the old fort, an adobe home, an 1860 school, an 1866 chapel and a pioneer cemetery.
TheDaughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum is located in the basement of the J. Reuben Clark home. The museum is open during all Clark Farm Events, on select Saturday afternoons, and by appointment.
The Donner Reed Museum, about a half block east of the farm, houses artifacts from the fateful journey of the infamous Donner Reed Party. Also see relics from Grantsville's past and an unusual Egyptian mummy foot. Open by appointment.
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