Did you know that the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) employed young unmarried men in the late 1930s to perform manual labor jobs related to the development of rural areas? Hyrum benefitted from this program in many ways including the beautiful rockwork on the south side of Main Street from 300 East to 200 East and 100 West to 200 West. We invite anyone interested in learning more—including the location of hidden designs in the rockwork—to join us for our guided tours of Historic Hyrum on Saturday, September 7th.The riding tours will leave from the museum at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm. Sign-up at the museum (or call/email) to secure your spot on this engaging riding tour.
Our March Back-in-Time is all about flowers and spring. Learn about plants that are native to Utah and plant your own Hollyhock flowers!