Zion History & Museums: Hurricane Valley Heritage Park Museum

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Hurricane Valley Heritage Park Museum

Visitors come to the Hurricane Valley Museum and Bradshaw House/Hotel to learn about Hurricane’s rich history. Exhibits detail the city’s history and include period artwork and artifacts.

  • Admission to both museums is free.
  • The Museums detail the area’s history, including period artwork and artifacts.
  • The must-see attraction is a historic wedding cake dating back to 1907.

Overview

The Hurricane Valley Museum is a small museum detailing the history of Hurricane, as well as the pioneers that built the town. Maintained by the Hurricane Park Heritage Association, the museum highlights include period artwork, artifacts, and a historic wedding cake dating back to 1907.

While in the area, take time to visit the Bradshaw House/Hotel, also operated by the Hurricane Park Heritage Association. As the oldest permanent home in Hurricane, the house provides a unique window into the town’s history. Over the years the structure has been used as a home, Sunday school, boarding house, and hotel. Today, the house serves as a museum, with exhibits detailing the history of the house and its residents.

Location/Directions

The museums are located approximately 45 miles west of Zion National Park in Hurricane.

Contact Information

  • Hurricane Valley Heritage Museum
    35 West State Street
    Hurricane, UT 84737
  • Bradshaw House/Hotel
    85 West State Street
    Hurricane, UT 84737
  • Phone: 435-635-3245

Hours/Seasons

Both museums are open Monday through Saturday, 9am – 5pm.

Fees/Cost

Both museum are open to visitors free of charge. Donations are accepted.

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