Chieftain Museum



Our amazing Chieftain Museum welcomes all groups, families and individuals to enjoy the many displays that are housed in the former elementary school. This historic structure was built in 1903 and served as a school for the community until the early 1980’s. The museum’s founders Donna Bott and Florence Lamb, with the support of the community, accomplished their goal to turn the building into a museum, which was dedicated in 1990.

2021 Open Tour dates will be announced in March


100 West 100 South, Santaquin, UT 84655

New! Museum in 3D Event

Enjoy our fun 3D slideshow that highlights different areas in the museum. It can
be viewed on 3D glasses and snacks will be provided by the city.
The 3D Pack can be picked up at the Rec Office. The 3D Pack will include: three
pairs of 3D glasses, popcorn, and candy for your family. No cost!
Age group: All ages January 1-31, 2021
Pick up from 10 am -5:30 pm at Santaquin Recreation Office-190 S 400 W
(While supplies last)

Please check Facebook, Instagram the city website for more information

Rooms & Displays include:

-School Room

-Military Room


-End of the Journey Room

-Country Store

-Country Kitchen

-Town Room

-Native American Room



-Mining Room

-Blacksmith Shop

*Visitors have access to our many scrapbooks
and histories. 

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Year round tours can be scheduled by appointment.

Admission is Free!

-Call Annette: 801.362.3960 or 801.754.3910

-Call or email Katie:  801.609.8329 or

Click here for directions to the museum


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Santaquin Chieftain Museum
100 West 100 South
Santaquin, Utah 84655

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