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Flaming Gorge Heritage Museum

The rugged lands of Flaming Gorge have been an area of occupation for thousands of years. In modern times, it was one of the last areas to be settled in the frontier west. Enjoy displays in the Flaming Gorge Heritage Museum that speak to the lives of Native Americans, rugged pioneers and the outlaws that called this beautiful area home.

The Museum is housed in a 1940's Clay Basin schoolhouse, moved to its current location as part of the Utah Centennial in 1996. Other parts of this complex include the old Daggett County Jail and a School Marm's Cabin.

Mid-May through June 2024 we will have a quilt display open to the public.  

On July 27th at 6:30 pm we will have a live music festival of Pioneer songs and country western music in the county park.  Admission is free and there will be a light refreshment.  

PO Box 400
Manila, UT 84046
435-784-3387 (Main)

The Museum will open for the season on May 16th.  Hours will be 11 am through 4:30 pm Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and any holiday Mondays. 




The Museum is located in Manila, just off UT Hwy 43 between 1st West and 2nd West. The Museum can be reached from Manila Park on 2nd West or from the rear of the County Courthouse on 1st West.


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