The Summit County Courthouse Museum is found in Coalville, where visitors can step into the past and learn about the county history from a perspective other than the prosperous Park City.
- The museum is located in the basement of the 1904 courthouse.
- Learn about the history of the county from the early struggles.
- Get a guided tour of the Coalville Courthouse.
- Stroll down Main Street to see the historic buildings.
- See old baseball equipment from the early days of the game.
Park City certainly has the fashion, glamor, and ritzy flair of a ski town, but Coalville is a place to see the other side of Utah, strongly connected to the roots and history of the state.
The Summit County Courthouse Museum is in the basement of the historic 1903-04 courthouse, with displays of sewing machines, baseball equipment, stoves and artifacts from the early days of Summit County.
In addition to the exhibits, there are guided tours offered of the courthouse as well as a walking tour down Main St. See the Thomas Allen House from the 1880's and the John Boyden House, built in the 1860's and later expanded.
Location & Information
Coalville is located about 30 minutes north of Park City. Heading north on I-80, take Exit 162 towards Coalville. Head towards town, taking a left on Main St. The courthouse will be three blocks up.
Summit County Courthouse Museum
60 North Main
For more information, call (435) 336-3200 or (435) 336-3015.
Hours / Seasons
The museum is open from 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday.
Fees / Costs
Entrance to the museum is free.
The museum is available outside of normal hours by calling (435) 336-3200 or (435) 336-3015 and making arrangements.