Field Trips

Want to see things for yourself? Here is a guide to standing right where history happened in Cedar Hills. While we do encourage you to explore our city, we also remind you to obey all laws and traffic signals, and remember that majority of the locations on this guide are private property. Please do not trespass or bother residents.

Grouped by Location
If you want to see things as efficiently as possible, no matter the chronological order, we recommend this guide. You will want both of these print outs for your field trip, plus the book. The Field Trip Map is to make traveling easier, while the Field Trip Guide is for getting the locations exact. It also provides page references in the book for the events and buildings that once existed (or still exist) on those locations.
Field Trip Guide, by Location
Field Trip Guide by Location, Map

Grouped by Time Period
If you want to see things, but only for certain time periods, we recommend this guide. You will want both of these print outs for your field trip, plus the book. The Field Trip Map is to make traveling easier, while the Field Trip Guide is for getting the locations exact. It also provides page references in the book for the events and buildings that once existed (or still exist) on those locations.
Field Trip Guide, by Time Period  [Coming Soon!]
Field Trip Map, by Time Period   [Coming Soon!]

Field Trips outside Cedar Hills
These museums are also great to explore the history of our land and the people that came here. Be aware that most have entrance fees.
Natural History Museum of Utah
Museum of Ancient Life (at Thanksgiving Point)
Hutchings Museum (in Lehi)
Timpanogos Cave National Monument
Uinta Indian Reservation
This is the Place Heritage Park
Golden Spike National Historic Site
Pleasant Grove Old Bell School

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