Tabernacle Information

The Story of Mining in Wasatch County

The exhibit shows history of mining in Wasatch County through the perspective of the miner. The exhibit tells the story using artifacts, drawing, photography, graphics, and written narration.

Location: 2nd Floor, Heber City Tabernacle


Exhibit - Pioneer Portraits, Clothing and more

Throughout the two stories of the Heber City Tabernacle, display cases along the walls and hallways illustrate the life of Utah pioneers. The tabernacle houses a portrait of the city's namesake, Elder Heber C. Kimball, early Mormon church leader. The exhibit also contains a large cart and statues depicting early pioneers. samples of the exhibit are shown below.



Tabernacle Hours

Heber City Offices

     Monday - Thursday
     9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Museum Executive Committee

  • Kathryn Berg, Chair 654-0164
  • Lavon Provost, 654-0680
  • Di Ann Turner, 654-2868
  • Kathleen Kendall,


Museum Board Members

  • Di Ann Turner, Wasatch Company President
  • Kathy Tingey, Docent Coordinator

Our Purpose

Daughters of the Utah Pioneers was organized solely for historical, educational, and public purposes and is completely non-political and non-sectarian. We are dedicated to honoring the names and achievements of the men, women, and children who founded Utah.


We seek to encompass a broad scope of services, ranging from the preservation of historic landmarks to the education of thousands of school children and adults about their pioneer forebears.

Wasatch County Chapter

188 S Main Street

Heber City, Utah  84032

Tel. (435) 654-2868

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