Beaver County Courthouse Museum
Beaver County is home to numerous historic buildings, museums, and landmarks that document the formation of the city and pioneer efforts. The Courthouse Museum was saved from demolition by The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and is now home to fascinating artifacts and history. The courthouse was built in 1882 and was constructed with jail cells, the courtroom, and other chambers that display 19th century artifacts.
Address: 90 East Center St., Beaver, UT 84713
- The museum is open in the afternoons from Memorial Day to Labor Day, or by appointment.
- The Beaver County Courthouse Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
- Built in 1882, the building displays Late Victorian architectural style.
- Admission to the museum is free and welcome to all ages.
- Most visitors spend roughly 1 hour enjoying the museum.
- The museum is family-friendly.