Spring City

Spring City Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum

 


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Spring City
Daughters of Utah
Pioneers Museum
50 North Main Street
Spring City, UT 84662

Museum website

Entertainment Tonight Spring City Style

Renovations to Spring City’s historic Victory Hall turned up a variety of objects from beneath the floorboards, from ticket stubs and candy wrappers to game pieces and lantern slides. Entertainment Tonight brings together a selection of these objects to reveal the building’s former role as the center of social life in the small community. The Lyceum Theater, built in 1915 and renamed Victory Hall following World War I, staged plays, showed silent movies, and hosted roller-skating during its 63 years of operation. 

See the Entertainment Tonight research binder by clicking here. (PDF)

See the Entertainment Tonight exhibit self-guide by clicking here. (PDF)

See the Entertainment Tonight interpretive plan by clicking here. (PDF)

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"The instruction has been informative, fun, and motivating. The MII program has inspired us to do better and has helped us to look at our museum in an entirely different light."

—Lana Gardner and Kaye Watson, Spring City DUP Museum