The Draper Historical Society was organized to protect and preserve the history of Draper. This volunteer organization gathers and protects historical documents, pictures, artifacts and personal stories. The members encourage the study of Draper History by establishing a public museum, art gallery, library and archives. The museum is open to the public so that they can learn about the history of Draper.
This local museum is maintained by volunteers who have collected hundreds of items from Draper's past. The museum features items such as pioneer artifacts, dolls and lace, farming equipment, eggs production items, sports memorabilia, and World War I memorabilia.
Contact the Museum
1054 Pioneer Road Draper, UT 84020 801-495-3476
The museum has reopened, effective April 19, 2021 and operates from 8 AM to 5 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays. For more information about the museum, please visit the Draper Historical Society website.