Visiting the Provo Pioneer Village is free! Donations are always welcome.
Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day (the last weekend in May to the first Monday in September)
Monday: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Tuesday: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am -12:00 pm, 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Thursday: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Friday: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Open most of the day for holidays, including Memorial Day, July 4 (Independence Day), July 24 (Pioneer Day), and Labor Day. Check the Calendar of Events page for more information.
For visits outside these hours, special events, private tours, or large groups, please email provopioneervillageSUP@gmail.com or call Steve Nelson at 801-375-9299. Tours last approximately one hour, depending on interest, and are free for individuals and families.. When making an appointment, please provide your requested time and date, the number of people attending and their age group, and your phone number.
September-May (excluding Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day)
During the winter season, visits are by appointment only. Please make an appointment by emailing provopioneervillageSUP@gmail.com or by calling Steve Nelson at 801-375-9299. Tours last approximately one hour, depending on interest, and are always free. School groups, youth groups, and individuals are welcome. When making an appointment, please provide your requested time and date, the number of people attending and their age group, and your phone number.
600 North 500 West
Provo, UT 84601
We are located on the west side of North Park in Provo (500 North 500 West). We are the the gated collection of old buildings to the north of the DUP Pioneer Museum and parking lot and directly west of the water slides. About twenty parking spots are available in the parking lot between the Pioneer Village and the Pioneer Museum. Street parking along most of 500 West is possible; please pay attention to signs. Plenty of parking is located east of North Park at the Provo Recreation Center (320 W 500 N), a two-minute walk from the Pioneer Village.
UTA bus route 850 stops in front of the village, providing direct access to the Frontrunner (light rail) stations in Provo and Lehi.
The parking lot at 500 W 550 N between the DUP Pioneer Museum and Pioneer Village provides several handicap parking spots. There is a sidewalk between the parking lot and the gates of the Pioneer Village.
Provo Pioneer Village doesn’t just look old; it is old; as such, the paths of the Pioneer Village are all gravel or dirt paths, and may be uneven or bumpy. The Carriage House (Blacksmith) and restrooms have level entries and are wheelchair accessible; all other buildings have 1-3 steps at the entrance. Please contact us if you have specific questions about accessibility.