Old Bountiful Museum

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The building has served several purposes in its long history, but has been abandoned. As well as housing a great number of discarded artifacts, visitors have reported sightings of shadowy figures roaming the top and bottom floors of the abandoned museum. An eerie presence is also felt in the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

675 East Eaglewood Drive
Bountiful, UT
United States

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40.84921126952062, -111.89408764243126
Davis County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
North Salt Lake, UT (0.7 mi.)
Woods Cross, UT (1.6 mi.)
Bountiful, UT (2.9 mi.)
West Bountiful, UT (3.1 mi.)
Centerville, UT (4.9 mi.)
Salt Lake City, UT (6.1 mi.)
South Salt Lake, UT (9.0 mi.)
Farmington, UT (9.1 mi.)
Willard, UT (10.3 mi.)
Canyon Rim, UT (10.6 mi.)


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  1. This is the Wood Family Museum and is private property. I doubt the family will allow anyone inside since the building is in horrible shape and not safe. I was told by the family member that the museum as some great artifacts including a some of the death masks from Joseph and Hyrum Smith. The Woods were some of Bountiful’s original settlers.

    • This is accurate. I’ve been in the museum a couple of times and on short tours as I’m distantly related to the owners. Nothing creepy here, just many artifacts many of which are related to the history of the the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

  2. I can walk here literally I’ve written the home owners a letter asking them for permission and put my email in. If they let me in I’ll put pictures here

  3. I went inside with 2 or 3 friends when I was about 12 years old. I remember taxidermies animals being everywhere, along with lots of other stuff that seemed “boring” at the time. I’d love to go back inside and experience it with my more informed brain!

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