The Donner-Reed Museum showcases artifacts and memorabilia from the ill-fated Donner-Reed Party and local pioneers, Native Americans, and Mormon Battalion, offering a glimpse into the history of Tooele Valley and J. Reuben Clark's life.
Discover the rich history of the Tooele Valley at the Donner-Reed Museum in Grantsville. Built from an old pioneer schoolhouse, the museum showcases artifacts from the ill-fated Donner-Reed Party, local pioneers, Native Americans and the Mormon Battalion, as well as memorabilia from former LDS apostle J. Reuben Clark. Explore wagons, a cabin, jail and blacksmith shop from the early white settlers and immerse yourself in the story of the pioneers who braved the journey to California. Book your free guided tour today by calling (435) 884-3767 or Grantsville City Hall at (435) 884-3411.