June 14 - July

Historic Provo Tours

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In celebration of Provo’s rich history and tradition, the Provo City Landmarks Commission has joined with the Utah Division of State History, the National Parks Service, and the Freedom Festival to produce a self-guided sidewalk tour of buildings and homes listed on the Local and National Historic Registers.
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Self-guided tours

To participate in the self-guided tour, pick up a complimentary Historic Provo guidebook between June 1 and July 5 at the Provo City Center Office of Community Development (330 West 100 South).


A PDF of the guidebook is available for download below. The guidebooks contain a brief history of Provo, the development of its historic architecture, and photographs and descriptions of many historic buildings in Provo. Additionally, a free app has been developed so you may experience Downtown Provo through an interactive walking tour of 20 historic sites with audio narration, histories, and a wonderful before and after photo feature. The tour is available on the AppStore and on Google Play.


Click here to download the booklet: Historic Provo Booklet

Interior Tours

A free open house of the interiors of several significant historic homes in the Dixon neighborhood will be held on Thursday, June 14 and Friday, June 15 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. beginning on both nights on the south side of the historic Dixon Middle School (750 West 200 North, Provo).


Immediately following the interior open house tours on Friday evening a reception and presentation will be held at 7:30 p.m. at Dixon Middle School. Our presenter will be A. LeGrand “Buddy” Richards, Ph.D. who will speak about the history of education in Provo. His talk will be followed by light refreshments.

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