Anyone interested in learning about Utah and her people will enjoy a visit to the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts. Located in a 150 year-old pioneer-era farmhouse in the middle of Salt Lake's Liberty Park, the museum is filled with objects created during the last twenty-five years by folk artists from cultural communities throughout the state. Native American baskets and beadwork, whittling and woodcarving, rag rugs and needlework, saddles and horse gear made from rawhide and horsehair and a variety of ethnic arts are featured - - all from the State Folk Arts Collection administered by the Utah Arts Council.
Hours: Summer (Memorial Day-Labor Day): Monday -Thursday 12:00pm-5:00pm, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2:00pm-7:00pm; Spring and Fall: Saturday and Sunday 12:00-5:00pm; Price: Free
Contact: Carol Edison
Event Hours: Spring & Fall: Sat/Sun; Summer: Daily
Location: Liberty Park, Salt Lake City
Address: middle of Liberty Park; 1100 South 600 East, Salt Lake City
Web Site: utahfolkarts.orgAccessible to those with disabilities