The Syracuse Museum & Cultural Center has many beautiful murals that depict the timeline of Syracuse from 1862 to the early 1940's. Who was Chief Wanship, Jim Bridger, or Captain John Fremont? Does the Farm and Home Museum (located right next door) have a real, two-headed calf? Where does bacon come from? What is inside a peach, a pear, or an apple? Was Syracuse the largest producer of fruit in Davis County in the early 1900's? The Farm & Home Museum is a great place to teach your children about where their food comes from and some other interesting historical facts about our city. If you like fire trucks, come and see the very first one that the city purchased. It's still shiny and red after all these years! Our museum features many collections: thimbles, coins, dolls, cameras, buttons, and many more, available for your enjoyment. We are still accepting artifacts and heirloom donations.
Farmer's Market: The farmer's market has been moved to the parking lot of R.C. Willey (1693 West 2700 South Syracuse, UT 84075).
1891 West 1700 South, Syracuse, Utah 84075
Hours of Operation
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Other times are available by appointment. Please call to schedule other times and large group tours at
Please call the museum if you are interested. (801)825-3633
Rentmeister Book Collection Catalog: This catalog details the rare and historic book collection donated to the museum by the Rentmeister family. The book collection is available to peruse during hours of operation or by appointment.
Are you planning your family reunion? Call the Museum for help with your family's history (801) 825-3633.
Learn more about the history of Syracuse by clicking on the link above.