Syracuse City Museum

1891 West 1700 South (Antelope Dr.), Syracuse, Utah  84075 

(801) 825-3633

Hours of Operation

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday       2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Please call the museum if you are interested.  (801)825-3633

Other times are available by appointment. Please call to schedule other times and large group tours at (801) 825-3633. Museum also open during the City's Heritage Days parade.

About the Museum

The Syracuse Museum and Cultural Center celebrates and preserves local history of the city of Syracuse and its early citizens.  The main building houses extensive collections of personal belongings that came to Utah in the early pioneer days, Syracuse baseball teams, toys, music, clothing, furniture, and family histories.

The Farm and Home building houses items that show the extensive agricultural past of Syracuse when the town was the largest producer of fruit in Davis County in the early 1900s.  Dairy production is also emphasized and on display is our claim to fame: the two-headed calf.  Also housed in this building is a replica general dry goods store and the town's first fire truck.  The Rentmeister Library of Utah history books is nestled between a blacksmith shop and memorabilia from the local soda shop.

Museum Happenings

The current exhibit focuses on SYRACUSE: Then and Now. Plan to stop by and see the huge difference of life in Syracuse in the 1800s, 1900s and 2000s!

Farmer's Market
The annual Syracuse City Farmers Market is held in the museum parking lot every Summer. There are lots of great vendors, come on over and check it out. More information about the event can be found on their facebook page:

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. 

Family History
Are you planning your family reunion?  Call the Museum for help with your family's history (801) 825-3633.

Click here for an index of family history collections at the museum. 

Learn more about the history of Syracuse by clicking on the link above.