Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum
The DUP is an international organization headquartered in Salt Lake City. Pleasant Grove's DUP organization consistes of 7 camps in the Pleasant Grove area. Each camp is overseen by a company. Each camp has 15 to 30 members qualifying as a current member by being a descendent of a pioneer that came into Utah before 1869. Each camp meets monthly from September through May. The company meets three times during the year.
The Utah Timp Valley Company President is: Glenna Smith (801) 899-2074. She may be contacted by anyone interested in joining a camp in their area. These camps are responsible for the maintenance, tours and the running of our local DUP museaum at 55 South 100 East (across from the city offices).
The museum is open all summer months every Thursday and Saturday 1 p.m to 5 p.m. It is also open during Strawberry Days and the City’s Heritage Festival. Special group or family tours may be arranged by calling Marjorie Darlington 801-400-5708 or Dixie Carpenter (801) 785-4053.
New to the museum this past year is the finishing and furnishing of the trappers cabin on the grounds. Thanks to all those who help support and preserve this building and its artifacts. Come and enjoy learning about and seeing the origins of Pleasant Grove through many artifacts and information about our great city.