The Richard W. Erickson Foundation is an Antique Power Museum with the best display of vintage vehicles & Engines in Utah. Our pioneer village and live demonstrations are fun and interactive and show how people lived in the past. Visit the blacksmith, take a train ride, camp with your ATV’s, or plan your visit around one of our upcoming music festivals or events!
The Foundation’s indoor/outdoor antique Power Museum provides an educational feast for all ages. Located in a rustic setting in the town of Wallsburg, UT, 20 minutes south of Heber City, the Museum’s 24 buildings house an array of antique vehicles including a prized collection of over 150 motorcycles dating back to the 1900’s produced by Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior, Henderson, Pope, The Flying Merkel, Triumph, BSA, Vincent and many others. The Museum’s matchless collection also includes dozens of classic motor vehicles such as Model T and Model A Fords, early flat-head V8’s, roadsters, muscle cars, vintage trucks and much more. Visitors will be treated to over 120 farm tractors including steam and gas-powered models, a belt driven sawmill and other venerable machinery. Also featured is a pioneer village including a church (with a functioning pump organ), log cabins from the 1800’s and historical replicas of small shops and stores. The Museum is in a class by itself and will provide an unforgettable patron experience.