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The Antique & Classic Power Museum

Displaying Rural Early 1900’s Life

The museum is owned and operated by the Richard W. Erickson Foundation, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to preserving part of our American Heritage. 

Early Era Filling Stating

It’s electricity comes from old knob and tube wiring. A technique used in the early 1900’s. 

North Temple Shoe Shop

The shoe shop was moved from 778 W North Temple in Salt Lake and still has the original tools & equipment. 

Motorcycle Building

Steve McQueen’s bike, a 1946 Indian is one of the many on display. 

Domestic Buildings

Early era domestic goods are on display. Building dedicated to the memory of Rita Erickson. 

Pioneer Village

Displays the original equipment once owned & operated by the Salt Times.

Schedule of Events

The Richard W. Erickson Foundation is an Antique Power Museum, a place where one can reminisce about their past.  An educational experience for the whole family. Hundreds of tractors, vintage automobiles, motorcycles and much more. Take a stroll through our pioneer village, visit the blacksmith, maybe ride the train or just sit back and enjoy the music. Plan your visit during our annual Antique Power Show or during one of special events. 

Gates open at 8 am
5 pm close Friday and Saturday
3 pm close on Sunday



Hay Bailing

10:30 am

Saw Mill

11:30 am

Tractor Pulls

3:00 pm

Parade of Power

3:30 pm

Displays on Saturday only. 

Times are subject to change.

Train rides & blacksmithing all three days.

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