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Attractions in Heber Valley

The Heber Valley Railroad may well be the Valley's biggest and most celebrated attraction, but it's far from the only attraction. There are a number of different things to do in the area that have become some of Utah’s most well-known attractions. The Heber Valley features sightseeing, museums, spas, art, entertainment, state parks, and many other world-class activities. If you are looking for the best of Heber City, Midway, and Heber Valley, you have come to the right place.

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Avon Theatre

  • 94 South Main, Heber City
  • Art and Entertainment
  • $, $$
  • 435-654-1181
Map The Avon Theatre was constructed around 1950 and has shown movies off and on since. Beyond showing films, the Avon Theatre also hosts special events.

Cascade Springs

  • Alpine Loop (Hwy 92), Uinta National Forest
  • Adventure
  • Free
  • 801-785-3563
Map These springs cascade down mountain slopes over a series of limestone terraces and pools.

Commemorative Air Force Utah Wing Museum

  • CAF Hangar - Russ McDonald Field, Heber
  • Family Fun
  • Free
  • 435-709-7269

Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum

  • 188 S Main, Heber City
  • Family Fun
  • Free
  • 435-654-3666
Map See pioneer artifacts dating from the 1800s to 1900.

Deer Creek State Park

  • US 189, Heber
  • Adventure
  • $
  • 435-654-0171
Map Deer Creek Reservoir is in the southwest corner of Heber Valley.

Heber City Cemetery

Map The Heber City Cemetery is the burial location for Northern Ute Chief Tabby's son, Tom.

Heber Fort

Fort Heber Monuments -- These redsandstone monuments mark the four corners of the Heber Fort. The markers were erected by the Sons of Utah Pioneers.

Heber Valley Creamery

  • 920 North River Road, Midway
  • Family Fun
  • $
  • 435-654-0291
Map Artisan Cheese and Milk

Heber Valley National Bank

  • 2 South Main, Heber City
  • Family Fun
  • Free
  • 435-654-7400
Map Heber City’s first bank was located in this building in 1904

Heber Valley Railroad

  • 450 South 600 West, Heber City
  • Adventure, Family Fun
  • $$, $$$
  • 435-654-5601
Map One of the most popular attractions in Heber Valley is the historic Heber Valley Railroad. The 16 miles of track between the valley and Vivian Park in Provo Canyon offer access to some of the most spectacular scenery in the state.
Heber Valley Office of Tourism 475 N. Main Street Heber, UT 84032 435-654-3666 | 866-994-3237