The Richard W. Erickson Foundation is a non-profit organization with a museum in Wallsburg, Utah. Home to an extensive collection of classic cars, trucks, and motorcycles, and several large facilities that showcase some of the best preserved antiques that show the way of life for the early settlers in the area. There is a pioneer village, blacksmith shop, print shop, church, general store, and small-scale mining train set up. The private propety is host to the annual TedFest (formerly the Wasatch Mountain Music Festival) and Wasatch Boomerfest music festivals that take place on the outdoor stages. There is also a remote control sky park onsite. Please visit the foundation's website to learn more. Aside from the three large annual events, the buildings housing the antiques and museum items are available for private tours by advance appointment only.