Draper Then and Now
Settled by 20 Mormon Pioneers after trekking across the plans, then coming south to Little Willow (Now Draper), those individuals took a remote and barren landscape far different from what they had known, and developed housing farms, irrigation, industry, and ever growing families that left their mark in Draper.
Come meet the people who laid the foundation of Draper City, and see how much progress we have made since.
Our museum houses thousands of artifacts, tools, personal items, period clothing, pictures and a large collection of historical and genealogic information and much more! We invite you, your families, friends, organizations, school classes, and businesses to visit and be enlightened. Drop in for a visit and look, or arrange for a guided tour with a volunteer (by appointment only Monday’s or Wednesdays each week). Call us to schedule yours!
Pictures are of: 12300 south looking east in Draper 1917 and again in 2010.