The Richard W. Erickson Foundation keeps history alive in the town of Wallsburg, a small agricultural community historically known as Round Valley nestled in the mountains of the Wasatch Front. Wallsburg is four miles southeast of Deer Creek Reservoir and 30 minutes south of Heber City.
The Foundation’s Antique & Classic Power Museum houses a rare and unique collection of classic and vintage automobiles, over 150 motorcycles, 200 plus tractors dating back to the early nineteen hundreds, and a pioneer village complete with log cabins and a church.
It is a must-see collection rivaling any museums in Park City, Heber, or the Wasatch Front. Today the museum keeps history alive by preserving and displaying examples of mechanical ingenuity associated with life in the early 1900s.
Richard and Rita Erickson started the Foundation in 1999 with a vision to preserve early American history in a way that would provide an educational and recreational experience for the community. The foundation’s museum houses one of the largest collections of antique and classic automobiles, motorcycles, farm implements, steam, and gas tractors along with Americana memorabilia. Plan your visit during the annual Antique and Classic Power Show or one of our crowd-pleasing music festivals. They do private tours by appointment only. The museum is a hidden gem and earns five stars as a premier Utah family activity.
Wallsburg, UT 84082
Richard W. Erickson Antique & Classic Power Museum Admission:
Varies by type of visit
Plan: 1+ hr
Richard W. Erickson Antique & Classic Power Museum Hours:
The museum does not have daily operating hours aside from events, they do take reservations, and tours, and rent out this property as a venue from Memorial Day to September 30. Groups that regularly use the Antique and Classic Power Museum as a venue or experience are school field trips, summer camp field trips, family reunions, live music concerts, wedding parties, drone flying clubs, RCA clubs, High School teams and clubs, University teams and clubs. To schedule your visit simply email Pam:: firstname.lastname@example.org or Russ: email@example.com with the dates and reason you are hoping to secure.