If you want to see some old pioneer homes and antiques, and learn some history, this is a good place to learn.
They offer activities and tours of various restored homes and explain how people lived in the 1800's.
There is a charge to visit and if it's not something you want to pay for, just go visit a free historical site.
PROS: Interesting tours and activities
CONS: It's not free
This is the Place Heritage Park is a nice weekend outing for a family, and there is a lot to see and do. The view is amazing. There is a replicated pioneer village, complete with costumes from the period, and a farm. There is also a Mormon Handicraft store on the premises with all sorts of unique, handmade craft items. It's a great place to look for unique gifts. Visiting the park and the store are free. There is an admission to visit the pioneer village, and it can be pricey if you are taking your family. It is neat to see, but I'd probably skip it - you can see plenty of similar things for free in Utah!
We took our kids, ages 7-13, to ?Little Haunts? at ?This is the Place Heritage Park.? The experience was wonderful for the entire family. The kids enjoyed the petting zoo, pony rides, train ride, making corn-husk dolls, and the nostalgic atmosphere. We could see making it a family tradition. The only thing that I felt could have been improved upon is that, I think, several people came with their trick-or-treat bags, and there weren?t very many treats. Otherwise, though, it was a very fun and memorable experience. The family fun makes up for the lack of treats. I highly recommend it to anyone with kids.
Pros: Clean, lots of fun
Went for the Christmas pagent and had the food at the hotel. It was cheap, but barely horrible