Historic Preservation

Adopting a local preservation ordinance, appointing a preservation commission, and designating historic resources is one of the best ways for Eureka City to protect the historic character of its buildings, neighborhoods, and landmarks from inappropriate alterations, incompatible new construction, as well as outright demolition.  For additional questions about the Historic Preservation Commission, feel free to give us a call.  We will gladly assist you. 
The Tintic Historical Society offers museum tours and information about Eureka and the Tintic Mining District. For more information or if you wish to join feel free to contact any of the Society Members listed below. 
Tintic Historical Society Meetings:
1st Thursday of the month.
Time: 7:00 p.m.  


Museum Hours:

Note: Cellphone service is limited or non-existent in Eureka

To contact us when in town go across the street to our friends at
the Gas Hole Convenience Store and they can call for you

To make an appointment to visit the museum call any of the members listed below.

Contact Info

Tintic Mining Museum
241 W Main

Warren Holman
Tintic Historical Society
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Nick Castleton
Tintic Historical Society
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Lyle Nelson
Tintic Historical Society
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