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Bryner Pioneer Museum
Address: Physical: 68 South 100 East / Mailing: 1289 North 1250 West
Price, Utah 84501
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Short Business Description: Built in Price, Utah circa 1892, The Bryner House is in need of renovation, and we welcome volunteers to help with the work!
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Albert Bryner was the second of three sons of Ulrich and Maria Mathis Bryner. Ulrich gave Albert and his wife Mariah Pace, a plot of land on the corner of 1st South and 1st East on which to build a home. It was completed between 1890 and 1892, whereupon Albert was called on a mission to Germany for the LDS Church. The first floor of the house will be decorated in the 1890’s period, and the second floor will be decorated in the 1920’s to 1950’s era to reflect the history of the people who lived here.

Business Website Address: www.brynermuseum@wordpress.com
Business Phone Number: 435-613-1847
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Carbon County
Address: 751 E 100 N
Price, UT 84501
84501
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Business Website Address: https://www.carbon.utah.gov/
Business Phone Number: 435-636-3224
Carbon County Fairgrounds & Expo Center
Address: 450 South Fairgrounds Way
Price, Utah 84501
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Short Business Description: Centrally located in Utah’s Rural Castle County welcomes the Carbon County’s Event Center. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, we have the place for you. Our facility has the modern look and feel of a big city architecture setting but has the rural ambience and a panoramic view that’s worth seeing.
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Business Website Address: www.carbon.utah.gov
Business Phone Number: 435-636-3214
Address: 96 North Carbon Avenue
Price, UT 84501
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Short Business Description: The Eastern Utah Tourism and History Association (EUTHA) was formed to preserve and promote the outstanding natural, cultural and prehistory of eastern Utah, western Colorado and the intermountain west through education, advocacy and responsible tourism.
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Business Website Address: www.eutha.org
Business Phone Number: 435-630-3699
Helper City
Address: 73 South Main Street
Helper, Utah 84526
Short Business Description: Helper is located approximately 120 miles southeast of Salt Lake City in Carbon County. Known as the “Hub of Carbon County,” and situated seven miles north of Price, the county seat, Helper has always reflected an ethnically diverse population, with southern and eastern European groups rising to positions of prominence within the community.
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Historic.  Recreational. Artistic. Heart.  Discover Helper.  

Helper is located approximately 120 miles southeast of Salt Lake City in Carbon County. Helper has always reflected an ethnically diverse population, with southern and eastern European groups rising to positions of prominence within the community.  With the motto “The Gateway to Castle Country.” The town is bisected by US Hwy 6, which sees over 25,000 vehicles/day and is the scenic route to 7 National Parks. Two hours from the Salt Lake Airport, it’s midway to renowned recreational destination Moab.  It includes the only Amtrak Station between Colorado and Salt Lake City, with easy access for rail travelers.

Helper is transitioning from a coal-based economy to a historic/recreational/artistic tourism base. This objective will supplement a recent $25 million infrastructure improvement and a 50% completed river restoration project for fishing, kayaking, biking and walking.  We intend to foster optimism by establishing a walkable Main Street and river trail, attract more resident artists and create an active, positive community.

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Historic Helper Highlights Some of the featured stops in Historic Helper, Utah are:
• Balance Rock: Look to the north of Main Street to see this geological feature as it stands out among the mountains.
• “Big John”: A high-gloss, black metal, iconic statue that stands over 20 feet tall and commemorates the roots of this historical coal mining community.
• The convenient Amtrak Depot, in the center of town is convenient if you plan to visit by train.
• Western Mining and Railroad Museum: See antique items and more in theme rooms featuring the life as early immigrants in Helper.
• Helper Train Mosaic: Located next to the museum, this local art piece was created by famous artists and children alike.
• Gigliotti Pond: An easily accessible fishing pond, perfect for families needing a break from the road.
• Spring Canyon: See the remains and ruins of the very coal camps that were the foundation for Helper and the surrounding areas. 

Utah’s Christmas Town Festival

Every December, Helper transforms into a dazzling holiday extravaganza. Beginning before Thanksgiving, the town is lit up with Christmas lights and during this time many events are offered. There is a craft fair, chili dinner, silent auction and visits with Santa, to name a few. The Light Parade, held the first weekend in December is a showcase of floats traveling Main Street concluding with a firework show on Saturday night.  Come see why Helper is the state’s designated Christmas Town!

The Helper Outlaw Car Show & Cruise
In June, experience the Helper Outlaw Car Show & Cruise and see a wide variety of custom cars. This event is held annually at the city park which is conveniently located next to a pool and ballpark. See Firebirds, Mustangs, Corvettes, Chevelles and more, all on display in one place highlighting America’s passion for the automobile.

The Helper Arts, Music and Film Festival
On the third weekend in August, The Helper Arts and Music Festival arrives on Main Street with over 65 booths in the arts and crafts marketplace. Some of the best art in the Intermountain West is on display. Visit local artists’ studios and see how Helper inspires them. 

Historic Main Street No visit to Helper would be complete without a stop by the Historical District, which includes Main Street. Here, local restaurants, coffee shops, antique stores, art galleries, and unique buildings all contribute to its charm and character. The beauty of the Main Street comes from the varying ethnic groups which contribute to the culture of Helper.  You can see proudly displayed buildings made by Greek masons, Italian stone work and more as you wander Main Street.  Numerous art galleries line our Main Street with nationally known artists as well as a contingent of up and coming artists.  Many genres are covered including oil painting, sculpture, ceramics and more.  

The Helper Parkway and Spring Canyon Trail   Having a river just one block from our historic Main Street is a true treasure.  For the past several years the River has been gradually returned to a natural state to enhance recreational opportunities such as tubing, fishing, swimming and more.  One block off Main Street, you can stroll the Helper Parkway and take the family for a picnic at the pavilion and a boulder park. If you want to explore the surrounding mountain areas, the Spring Canyon Trail is ideal. Located in the west part of town, the trail follows the abandoned railroad line that served the old coal camps. The Kenilworth-Helper Railroad Trail is on the opposite side of town. Following the abandoned railroad line between Helper and the small mining town of Kenilworth, it is suitable for walking, biking or ATVing. The trail begins at the foot of the mountains in North Helper. You can find information and maps at the Western Mining and Railroad Museum or the Office of Tourism in Price. You can also visit www.castlecountry.com for trails maps and additional information.

Business Website Address: www.helpercity.net
Business Phone Number: 435-472-5391
Helper City Western Mining & Railroad Museum
Address: 294 South Main
Helper, Utah 84526
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The Western Mining and Railroad Museum is located in the small town of Helper, Utah, two hours southeast of Salt Lake City, named so because of the engines required to help the trains climb the steep grades to Soldier Summit. The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad established the town when the railroad came through the area and coal, that was needed to fuel the steam engines, was found. By 1891 the depot, roundhouse and a hotel were built and the town was beginning. As more coal mines were opened it became the railroad center and the “hub” for coal miners and their families from the many mining camps. The camps were full of European and Asian immigrants and some of them came into Helper to build the town. This is the story told by the Western Mining and Railroad Muesum

Business Website Address: www.wmrrm.org
Business Phone Number: 435-472-3009
Redtail Air
Address: 3095 E. Airport Rd.
Price, Utah
84501
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About Redtail

Since 1978 Redtail has flown river rafters, scenic passengers, cargo, charter flights, wildlife surveys, aerial photography, student pilots, pipelines, and back country enthusiasts all over the western states. From a small company based in Green River, Utah, Redtail was purchased and moved it’s base to Moab where it took form in the tourism industry and began to grow. Purchased again in 2001 by Arrow West Aviation from Price, Utah, the new company chose to carry on the Redtail Aviation tradition and expand again with a UPS freight run and the addition of two more Cessna 207’s.

Then, with a fleet of five aircraft and eight pilots, Redtail purchased Slickrock Air Guides in 2011 acquiring four more Cessna 207’s growing the fleet to two Cessna 172s, six Cessna 207s, two Cessna 210s for a grand total of twelve aircraft. It was a huge day in Redtail history that the employees will always look on with fondness for bringing close friends into the family.

In 2012 the first Quest Kodiak joined the fleet. The new rock star of the operation flew onto the ramp and into our hearts. The purchase of a second sealed the places of the Kodiaks at Redtail.

The year 2016 brought new growth and rebranding as Redtail Air Adventures (aka Redtail Aviation) invited many more airplanes and people to join the crew in order to support the expanding operation. And so the tradition continues.

In all of it’s many forms – Flying is what we do.

Business Website Address: https://flyredtail.com/
Business Phone Number: 435-637-9556
Address: 155 E Main Street
Price, Utah 84501
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Short Business Description: The Prehistoric Museum creates understanding and appreciation of natural and cultural processes that formed the geologic, fossil and prehistoric human records found in eastern Utah. We do this through educational and interpretive programs based upon our academic research, preservation programs, authentic exhibits, and the creative efforts of our staff and community.
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Business Website Address: www.usueastern.edu/museum
Business Phone Number: 435-613-5755