Do you feel the chill in the air?
It means that winter is almost here. Winter brings many things to look forward to... hot cider, warm fireplaces and hearths, and time spent with friends. But sadly the approach of winter means that the Heritage House is going back to its winter schedule. Please refer to the 'Plan Your Visit' page for the schedule of hours and upcoming events.
For the generations of children that grew up in what is now the Kanab Heritage House, it was a fun and busy time. After chores were done, the young ones would spend the sunny afternoons making and playing with Hollyhock dolls. Here is an instructional video on how to make them. The next time you come to the Heritage House and they are in bloom, feel free to make some for yourself!
Blooms are bursting forth all over southern Utah. We would like to invite you to visit the small garden and grounds at the Heritage House. You are also welcome to bring a lunch and relax at our picnic area. Isn't it time you stopped to smell the roses?
The Kanab Heritage House was commissioned to be built in 1894 by Henry and Mary Bowman.
Since that time, in it's one hundred & twenty three year history, it served as a home to three
prominent Kanab families before being preserved as a historical museum. As you take a guided
tour through the Heritage House you will become acquainted with the families that lived and
breathed here. You will learn about the men that worked hard to support their families, about
the women that loved and cared for their children and about the children that filled the house