Standing here at Main and Vine streets, you are in the heart of Tooele City’s downtown.  On the northeast corner is the Pioneer Plaza, which includes Old City Hall and Tooele Carnegie library.  These buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Today, the buildings are joined by an annex and form the Tooele Pioneer Museum operated by both the Daughters and Sons of the Utah Pioneers.  You can visit this fantastic museum at various times throughout the year.  Visit the website for current hours and images of their interesting collection.

Along Main Street are mostly newer businesses in older buildings.  Stroll along the as you will and check out the small independently owned businesses and organizations that call downtown home.

Tooele City Hall in the 1980s, City Hall National Register Application
Carnegie Library before 1970s, Utah State Historical Society Digital Collection
Main Street, Utah Power & Light Company; Tooele Drug Company; Fraternal Hall; I. G. A. Stores; Sevin’s 1939, Utah State Historical Society Digital Collection