Jesse N. Smith Home Museum

Description

The Jesse N. Smith Home built in 1857 of native red adobe brick is one of few of the remaining original homes built around the townsquare. Jesse N. Smith’s family lived in the home until he was called to lead a group of pioneers to settle Snowflake, Arizona. The home has been restored to depict pioneer lifestyle and features a number of P.U.M.M.I. (Parowan United Manufacturing & Mercantile Industry) furniture pieces made in the mid-nineteenth century from local timber and dyes. Tours of museum can be made by appointment.

Address

35 West 100 South
Parowan, UT 84761

Lat/Long

37.84023200, -112.82836900
Visit Website
(435) 477-8190

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