|A Gathering Place|
|Then and Now|
| The home may also be booked for meetings, gatherings,
special tours and children's parties. All tours are free.
Rates are low for modest sized parties and get togethers.
Call 572-3021 or 576-8537 for more information.
The Draper Community Co-op gift shop at the Sorensen Home now features old fashioned candy and gift baskets as well as tickets and merchandise from our other non-profit partners. Purchases from "The Co-op" help support museum programs or other Draper non-profit & service organizations.
The Sorensen Home is a gift TO the community, FROM the community. Hundreds of individuals and businesses have pitched in to make it happen. You can help us complete the vision by sending in a contribution, volunteering - or by donating pre-1900 household furnishings and artifacts to the museum!
Please visit the museum artifact and wish list
for ideas on artifact donations and volunteer and
service project opportunities.
|Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Please send donations &
correspondence to -
|The Sorensen Home
12597 South 900 East,
Draper, UT 84020
(801) 572-3021, 608-0281
|Thanks to the Draper City Council for their continued support,
Dr. Randall Steadman and Dr. John Newton - for donating the home and giving time to relocate it, and our other major contributors;
The George S. and Dolores Dore` Eccles Foundation (20K)
L.D. Bowerman ,Bowerman investments (10K)
LaVar Christensen, Draper Land Development (10K)
DAE Westbrook/Suncrest (10K)
Roth Nursery*, Peppertree Kitchen & Bath*, Huetter Mill*
The George and Velora Whetman Family and
ALL our contributors and volunteers for making this project possible!
* = in kind contributor
|The 1890's Sorensen Home Museum is now open! It is still a work in progress (as any good museum should be) but makes a fun and interesting 30 to 60 minute stop. The home is open for visits and informal tours every day, except Tuesdays and Sundays, between Noon and 4 pm. Children love the 110 year old artifacts in the 1890's kitchen and parlor. Adults say a visit to the Sorensen Home is like a trip back to great-grandma's day!|