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.
Contributions of money,
in-kind labor, materials and furnishings are still neede
Current page
History of the Sorensen Family
The Plan for the Sorensen Home
Volunteer information
Our Heroes
Latest updates
Lots of great historic photographs!
Community and Supporter Links
Contact us at  vintage@lgcy.com
Please send donations &
correspondence to -
The Sorensen Home
12597 South 900 East,
Draper, UT    84020
(801) 572-3021, 608-0281
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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)
  Hewett Construction*
  Crossroads Mill*, 
  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!
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