Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum
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Fillmore was once the capital of the Utah Territory (pre-Utah statehood), and one wing of the statehouse was built before leaders ended up declaring Salt Lake City as the capital city. Today, the statehouse wing is the Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum, which offers a fascinating insight into the state’s past. Located in Millard County, Fillmore was named for U.S. President Millard Fillmore. Today, visitors enjoy delving into the area’s history and heritage, as well as embracing the area’s opportunities for outdoor adventure. 

For more information on attractions, accommodation and dining, visit Millard County Tourism.

A sandy slice of paradise for ATV enthusiasts

Photo: CMK Photography

Meadow Hot Springs

Photo: Jo Savage

Things To Know

  • Fillmore is located roughly halfway between Salt Lake City and St. George along Interstate 15.
  • Fillmore is located at the foot of the Pahvant Mountain Range, offering beautiful scenic views.
  • As the state’s original territorial capital, Fillmore offers a lot of history. View the original statehouse and be sure to check out the Historic Walking Trail.
  • Outdoor adventure awaits, including trails for hiking, mountain biking and ATV riding. Picnic in one of the town’s parks or play a few rounds on the golf course.


Fillmore is home to a variety of restaurants, including many fast food favorites, as well as other options.

  • Grab a seat at an outdoor picnic table to enjoy tasty burgers and fries at Cluff’s Car Hop Cafe.
  • Costa Vida Cafe serves up “Fresh Mex” including Baja-style tacos and burritos.
  • Pizza, wings, dessert pizza, and more are on the menu at 5 Buck Pizza.
  • Iceberg Drive-In is a Utah-beloved chain known for thick shakes, fries, onion rings, burgers and sandwiches.

Cove Fort

Photo: Louise Crosby

Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum


The weather in Fillmore is variable throughout the year. Expect hot summer temperatures, usually in the mid to upper 90s, though temperatures over 100 are not uncommon. Winters are usually cold, with temperatures in the 20s and 30s, though Fillmore’s record low was -23 Fahrenheit.
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