Inside the Western Heritage Museum are collections of Fremont and Ute Indian artifacts, including baskets, water jugs, and beadwork pieces, as well as pioneer items like carriages, guns, saddles, and old-fashioned children's toys. Outside, you can see various horse-drawn farm implements, and every month the museum hosts a different show of local and national artists. The museum's most off-beat installation is a collection of hand-made porcelain dolls modeled after the
First Ladies of the U.S. Starting with Nancy Reagan and going all the way back to Martha Washington, they are a kitschy delight.