Snowflake Museum and Historic Homes
Snowflake’s Historic Homes Walking Tour includes 26 homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Walk or drive the route to view these homes. The Walking Tour map includes who built the home, year built, and style of home. Pick up a copy at the Chamber office.
Stinson Museum and Homes
The Snowflake Heritage Foundation offers home tours throughout the year. Tours begin at the Stinson Museum, housed in an Hispanic Colonial Adobe home on the corner of 102 N 1st East and First North. The museum displays treasures from Snowflake’s prehistoric, Hispanic and Mormon Pioneer past, including the loom used by Lucy Hannah Flake to weave cloth and rag rugs.
As of September 2020, new exhibits have been added.
Other homes on the tour include:
James M. Flake Home
A Victorian Second Empire home built in 1894 using locally made and fired bricks. The house is brimming with hundreds of objects, books, and Flake family memoribilia.
John A. Freeman Home
A Gothic Revival home built in 1893, is Snowflake’s favorite “Gingerbread House” and contains original antiques, toys, and textiles from the late 1800s.
Jesse N. Smith Memorial Home
A Colonial Revival home built in 1906. Four upstairs bedrooms feature rare displays dedicated to four of his five “sister-wives.”
Locy Rogers Cabin
A Folk Primitive cabin built in 1878. Peek in the windows: pioneer furnishings evoke the past.
William Jordan Flake Cabin
A Folk Primitive cabin, circa 1858. This cabin was relocated from Beaver, Utah, by the Flake families.