Price, Utah has much to offer for travelers. It is home to the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum. Right down Main Street, the museum has a hall of man which has artifacts about ancient cultures from areas in UT as well as from around the world. The museum also boasts a fascinating Hall of Dinosaurs, most of which were found right around Price! Fees are a mere $5.00 for adults, $4.00 for seniors and $2.00 for children or a family rate of $15.00.
Price also features a beautiful timber forest known as Manti-La Sal National Forest. With over 1 million acres preserved, Manti-La Sal is ideal for hikers, horse back riders, bikers, campers, hunters, fishers, boaters and sight-seers alike.
And like every town in Utah, Price features a canyon, Nine Mile Canyon to be exact. The canyon is located about 8 miles east of the town. Visitors are advised to bring a camera to the untouched Native American artifacts and ruins found here. The camp has room for horses, dogs, mountain bikes, hunters and fishermen, ATV's and hikers alike. There is also a wide variety of wildlife in the canyon including mule deer, elk, pronghorn antelope, snowshoe hare, coyotes, badgers, marmots, lizards and a variety of grouse, eagles, hawks, falcons and other birds.