agritourism Program | walking tour

Livestock built this city

Stephan Zacharias giving AgTour

Walking Tour

One-hour guided tour

By appointment most Saturdays through the end of September 2023.

All tours begin and conclude at the Moab Museum, starting at 10am.

Please reserve your time slot at least 5 days in advance.

Suggested group size: 10 individuals.

Groups 10 and up receive a 20% discount.

The Legacy of Agriculture

Experience the legacy of Agriculture in the city of “The Far Country.”

Join Museum Staff for this 1-hour guided tour of Moab’s Historic Business District.

During this 1-mile guided experience, guests will have the opportunity to learn and explore the legacy of some of the men and women who helped establish and build-up the City of Moab, Utah through their investments in the community and their civic leadership. This guided tour, led by museum staff, focuses on Moab’s fascinating and seldom told, pre-uranium history, this tour experience delves into the agricultural history of Canyon Country, following the experiences of over a dozen men and women who made a go of it on Indian Creek, creating community, raising livestock and families, who would later help establish the City of Moab, using that same grit and love of community here.

Please contact History Programs Interpreter Stephan Zacharias by calling the Museum at (435) 259-7985 or emailing to register for the tour. Discounts apply to groups of 10 and more. 

Indian Creek Stockmen Emigration Map - From where did the stockmen of Indian Creek emigrate prior to their time in Southeast Utah?