This is the Place Heritage Park is one of the best attractions of Utah, USA. Situated at the foothills of Wasatch Range close to the mouth of Emigration Canyon, the park covers about 450 acres of lush green area. The Park is a popular tourist destination because it reflects the glorious past of Utah. The visitors are made to relive the past of Utah through the historic setting of the park. The park also acts as a venue for various activities and events sponsored by private, community, business and civic organizations. The mission of the park is to promote and preserve the historical heritage of Utah. The park primarily portrays the 19th century frontier life. Knowledgeable interpreters accompany the visitors in order to explain every activity replicated in the park. The visitors will experience the lifestyle of the bygone eras while touring the park. An interesting variety of domestic activities are exhibited in the park. A visitor will catch a village girl extracting wool and spinning a yarn which are then colored with dyes prepared from native plant which are grown within the park premises. The park reflects the beauty of a Native America village. The chief attractions of the park are the Visitor's center, the heritage park preview exhibition, the ZCMI mercantile (a lavish gift and candy shop), This is the Place Monument, National Pony express monument and the Huntsman Hotel. The tourists can enjoy the beauty of the park from the comfort of any of the three replica trains or can simply walk around the streets on their own.