This museum was constructed in 2007 and sits directly on the Oregon Trail. Roughly 50,000 pioneers pass right by this site. In addition to housing and displaying artifacts from Sandy’s history, it serves other civic functions as well. The museum is the realization of the work, commitment and generosity of the members of the Sandy Historical Society. The Sandy Pioneer Association has been holding regular scheduled meetings, collecting artifacts and historical information. Many artifacts have been collected and there is a considerable display of the area’s history at the museum. Since 1973 the society has published three books on the history of the Sandy Area. The historic building has two floors of displays, gift shop, and exhibition shed outside, Annual old timers’ day, regular tours for school-children, annual kid’s day.