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Wasatch Front : Lehi
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Lehi is a city in the Wasatch Front in Utah, United States.

Lehi is a city of 50,000 that is known for Lehi Roller Mills and Thanksgiving Point.


Get in

I-15 runs directly through the middle of Lehi. Exit 279 takes you to Main Street; turn left at the light (so that you will pass under the freeway) to get to downtown.

Get around


  • Hutchings Museum of Natural History, 55 N Center St, 801 768-7180, [1]. Tu-Sa 11AM-5PM. An eclectic museum featuring the collections of John Hutchings: rocks & minerals, stuffed birds, fossils and shells, pioneer and Native American items, plus memorabilia from the Wild West, including a small "shrine" to Porter Rockwell. $4/adult, $3/child, student, and senior.


  • Lehi Legacy Center, 123 N Center St, +1 801 768-7124, [2]. Recreation center in downtown Lehi.


  • Lehi Roller Mills, 833 E Main St, +1 877 311-3566, [3]. M-Sa 9AM-5PM. The historic mill, featured in the movie "Footloose," is known for its tasty flour and bakery mixes. They run a small giftshop next to the mill, right after you get off the freeway and head towards downtown.


  • Porter's Place, 24 W Main St, +1 801 768-8348, [4]. "Food from the Old West" and a shrine to Porter Rockwell, the grizzly lawman of the frontier. $10-15.


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