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Did you know that Price is the county seat of Carbon County, Utah?

Best Way to Travel: Car
#1 Thing to Do: Prehistoric Museum
#2 Thing to Do: Cleveland – Llyod Dinosaur Quarry
#3 Thing to Do: Carbon Country Club

Fun Fact:
Price is also the largest city in Carbon County, Utah.
#1 Car Rental Company: Hertz, Enterprise

Price is a beautiful city located in Utah, United States. The county seat of Carbon County, Price has an area of 4.2 square miles and a population of more than 5,600 residents, being the largest city in the county. Price was settled in 1897 and the city was named this way in the honor of Bishop William Price. The city has mostly developed as a mining town. Nowadays, Price is well known for being the home of USU-College of Eastern Utah. Price also is considered to be an incredible destination for tourists who love to enjoy outdoor adventures, but also to visit cultural venues.

Top Attractions within Price

Farlainos Cafe
is a lovely restaurant located in Price. The place is great to visit for both breakfast and lunch and the food here is always delicious. The service is the best quality one in the area. Foods are fresh and prepared quickly, so you will not have to wait too long to enjoy a great meal in this spot. The atmosphere is also great for dinner. Main Street Grill is another lovely restaurant located in Price, and the coffee here is amazing. Anyway, if what you want to eat when being in Price is a tasty hamburger, make sure to plan a meal out at Market Express.

USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum
is a famous history museum located in Price. In fact, this museum is so impressive that thanks to it Price has become a well known city all around the United States. The venue first opened in 1961. Currently, it hosts more than 700,000 archaeological artifacts, while collections include Fremont culture exhibits, dinosaurs, but also displays of Utah's Ice Age ecology.

Scofield State Park
has many recreational options for all visitors. In this spot, you can enjoy camping adventures during the summer, fishing and boating, while during the winter you will be able to plan activities such as ice fishing, skiing and snowmobile rides. Near Price you will also find The Manti-La Sal National Forest, a natural spot of an amazing beauty.
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