Butch Cassidy Childhood Home

Butch Cassidy Childhood Home

The Butch Cassidy Childhood Home, located near Circleville, Utah, is a popular tourist attraction that draws visitors from all over the world. This historic home was once the residence of the notorious outlaw, Butch Cassidy, also known as Robert LeRoy Parker. 

Butch Cassidy Home in central Utah

The Butch Cassidy Childhood Home has been preserved as a museum and a tribute to the life and legacy of this infamous outlaw. Visitors can explore the home and learn about the history of the area, as well as the life of Butch Cassidy himself. The museum includes artifacts and exhibits related to Butch Cassidy’s life and the Wild West era, as well as interactive displays.

Who was Butch Cassidy?

Butch Cassidy (Robert LeRoy Parker) was born in 1866 in Beaver, Utah, and spent much of his childhood in this home in Circleville. As a young man, he turned to a life of crime and became a skilled bank and train robber, leading a gang of outlaws (called Butch Cassidy’s Wild Bunch) that included his close friend, the Sundance Kid.


Paiute Trails
Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch


This historic site is a perfect stop when riding the Paiute Trail. The home sits on the west side of Utah Highway 89, just south of Circleville and can be found on Google Maps as well as our responsive map.

This historic cabin and it’s surrounding areas offer stunning views of central Utah’s landscape and a glimpse into the life of the American West in the late 19th century. The Butch Cassidy Childhood Home is a must-see destination for anyone interested in the history and culture of the Wild West here on the Paiute Trail.

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