top of page

Orderville Soup Town Days

(435) 648-2534

475 N State St

Orderville, UT 84758

ORDERVILLE was established by the LDS Church in 1875 specifically to live the "United Order," a voluntary form of communalism defined by Joseph Smith. One of the most talked about items of United Order history is the communal dining hall, where every man woman and child ate their meals together. With so many mouths to feed, soup was an easy meal to make. Hence Orderville's nickname: "Soup Town."

We celebrate our heritage each year with Soup Town Days, a time for family, friends, and visitors to gather together for fun, fellowship, and of course delicious soup!


Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page