Nestled in the foothills along State Highway 77, southeast of Burley, Albion is the gateway to recreational areas in the mountains of southern Cassia County, including Mt. Harrison, Pomerelle Mountain Resort and the City of Rocks National Reserve.
Albion was the original county seat of Cassia County and is rich with both history and natural beauty. On the historic campus of what once was the Albion State Normal School from 1893 to 1951, you will find a museum with memorabilia from the college as well as the famous trial of Diamondfield Jack. This museum is open on Saturdays from mid-May through mid-September or by appointment.
A popular tourist destination, Albion has service stations with mini-markets, a state liquor store, a hotel, a bed-and-breakfast and restaurants which have full bars and accommodate large private parties.