• Natural History Museum of Utah

    Natural History Museum of Utah
    University of Utah Campus
    Salt Lake City
    801-581-4303

    Discover the state’s Natural History Museum of Utah, recently reopened in its new location, the Rio Tinto Center. Don’t miss science-themed galleries, interactive exhibits, outdoor hiking trails, and spectacular views of the Salt Lake Valley.

    Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center
    Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto CenterPhoto by Stuart Ruckman

    Take a journey through Utah’s natural history at the new Natural History Museum of Utah. Celebrate Utah’s native people and cultures, explore thousands of new artifacts and learn about Utah’s unique and extraordinary environments.

    Hands-on learning is a huge part of the new Museum. Children and adults alike will get the opportunity to experience Utah’s past in a whole new way. Enjoy the amazing views from large windows and terrace overlooking the valley and surrounding mountains. And outdoor enthusiasts can stop in after a hike on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail for a boost of energy with a snack from our café.

    Outdoor patios allow for a relaxing time to take in the beauty of the Salt Lake Valley, and our Museum Store allows you to take a little bit of history home with you.

     

    Address
    University of Utah Campus
    301 Wakara Way
    Salt Lake City, UT 84108
    Information
    801-581-4303
    Official Website
    Season
    Year-Round
    Price/Fee
    $0-11

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