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As the Utah state museum of natural history, this top attraction provides an introduction to the science in Utah's remarkable landscape! With engaging exhibits and over 5,000 artifacts on display, the Museum features Utah's paleontology discoveries...more
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If you are interested in paleontology this is the museum to visit. Their dinosaur exhibit is the best I’ve seen. Examples from digs in Utah are stored here and you can actually watch the university scientists at work examining and piecing together the bones. Fascinating...More
Took my two daughters here when they were in town for summer break. We had a fantastic time. I could seriously spend the entire day there and so could the kids. There are so many thing to do and to see. The displays change with...More
The building itself is an impressive architectural achievement. It's built on shock-absorbers since it sits on the Wasatch fault. You enter into a huge high ceilinged room that evokes entering a canyon and you make your way from the top down. Exhibits include native American...More
Shows me why I love Utah :the history of Native people, the library of the land - turned my grandkids into conservationists - made for great conversations between us. Take my out of state friends there first thing - especially if they’re traveling. Great take...More
The new museum is a wonderful update from the old building on President's Circle in U of U's south campus. The flow is great, each exhibit leading almost seamlessly into the next. They feature rotating exhibitions that last from four to eight months. When we...More
I was really excited to visit. I’m from Bozeman, MT and I feel pretty spoiled with the museum of the Rockies, but this museum was really fun. The design of the building is very unique. The layout of the museum is really easy to follow....More
Yes, this mueum is a must go. The dinosaur fossils are amazing and there are special temporary exhibits as well. When i went there was a cool viking exhibit. There are also areas you can walk around outside the museum.