THANK YOU 2013 SPONSORS!
Recent Updates
Museums
11/22
Joel Lane Museum House
Raleigh, North Carolina
11/21
Goodwood Museum and Gardens
Tallahassee, Florida
11/20
Harvard Semitic Museum
Cambridge, Massachusetts
11/20
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Museum Vendors
11/20
Stories USA, Inc.
Ellicott City, Maryland
Museum Associations
11/25
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
Museum Professionals
400+ vendors
Museum Vendor Directory
Museum Conferences

Browse Museums

By Alphabet   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
By City 
  · Alpine (1)
  · Grantsville (1)
  · Moab (1)
  · Richmond (1)
  · American Fork (1)
  · Hatch (1)
  · Mona (1)
  · Roy (2)
  · Beaver (1)
  · Heber City (1)
  · Monroe (1)
  · Saint George (3)
  · Blanding (3)
  · Helper (1)
  · Monticello (1)
  · Salina (1)
  · Bluffdale (1)
  · Henefer (1)
  · Monument Valley (1)
  · Salt Lake City (23)
  · Boulder (1)
  · Hurricane (1)
  · Mount Pleasant (1)
  · Sandy (1)
  · Bountiful (2)
  · Hyrum (1)
  · Nephi (1)
  · Santa Clara (1)
  · Brigham City (3)
  · Jensen (1)
  · North Ogden (1)
  · Santaquin (1)
  · Castle Dale (2)
  · Kamas (1)
  · Ogden (10)
  · Sevier (1)
  · Cedar City (2)
  · Kanab (2)
  · Orderville (2)
  · Spanish Fork (1)
  · Centerville (1)
  · Kanosh (1)
  · Orem (1)
  · Springville (2)
  · Delta (1)
  · Layton (1)
  · Panguitch (1)
  · Stansbury Park (1)
  · Escalante (1)
  · Leeds (1)
  · Paradise (1)
  · Syracuse (1)
  · Eureka (1)
  · Lehi (1)
  · Park City (2)
  · Tooele (2)
  · Fairview (1)
  · Levan (1)
  · Parowan (1)
  · Tremonton (1)
  · Farmington (2)
  · Logan (6)
  · Payson (2)
  · Vernal (2)
  · Fillmore (1)
  · Magna (2)
  · Price (3)
  · Wellsville (2)
  · Fort Douglas (1)
  · Manti (1)
  · Provo (6)
  · Wendover (1)
  · Fort Duchesne (1)
  · Mapleton (1)
  · Randolph (1)
  · Willard (1)
  · Glenwood (1)
  · Midvale (1)
  · Redmond (1)
  · Woods Cross (1)
By Museum Type 
  · Anthropology (2)
  · General (10)
  · Nature Centers (3)
  · Arboretum (1)
  · History (51)
  · Park (12)
  · Archaeology (6)
  · Historic House (15)
  · Planetarium (3)
  · Art (28)
  · Historical Society (10)
  · Science (8)
  · Children's (9)
  · Library (7)
  · Specialized (16)
  · Church (3)
  · Military (2)
  · University (2)
  · Culture (16)
  · Natural History (14)
  · Zoo (3)
Results: 1-20 of 143.
Goto page: [1], 2, ... 7, 8 Next
Salt Lake City, Utah
Specialized
Displays preserve Alf Engen's exploits in skiing and the contributions of many others who have significantly enriched the sport of skiing. The museum contains national and international medals, trophies and awards; skis and skiing equipment of the past;
Logan, Utah
Art, Children's
We are your community arts center. We change lives by giving individuals opportunities to enjoy and experience the arts. Our mission is to promote the arts by providing education in the arts, organizing artistic events, and supporting local artists.
Boulder, Utah
History, Park, Specialized
This ancient Indian village was one of the largest Anasazi communities west of the Colorado River. The village remains largely unexcavated, but many artifacts have been uncovered and are on display in the museum. There is a life-size, six-room replica o
Ogden, Utah
Art
Primary responsibility is to students, but the gallery also plays an important cultural role in community. Primarily a teaching gallery. Contemporary art in all media by established and emerging regional and national artists.
Provo, Utah
Art
Bent F. Larsen Gallery, Gallery 303, Brimhall Gallery; contemporary visual arts exhibits.
Salt Lake City, Utah
History, Historic House
Home of Brigham Young with pioneer furnishings.
Stansbury Park, Utah
History
This renovated mill was constructed by early Mormon Pioneers and is listed on the National Historic Register. Volunteers have restored the mill and added a log cabin, blacksmith shop, and agricultural equipment to the site.
Wendover, Utah
Culture, History, Specialized
Speed fiends have been traveling to a largely out-of-the-way barren piece of land in northwest Utah for nearly a century now in their quests to achieve velocities most other people can only dream about, and in all that time there has never been more than a small, now defunct museum to commemorate those pioneers. Two men are well on their way to changing that, however, with their plans for the Bonneville Speedway Museum quickly taking shape.
Bountiful, Utah
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Bountiful is the second settlement in Utah, and we have a rich heritage and many places to visit and learn about. At present we have a temporay museum, but within a year we will have raised $1.5 million dollars for a new state-of-art museum for all our artifacts, histories, personal journals and an extensive digital photo archive about the entire South Davis County area around Bountiful. Watch for our opening in the Fall of 2008.
Bountiful, Utah
Art
Exhibitions; gift gallery; art classes (all ages); Davis County Travelling Art Program; Summerfest International Arts and Folk Festival; Annual Holiday Show and Sale.
Brigham City, Utah
Archaeology, Natural History, Science
The Box Elder Museum is a new natural history museum in Brigham City, Utah. It opened in the King Building in 2009, and moved to a larger space in the Hervin Bunderson Center in 2010. Current displays incude a variety of fossils and minerals -- from Box Elder County, throughout Utah, and the world.
Cedar City, Utah
Art
Changing exhibits of national and Utah artists on a monthly schedule, lectures and demonstrations, children's art classes.
Brigham City, Utah
Art, Culture, History
Rotating art exhibits with all media, including electronic produced art. Permanent history displays, including historic preservation and downtown revitalization. Historic research and publications. Children's hands-on exhibits. Quilt exhibits.
Saint George, Utah
Historic House
Victorian and early pioneer style furnishings - some are original. Floors, woodwork, walls and doors have been restored; daily tours by LDS missionary couples as part of St. George Temple Visitors' Center and Historic Sites Mission. An occasional visit
Logan, Utah
History
Exhibition hall and Library (located in Cache Commerce Building and Courts Building), also Cache Tourist Bureau Offices; tours by reservation; Christmas Open House; Opening Tea honoring pioneer mothers; 24th July Queen; quilt raffle, demonstrations of pio
Farmington, Utah
History
Salt Lake City, Utah
Art
Exhibits feature contemporary Utah folk art (textiles, ranch-craft, Indian and ethnic crafts, etc.).
Salt Lake City, Utah
Children's
Programming/workshops on various aspects of interests, may in conjunction with exhibits, i.e. cultural month (foods, customs, etc.), saddle recordings are accessible by appointment. Free concert series held annually on Monday evenings during August.makin
Salt Lake City, Utah
Art, Church, Culture, General, History
Welcome to the Church History Museum, where exhibits and educational programs tell the story of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The museum preserves and displays Latter-day Saint art and artifacts from all over the world. Permanent exhibits, changing exhibits on special themes, and programs for children and adults offer educational experiences for the whole family. Enjoy the story of the Latter-day Saints as it unfolds during your visit to this unique religious museum.
Payson, Utah
Specialized
A completely furnished log cabin is located inside museum; museum also includes many pioneer relics; tours for children and adults.
Results: 1-20 of 143.
Goto page: [1], 2, ... 7, 8 Next