Admission is free

Group tours are available with advance notice. If you would like a guided tour through the gallery for your group, we ask that you schedule your visit in advance. Please fill out this online form and a member of our staff will work with you to get you on our books.

Children, accompanied by an adult, are welcome. The museum features many interactive elements in the permanent historical exhibition and changing exhibition gallery to enhance the experience of all our visitors, no matter their age!

Into Kenya


Special exhibitions change every four to ten weeks.

Don’t wait if you’re planning to see something special!

Environmental Sustainability

Over the last five years, museum staff has been working to improve the museum’s environmental sustainability. This is just a start, but it’s something they’re working towards every day.

Initiatives have included:

Lights – Throughout the museum, halogen and incandescent bulbs have been replaced with LED bulbs. Not only has this reduced the amount of electricity required to operate the museum, it has also saved staff time, as the LEDs last much longer than the bulbs they replaced. In addition, the museum uses lighting controls to further reduce energy consumption of lighting e.g. lights tied to motion sensors, using photocells/dimming, and insuring that staff turn off lights after hours.

Reusing and recycling exhibition materials – wherever possible, exhibition materials are reused or recycled.

Water – A new drinking fountain includes a bottle filling station, so museum visitors can fill their own water bottles, instead of going to the store for a new one.

Map and Directions

The museum is located in Brigham City’s Community Center at the corner of Forest Street and 3rd West.

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