The Museum Café serves a selection of breakfast, lunch and pastries from local bakeries. Open daily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.Museum admission is not required.
Coiled story basket
Mary Holiday Black
Fragrant Sand VerbenaAbronia fragransGarfield County, UtahElevation: 4,100 feetCollected by: L. Arnow
Smithosonite, ZnCo3Zacatecas, MexicoGift of Merlin J. NortonUMNH.MC.0965
At the Core of Who We Are
Collections form the basis for all Museum activities, from public exhibitions, programming, to scholarly research & publication.
The study of human origins, behavior, and culture past and present.
The study of insects, the most diverse group of organisms on the planet.
The study of minerals, including their distribution, identification and properties.
The study of plants including their evolutionary relationships and ecology.
The study of invertebrate creatures called mollusks, many of which live in shells.
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