Natural History Museum of Utah

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Traveling Treasures


For over 15 years, The Natural History Museum of Utah and Zions Bank have worked together on Traveling Treasures, a robust annual outreach partnership designed to bring the state museum of natural history, and its collections, into  Utah’s diverse communities. Every year, a team of educators, exhibit designers, bank personnel, and museum volunteers together  create a new traveling  exhibit which explores an intriguing aspect of the natural history of the state, region or planet.

During its time on the road each year, Traveling Treasures visits up to 12 cities and hosts family festivals and packed community lectures throughout the state. This community programming allows the Natural History Museum of Utah to connect with Utah’s communities statewide. From Centerville, Vernal, and Duchesne to Kanab, Blanding, and St. George. 

Traveling Treasures Exhibit Info

This year’s exhibit Traveling Treasures: A Fossils Journey focuses on the improbable journey of a fossil from ancient eco-system to modern museum. With Utah’s wealth of fossils and fossil research, this exhibit is incredibly popular and will travel to Taylorsville, Delta, St. George, Hurricane, Ephraim, Price, Roosevelt, Heber, Ogden, Brigham City, and Logan.

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