Due to COVID-19 transmission rates the Museum will not be offering in-person field trips for Spring 2021. We appreciate your patience as we work to ensure the safety of both our staff and our guests. Thank you for playing an important role in our community, and we are in awe of the tenacity shown by teachers all over the state.
To learn more about the other programs NHMU offers please visit the web pages for Stay Curious, Utah!, the Teaching Toolbox Program, and Research Quest. Below is information about NHMU's field trip partners - Utah Museum of Fine Arts and Red Butte Garden.
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Students discover personal meanings and cultural connections through art and artifact discoveries at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts and Natural History Museum of Utah! More information on programming schedules and reservations available at a later date.
Learn more abou the Utah Museum of Fine Arts by visting their website here.
Red Butte Garden
Bring your students for a field trip and enjoy both a plant-filled field class at Red Butte Garden and a dino-mite self-guided field trip at the Natural History Museum of Utah! More information about programming and reservations available at a later date.
Groups with more than 60 students may be split into two groups. Visits booked to NHMU and the Garden on the same day outside of the arranged joint field trip experinece are strongly discouraged due to scheduling complexities.
Focused Learning Field Trip Day: Date TBD. This field trip day is geared toward being accessible to neurodiverse students and students with special needs. Each facility will have special accommodations and volunteer-led activities. Feedback from this day will help NHMU and RBG improve programming for all students. Stay tuned for more information. Questions? Email us at or . Groups needing special accommodations are welcome on all field trip days. If your group needs a specific accommodation please don't hesitate to contact us by phone (801-585-5237) or email.