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Earthy materials and truncated surfaces greet visitors inside the admissions level and main entrance to the Natural History Museum of Utah.
Designed to represent the awe and majesty of Utah's Red Rock country, the Canyon is the Museum's main gathering space.
A perfect, out of the way spot to meet and eat. Conveniently located next to the Cafe and the Museum's north entrance.
Spacious, light and airy with a side of healthy options and unforgettable views.
Unique items and the warm, open design make the Museum store an inviting place to be.
This partially open, circular space contains an interactive game about sustainability and how choices might impact Utah's future.
Take in breathtaking valley and mountain views from the Museum's west terraces.
This working prep lab is a well lit space where scientists and volunteers do the delicate work of removing fossils from rock.
Large sliding door leads to private room laid out in collaborative classroom style.
Levels 2.5 & 3
The Past Worlds Gallery is an open, expansive space winding through two levels of the Museum’s south wing.
Nestled between Past Worlds and First Peoples, the Great Salt Lake Gallery is an inviting, interactive space overlooking the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.
High ceilings and LED lighting make this a dreamy space both day and night.
Unique textures, oversized walkways and open spaces add dimension and interest to these basic and functional spaces.
A series of walkways and wood planked ramps transport visitors through the multi-levels of the Land Gallery.
A fun, vibrant space interspersed with colorful displays and unique architectural elements.
Even bridges, hallways & stairs feature unique architectural shapes & sites.
Functional yet spacious landings and walkways make it easy to get from place to place.
Natural light floods into the Museum’s fifth-floor Administration offices through banks of over-sized windows.
This unique hilltop gallery is directly connected to the earth and was designed in conjunction with Utah's resident Native cultures in the shape of concentric circles.
Large private room transforms to support a variety of needs, including conferences, dinners, meetings, and more.
Wide open space featuring floor to ceiling windows and outdoor access to the Sky Terrace.
Panoramic views of the Salt Lake valley and surrounding landscapes make this space a favorite spot for Museum visitors.
Southeast of building
Leveled terraces wind down the hillside on the southeast side of the Rio Tinto Center.