General Museum

Traveling Treasures Exhibit Continues Journey to Payson

From beautifully crafted wood and cordage snares made by the Fremont people to capture small mammals used 1800 to 700 years before present to a tiny Northern water shrew that can run across the surface of the water by trapping air bubbles in the stiff hairs on its feet, the new Traveling Treasures exhibit—County Collage: Experience Utah’s Natural History—showcases the fascinating natural history found in every county of the state.