Explore the Role Toxins Play for Good and Ill in Nature, Myths and Throughout History
Innovative Digital Program for Utah's Middle Schoolers
Accurate Rock Dating Leads to Unexpected Results
A Long Extinct Species Comes to Light
Museum paleontologist and colleagues explain Late Triassic Period mystery
Modern ethnographic jar made by the late Joy Navasie (Frog Woman), a Hopi-Tewa potter.
Catalog number is ET578
Donated by Dr. Allan...
Elected to serve on prestigious international board
Natural History Museum of Utah kicks off series of Family Trait Days beginning July 9.
Book co-author and curator of vertebrate zoology at the Natural History Museum of Utah to host lecture and book signing
A life-sized spotted gecko will be popping up in the community for a social media contest in April
Exhibit showcases a live black widow spider, snake venom and toxic plants
Utah's Best Noon Year's Eve Celebration
Celebrate the Season with a Flurry of Fun
Learn What Goes on in the North Wing of the Natural History Museum of Utah
The Natural History Museum of Utah's new exhibit Sept.19 - Jan. 3
The Natural History Museum of Utah is pleased to announce its third annual Indian Art Market on Saturday and...
This fall, the Natural History Museum of Utah is teaming up with Craft Lake City for two exciting new DIY workshops. Both events will take place...
Searching for Bioluminescent Beetles
Inter-disciplinary Collaboration at the U of U Makes New Exhibit Possible
Giant Dinosaur Skull Casts go Head to Head this Summer with State of the Art Animatronics
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