Welcome to the Natural History Museum of Utah! The Museum is an active research institution and one of our state’s top visitor attractions. Each year the Museum hosts approximately 300,000 guests from around the world, including 40,000 students visiting on free field trips.
We are proud to share our Virtual Field Trips with you. Listed below, you'll find virtual experiences developed and led by our own expert scientists and educators. Here, you can visit our permanent exhibits and our current special exhibition, Antarctic Dinosaurs. You can also explore our past special exhibition, Nature All Around Us.
During this time of museum and school closures we are happy to provide students and lifelong learners with a taste of all the Natural History Museum of Utah offers—billions of years of natural history. Teachers, you can assign your students this tour questionnaire.
Come explore with us by selecting an exhibition below.
We look forward to hosting you in person soon!
The First Peoples exhibition allows guests to explore the stories of the Great Basin’s prehistoric peoples, as well as today’s archaeologists studying how those people survived and thrived in this desert landscape.
Utah is a geological wonderland and the Land exhibition introduces guests to the three physiographic regions that formed over millions of years: the Middle Rocky Mountains, Basin and Range, and Colorado Plateau.
Embark on an adventure to uncover never-before-seen dinosaur fossils from one of the most isolated environments on Earth. Antarctic Dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum of Utah is an immersive experience, transporting visitors back 200 million years to discover what life was like in prehistoric Antarctica.