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For almost 50 years the Brigham City Museum of Art and History has offered patrons diverse, quality programming such as the Norman Rockwell Lithographs, Oklahoma Memorial Quilts and Nagasaki Journey. The museum also curated a variety of shows in-house that have had wide appeal, namely Trail of Iron, a photo documentary about the construction of the first transcontinental railroad. The 3,300-square-foot museum has a rotating gallery and a history section. The gallery features national traveling shows and exhibits by Utah artists, while the history section showcases two rooms circa 1875 as well as artifacts from the museum’s extensive collections. There is an interactive area for families where young people have the opportunity to use pioneer tools.
The museum offers 5-6 special temporary exhibitions each year with topics from art and history.
We take seriously the health and well being of all our visitors and staff and are implementing recommended protocols, which include: