We are excited to announce that we will be reopening our doors to the public on Saturday, August 15, 2020. Since our unexpected closure in March to stem the spread of COVID-19, we have evolved the Museum experience to prioritize the health and comfort of our guests, staff, and volunteers. You’ll notice numerous changes, however, the same Museum magic prevails.
Here’s what we’re doing to protect your health and safety on your next visit:
Tickets must now be reserved in advance using our online ticketing system to limit capacity in the galleries
Face coverings are required for all staff, volunteers, and visitors over the age of 2
Physical distancing is required between visiting groups
A one-way path through the Museum has been implemented
Sanitization stations are positioned throughout the Museum
A complimentary stylus is issued to each guest for “hands-free” interaction with exhibits
Housed in an architecturally stunning building, the Natural History Museum of Utah features all new exhibits, interactive displays and hands-on activities. Don’t miss the three-story Collections Wall, four outdoor terraces connected by hiking and foot trails, and stunning views of the Salt Lake Valley. The new Museum Store and Museum Cafe are just two of the enhanced visitor amenities. Discover this new location for yourself! The Natural History Museum of Utah is proud to be featured in the Visit Salt Lake Connect Pass.
301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
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