1625 West Center St
Provo, UT 84601
Phone: (801) 373-0099
Fax: (801) 370-0239
Arts & Museums
Visit this museum featuring a family interactive center, print study room, theater, art study center, 75-seat restaurant, bookstore and permanent and temporary exhibits of paintings and sculpture.
Featuring preserved and mounted examples of animals, insects, plants, and fish. Exhibits based on the life cycles of all species, education programs and children's hands-on Discovery Area.
Museum offering permanent and temporary exhibits tracking the anthropology of world cultures. Guided tours are available.
View educational and interesting exhibits of fossils and research collections of dinosaurs.
This landmark building housed the Springville Carnegie Library till 1965. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it is now home to the Springville-Mapleton Pioneer Museum.
Opened in the year 1903, Springville Museum of Art is one of the finest museums in the city. The museum has a collection of artwork from different ages. To know more about the place, check the website.
The historically significant Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center has featured in the National Register of Historic Places. This was once the site of Peteetneet School or Peteetneet Academy and is currently a museum that has displays pertaining to the local history.
Founded inside the Veteran's Memorial Building, the John Hutchings Museum of Natural History presents a collection of unique and exotic specimens of the regions natural history. On display inside the museum are the bones of dinosaurs, and other animals as well as artifacts belonging to the region's early residents.
The Utah Southern Railroad Depot is a former railroad station located in Lehi, Utah. This historic structure was built in 1873 and although it's a simple wooden structure, it is important from the point of view of railroad history as it is one of the oldest railroad stations in the state, having served for over 100 years. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
The Alpine LDS Church Meetinghouse, or Pioneer Relic Hall, is a great place to experience a history lesson on Alpine. Tours are offered, free of cost, by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers organization. This is a must visit for a glimpse of the city's rich heritage.
This museum, located inside Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, around 20 miles from Salt Lake City, is a great place for both school trips and family outings. Build at a cost of over USD23 million, it is the biggest dinosaur museum in the world, with over 60 specimens impressively mounted. The displays include the bone-crunching T-rex, a 120-foot Supersaurus, a Quetzalcoatlus with a 40-foot wingspan. There are interactive sections and a Discovery room for children to learn more about these giant creatures. The XanGo Mammoth screen, featuring 3D films about marine and forest creatures, is another major attraction of this place. For more information check the website.
What was once a United States army post is now a beautiful Utah State Park, Camp Floyd State Park Museum. Named after John B. Floyd, the then Secretary of War, the army camp was established in 1858. It was in use till 1861, when the army was moved out. All the structures, except the Commissary Building, were pulverized. The Commissary Building functions as a museum and the Stagecoach Inn opposite it, serves as a house museum. The Fairfield District School and Camp Floyd Cemetery are also located on site. Camp Floyd State Park Museum is ideal for a recreational and an educational outing.