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Another fun free museum with interactive exhibits related to archaeology. Our kids loved the comics, using emojis to respond to the exhibits, playing a game to see what kind of adventurer they would be (Indiana Jones vs. Lara Croft), etc.. We happened to visit on...More
This museum has a small physical footprint, but it has some nice, engaging, hands-on activities. I think an hour is about all you can spend here unless your kids are really into anthropology and archeology.
Current activities are building pottery with rings of different sizes,...More
I learned while I was there that students put together all of the displays each semester for a class. They choose which objects from an enormous collection to display for that time and write up all of the descriptions. It's small, but well done. I'll...More
We stopped by the BYU Museum of Peoples and Cultures. The building is set back from the road (a big parking lot in front of it.). There are some very nice cultural and people related exhibits at this small museum. Admission is free. There is...More
Teachers and educators- this museum rents out amazing travel trunks! We were shocked with all the artifacts and information that was packed into a huge rolling bin. Costumes, natural science samples, cultural artifacts, books, etc. Only downside was VHS videos- we couldn't use them. But...More
All the "Museum's are fascinating and very informative but out of all of them I felt this was probably the least accurate as I knew it from a broad range of education and study. It is still something to try and fit in, and most...More