THE place to see real fossils, minerals, and mining history.
Current displays incude a variety of fossils and minerals -- from Box Elder County, throughout Utah, and the world. We are proud to have the best display oif trilobites in the western US. Other fossils on display document the history of the world for millions of years, and include dinosaurs, ancient horses and sharks, plants, insects. . . A spectacular dark gallery at the museum is dedicated to fluorescent minerals. While these may look boring under natural light, they fluoresce amazing colors under different spectrums of light. Other exhibits showcase a wide array of rocks and minerals, as well as the mining history of Box Elder County.
The Box Elder Museum is the natural history museum in Brigham City, Box Elder County, Utah. It opened in the King Building in 2009, and moved to a larger space in the Hervin Bunderson Center in 2010.
Admission to the museum is currently free.
The Box Elder Museum Foundation, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization.
Donations are accepted.
Looking for art and history in Box Elder County? Visit the Brigham City Museum.