EDA ArchitectsSpecial thanks to EDA Architects for their ongoing support of the Museum's projects and programs


Squatters Pub BreweryWebsite updates are made possible with support from Squatters Pub Brewery.


SLCC film students contribute their stories in and about the Museum

Watch it on YouTube

The Museum's Broadway Wing
looks forward to welcoming
the Sundance Film Festival
again next year!

Sundance took place in the Museum,
and the street lit up for 10 full days

With our new Sundance plakats up and down the street, made possible with support from SLC Corporation and EDA Architects, museum visitors got a preview of things to come — see a slideshow here.

"Along the Way" on Broadway

Cause Collective

The work of the Oakland-based artists collaborative known as ©ause Collective was projected nightly during Sundance. If you missed it on the wall, catch it here and see how engaging the moment as we move through our cities can engage our senses and sensibilities day-by-day, along the way.

Visiting the Museum

Admission to the Museum is free of charge. The Museum is always open, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

Visit this site often to discover our weekly sponsors and take advantage of special offers and discounts.

Download your ticket here, made possible by this week's sponsor, Sam Weller's Bookstore.



Don't miss . . .

A Page of Plakats

The Museum gets windows
The Museum gets windows

Sam Weller’s Bookstore History

Sam Weller

by Tony Weller

postcards from the city

Postcards from the cityCheck in regularly for the photos and musings of Daniel Ball, an observant witness of the city's life.

Listen... you can still hear them playing it.

Learn more about this Fremont flute (c. AD 950 to 1150 AD) found beneath South Temple in 1998. Come hear for yourself.

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Getting around the museum

New UTA routes start August 26, 2007