Prehistoric Museum Strives for Improvement with New Exhibit


Museum director of education and exhibits Lloyd Logan works on a new exhibit at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum. Photo courtesy of the museum.

The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum continues to change and add new exhibits constantly to improve the quality of the museum.

Currently, Lloyd Logan, director of education and exhibits, is working on a new exhibit for the museum. Visitors at the museum will be able to view the newest addition to the facility, a geological component, in the near future.

“We strive to keep the museum fresh and new,” museum staff shared. “So, no matter if you visited a month ago or a year ago, there will always be something different to see.”

The community is welcome to tour the museum Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Price is $6 for adults and there are special discounts for seniors and children. For more information, please call (435) 613-5060. Also, be sure to like “Prehistoric Museum” on Facebook to stay updated on the happenings at the museum.

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