The mission of the Brigham City Museum of Art & History is to collect, preserve, and interpret art and materials which tell stories of human experiences and of the land.
The museum is a place to engage with ideas, creativity, and heritage.
The museum is home to a permanent exhibition on the history of Brigham City, and five to six temporary historical and fine art exhibitions a year. The outstanding collection covers more than 150 years of the history of Box Elder County with more than 10,000 objects. The growing art collection includes more than 300 pieces by outstanding artists including Florence Ware, David Howell Rosenbaum, E.J. Bird, J.T. Harwood, Mabel Frazer, Russell Case, and more.
Hours: Tuesday through Friday 10 am - 5 pm, Saturday 1 pm - 5 pm
To schedule a tour,* email email@example.com or call (435)226-1439.
*We recommend calling at least two weeks in advance.
The museum is located at 24 North 300 West in Brigham City. The facility is in the lower level of the Senior/Community Center. The entrance is on the west side. From Interstate 15, take the Forest Street exit and travel east to 300 West. The museum is on the corner of Forest Street and 300 West.
We take seriously the health and well being of all our visitors and staff and are implementing recommended protocols, which include:
Priority hours for high-risk groups: Tuesday-Friday 10am - 12pm, Saturdays 12pm-1pm.
Visitors are strongly encouraged to wear masks.
Employees screened daily for symptoms and will wear masks.
Hand sanitizer and soap accessible in the gallery.
Each visiting household must provide an email address or phone number for virus contact tracing.
The museum has no current job openings.