Human History Museum Tours

Human History Museum
Zion may have become a national park in November of 1919, but the history of humans walking through these canyons dates back almost 12,000 years. Before there were tourists, pioneers, and Mormons, the Anasazi and Paiute Native Americans were the first settlers to make this landscape their semi-permanent home. At the Zion Human History Museum, marvel at animal pelts that were used by settlers to stay warm through the harsh Utah winters, or read the tales of the western pioneers who would eventually start outposts and towns. There are firsthand accounts from railroad workers who lay tracks throughout the mountains, and stories from the Civilian Conservation Corps diaries from the men who first made the trails. A 22-minute video provides a visual representation of the park’s fascinating history, and over 50,000 objects intricately explain the cultural, natural, and geologic diversity that’s sculpted the park to this day.

Practical Info

The Human History Museum in Zion National Park is open from 10am-5pm daily, but is closed for the months of November-February. The museum is located a half mile north of the main entrance to the park, and admission is included with the general price of visiting the national park. 
Address: Zion Human History Museum, Springdale, Utah 84767, USA
Hours: 10am-5pm daily; closed November-February
Admission: Included in price of national park entrance
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