Category - Salt Lake History

The Natural History Museum of Utah

Along the burnished foothills of the Salt Lake Valley, tucked alongside the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, lies a sinuous and arresting building clad in copper. Appearing to meld with the landscape, its russet walls mimic the hues and rugged terrain of the red buttes that tower above its rooftop. The architecture of the The Natural History Museum of Utah is nearly as astonishing as the vast array of over 1.2 million treasures housed inside.
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