If you’re planning a trip to Zion National Park to do some hiking, biking, off-roading, or sightseeing be sure to schedule some time to visit Zion National Park's human history museum. Perhaps the middle of the day is the best time to visit the museum during the summer since temperatures in the morning and late afternoon when the temperatures are cooler; however, mornings and late afternoons maybe are the times to visit the museum during the winter and autumn since temperatures are cooler than the summers.
Zion Human History Museum
Zion Park Blvd., Springdale,
Fees: All National Park Service fees apply
Hours: Open seven days a week with seasonal hours. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day.
While at Zion National Park, you have the chance to experience and explore many natural wonders along with an impressive variety of animals, plants, and geology. However, the national park's human history is just as interesting. The Zion National Park Human History Museum highlights artifacts from the Southern Paiute, Puebloan, and Mormon Pioneers who lived in this national park's area throughout the years. The museum offers temporary exhibits that rotate six months. In addition to the exhibits, an orientation video in the auditorium helps familiarize visitors to the museum.
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