- SUU Museum of Natural History is in the Life Science Building of Cedar City University
- Admission is free
- Open Mon-Sat 9.30 to 5.30pm and Sundays Noon to 5pm
- Ideal family attraction to learn about Utah wildlife
- Live exhibits include canyon tree frogs, tarantulas, snakes, and tiger salamanders
The Southern Utah University Museum of Natural History is one of the best Cedar City attractions for families. It is located in the Life Science Building of the University in Cedar City. Exhibits include birds of prey, wildlife, minerals and fossils from the area. This family attraction is a unique opportunity to learn about Utah wildlife through exhibits, displays, fossils, local archaeology, seashells and live animals. Exhibits include canyon tree frogs, tarantulas, snakes, and tiger salamanders.
The Live Animals Experience from the Utah Museum of Natural History visits several schools in Cedar City to teach local children about Utah’s animals. The University students teach elementary grade children about local wildlife and help educate visitors enjoying Cedar City tourism attractions about the issues surrounding Utah’s natural history.
351 West University Boulevard
Cedar City, Utah
- Mon-Sat 9.30 to 5.30pm
- Sundays Noon to 5pm
Admission is Free!