Lehi’s John Hutchings Museum of Natural History has its origins in its inquisitive founder, Mr. Hutchings. In 1955, Mr. Hutchings and his wife Eunice donated their vast collections of rocks, minerals, fossils, shells, stuffed birds, eggs, Native American artifacts, pioneer items, and wild west guns and memorabilia to the non-profit Museum corporation to be held in trust for the people of Lehi. The collection has continued to grow as others have donated their collections to the Museum.
The Hutchings Museum is a hands-on teaching Museum and now has many new interactive, touch, and feel exhibits. Add the personal attention of our knowledgeable docents, and you will find that a visit to the Hutchings Museum is a dynamic experience that students won’t forget.
Hours: Tue-Sat 11am-5pm
Admission: Adults $4; Children $3; Seniors $3; Families (up to 6 people) $12