Documents and artifacts from the city's early settlement and Mormon cooperative periods are the focus of the 3,300-square-foot Brigham City Museum-Gallery, which also contains displays on the railroad and agricultural history of the Bear River valley. The large, open gallery is divided in half. The northern part houses pieces such as treasures brought across the plains by the pioneers and furniture made in Brigham City around 1860. The south end of the gallery holds regional
art collections and hosts monthly rotating regional and national touring shows such as Norman Rockwell lithographs and Oklahoma Memorial Art Quilts.