Enrich your visit with a stop at this quaint museum, which tells the story of the park from the perspective of humans who have lived here throughout history, including ancestral Puebloans and early Mormon settlers. Permanent exhibits show how inhabitants dealt with wildlife, plants, and other natural forces from prehistory to the present. Temporary art exhibits include finds from more recent archaeological excavations. A 22-minute film on the park's human history screens
throughout the day.
Zion Canyon Scenic Dr., ½ mile north of south entrance, Zion National Park, Utah, 84767, United States