Located in what was then in 1910, the crown jewel of the Denver and Rio Grande and Western Pacific railroad systems, the Utah State Historical Society is an appropriate tenant of the Renaissance Revival depot. The Society presents a permanent exhibit of Utah's unique cultural, industrial and social development and a number of changing exhibits. The Society also offers the Utah Information Center, a research facility for writers, historians and genealogists. The book and gift shop specializes in Utah and Western history. There is no admission fee.
Changing exhibits of contemporary visual art are presented in a modern setting of light and wood. Numerous art workshops for both adults and children are available at UMOCA, along with educational film and performance programs. Take the kids here when they start to get bored by the summer. A small gift shop sells all things art-related. Come here to see what is happening in the Utah art scene. Admission is free.
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