Museum of Peoples and Cultures
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|Facility:||Museum of Peoples and Cultures|
|Description:||The Museum of Peoples and Cultures displays and houses
artifacts and objects from cultures around the world.
They hold significant collections from the American Southwest, Central America, Polynesia, and the Great Basin.
Guided tours incorporate a variety of learning activities. Visitors may handle replica artifacts, explore the music station, and interact with a trained docent. Tours are adapted to the age, interests, and needs of the group. Tours must be scheduled in advance, due to student docent schedules.
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|Address 1:||700 N 100 E|
|V I S I T I N G I N F O|
|Hours:||9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday-Friday
Closed Saturday, Sunday and University holidays.
The galleries are wheelchair accessible.
|Admission:||Visits to the Museum without a guide are free when the gallerys are open.|
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