NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM BRINGS ‘UNIQUELY UTAH’ EXHIBIT TO SALINA
Traveling Treasures visits Zions Bank Salina branch in March
Salina is the latest stop in the Natural History Museum of Utah’s “Uniquely Utah” traveling exhibit, a collection of natural and cultural wonders from around the Beehive State. The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, will be on display at Zions Bank’s Salina branch, 155 W. Main St., through March 30 as part of its multi-county tour across Utah.
This year’s traveling exhibition showcases six of Utah’s unique natural and cultural wonders, including:
“Traveling Treasures has made several stops at this branch over the years. It always does a great job making science and history accessible,” said Brandy Marsh, manager of Zions Bank’s Salina branch.
A long-time partnership between the Natural History Museum of Utah and Zions Bank,Traveling Treasures brings natural history collections and research to Utah’s diverse communities. Each year, a team of educators, exhibit designers, bankers, and museum volunteers create a new traveling exhibit that explores a unique aspect of natural history in the state, region and beyond.
For additional details about future Traveling Treasures stops and locations, visit https://nhmu.utah.edu/programs/traveling-treasures.