Step back in time as you explore ancient art, dinosaurs, petroglyphs and over 100 years of cowboy history at Moab's Museums

Museum of Moab

Founded in 1958, the Museum of Moab is dedicated to preserving and presenting the unique geology, culture, and history of Moab. After spending some time operating out of a small four-room adobe house, the museum eventually found a new and larger home at its current location. The museum displays a variety of dinosaur bones, footprints, and a full cast skeleton of a dinosaur. Other exhibits include rocks, mining, and displays on pioneer history. The museum offers a variety of education outreach activities such as lectures, special events, and workshops, while the Experiential Education Centers provide hands-on activities for children.
Location: 118 East Center Street, Moab, UT
Phone: 435-259-7985

Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage

The Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage and the Red Cliffs Lodge are part of Red Cliffs Ranch, which was settled in the late 1800s. Formerly known as Whites Ranch, Red Cliffs Ranch continues to serve as a working ranch today, raising cattle and horses. The ranch has also been the location for the shooting of many films. Director John Ford discovered the beauty of the area in the 1940s and subsequently, many Hollywood movies were filmed here. The museum is known for its display 100 Years of Cowboy History with its film and cowboy memorabilia.
Location: Milepost 14, Highway 128, Moab, UT
Phone: 866-812-2002