Hutchings Museum

55 North Center Street
Lehi, UT 84043


Lehi's John Hutchings Museum of Natural History has its origins in its inquisitive founder, Mr. Hutchings. His collections soon overflowed buildings at home. In 1955, Mr. Hutchings, his wife Eunice, and the Hutchings family donated the collections to the non-profit Museum corporation to be held in trust for the people of Lehi.

The objective is the preservation of artifacts and specimens for the education of future generations. Giving the public an appreciation of its heritage in the accomplishments of pioneer ancestors is also an important objective.

The Museum is located at its present site in the Veterans Memorial Building. The building is listed on the historic landmark register with plaques honoring servicemen representing the Lehi area.

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