Past Events

19th Century Dance Lesson and Demonstration

Have you always wanted to dance like it's 1869? Now's your chance! Old Glory Vintage Dancers will be here to teach you how to dance, and will give demonstrations. Dress up if you like, and join us at this free event held in conjunction with "The Spike at 150: Myths and Realities."
The exhibition and related programming have been made possible by the Utah Department of Heritage and Arts, Spike 150, and the Box Elder County Tourism Tax Advisory Board Golden Spike Sesquicentennial Grant.

Walking Tours

Join us for two new walking tours exploring the history of Brigham City, and some of the wonderful historical architecture tucked in our town. Participants can choose from two tours - religious buildings, or restaurants - that will run simultaneously. Tours will be guided by students in USU's Graduate Public History course.
Main Street Eateries - Meet in front of Peach City, 306 North Main.
Peaches, Planes, Prayers and Pews: Community Building in Brigham City – Meet in front of the Box Elder Tabernacle, 251 South Main.

Cemetery Survey

Picture of the cemetery in the 19th centuryAt 10am on Friday, December 7, 2018, Dr. Molly Cannon of Utah State University will conduct a geophysical survey at the Brigham City Cemetery in partnership with the cemetery and the Brigham City Museum of Art & History.

(In case of rain or other inclement weather, the survey may be postponed until noon. Please check with the museum if you are concerned there has been a delay.)

Field Trip: Sun Tunnels

Nancy Holt’s Sun Tunnels, roughly 147 miles west of Brigham City, was the inspiration for Salt Lake artist Kelly O’Neill in creating rend/er, which is on view at the Brigham City Museum of Art & History through June 12, 2018. Holt’s seminal piece of land art immerses visitors in the encircling horizon of the Great Basin Desert to contemplate place, presence, and time.