Brigham City Museum
The museum is located at 24 North 300 West in Brigham City. The facility is in the lower level of the Senior/Community Center. The entrance is on the west side. From Interstate 15, take the Forest Street exit and travel east to 300 West. The museum is on the corner of Forest Street and 300 West.
Hours: Tuesday through Friday 11 am - 6 pm, Saturday 1 pm - 5 pm
For questions or to schedule a tour,* call (435)723-6769, admission is free!
*We are happy to schedule tours for school and other groups. We recommend calling two weeks in advance.
Main Street Flyway
Expect to see the spring bird migration come right through Brigham City’s Main Street in late April as the Brigham City Heritage and Cultural Arts Board unveils unique birds on downtown lamp posts as the official opening of the Main Street Flyway Project.
Each bird will be created from a design submitted by a local resident or friends with local ties to the greater Brigham City/ Box Elder county area. The design contest is now officially underway. The vision is to combine colorful folk art with Brigham City’s historic connection to wild birds and the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, which has been a local designation since the late 1920s and is represented in the bird-themed archway over Main Street Brigham City.
Interested persons are invited to submit designs and sketches of wild birds representing varieties which frequent the area. Designs can be realistic, funky, exaggerated, interesting or artistic. Designs will be selected to create wooden cutouts which will be placed in open frames for hanging. Anyone interested is invited to participate, amateur or professional, regardless of age. The artists, other residents, and community groups will be invited to paint the birds prior to hanging.
Deadline for design entries is February 21. These will need to have two thirds proportions and be submitted either electronically or on 8.5 by 11 inch paper. The specifications, a list of the birds common to our area and entry applications are available at the Fine Arts Center, Brigham City Museum-Gallery, Bird Refuge Education Center or online (pdf).
The Flyway Project will be part of the city’s observance of Art Appreciation Month throughout April.