Visit the Springville Museum of Art, Utah's first museum for the visual fine arts! A variety of exhibitions, concerts, programs and special events are offered throughout the year. The Museum annually serves nearly 90,000 visitors, and houses over 2,000 works; 1,500 of which are Utah art. Twentieth Century Russian-Soviet Socialist Realism, an impressive collection of 150 years of Utah fine art, and American Realist art comprise the permanent collection. The Museum is a key promoter and contributor to the arts in Utah, with over 15 exhibitions annually. The Museum features artwork displayed throughout 29 galleries in this 45,000 square foot facility, and a beautiful outdoor sculpture garden. The Museum seeks to fulfill its mission by refining minds and building character through the fine arts. The history of the Museum began in 1903, with the donation of art work to Springville High School by Museum founders Cyrus E. Dallin and John Hafen. As official State Wide Art Partnership (SWAP) headquarters, the Museum is home for visual art educational outreach programs to the schools of Utah.
Take exit 260 off I-15 (north or southbound). Go east on 400 South for about 2 miles and right on 200 East. The parking lot is on the right.Get directions
Strollers can be used in galleries.
Visitors can enjoy snacks and lunch they bring in the Museum atrium or in the sculpture garden.
The Museum's bookstore has fun books and creative kits for budding artists.
The Museum hosts year-round educational programs for children and training programs for educators. Please see our website for more information.
The Museum is accessible to patrons with limited mobility.
A wheelchair is also available for visitor use.