Zion Human History Museum

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The Zion Human History Museum, situated within Zion National Park, offers permanent exhibits showcasing the Southern Paiute culture, pioneer settlement history, and the park's evolution as a national treasure, emphasizing the profound impact of water on the landscape. Visitors can engage with informative videos, seek guidance from park rangers, and acquire souvenirs from the Zion Forever Project bookstore. Additionally, past temporary exhibits have featured diverse historical topics, including Union Pacific Railroad lodging and Civilian Conservation Corp journals. Located half a mile north of the park's south entrance or 11 miles west of the east gate, the museum provides reserved parking with accessible facilities, albeit potential temporary closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while maintaining access to the back patio for visitors.

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