Office of Museum Services

About the Office of Museum Services

The Office of Museum Services’ (OMS) mission is to advance the value of museums within Utah and to enable the broadest physical, intellectual and emotional access to collections and programs. The Office assists Utah museums in improving their ability to:

    • care for and manage collections
    • develop quality educational resources
    • provide access to collections for research
    • identify and successfully compete for financial resources


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Museum Services Professional Development Scholarships


The Office of Museum Services provides funding to support museum’s staff, board members, or key volunteers to attend relevant conferences and trainings or online coursework and workshops. These conferences/trainings provide opportunities to expand organizations’ skill sets and network with other museum professionals in the field.

Please read the guidelines here.

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new museum directory update

We’re updating our state museum directory, and we need input from Utah’s museum community. Please click on the button below to open the PDF and find your organization’s name and information in the alphabetized list. If your information is incorrect, please email Henry Tanaka with any updates at Thank you!

New Directory Update

old museum directory

The Utah Division of Arts & Museums invites you to discover Utah’s museums through a variety of exhibits and programs our museums have to offer. More than 260 Utah museums offer you a rich and diverse experience in a wide range of subjects, from art, culture, and history, to science, botanical gardens, and zoos. This directory has divided Utah museums into six regions, with cities listed alphabetically in each region: Wasatch Front, Northern, Eastern, West Desert, Central, and Southwest.

Old Museum Directory

Museums Advocacy Day

The Utah Museums Association and the Advisory Board of the Office of Museum Services host Museums Advocacy Day in the Capitol Rotunda. Mark your calendars for the next Museums Advocacy Day, which will be held March 10, 2020.


Jennifer Ortiz
Manager, Museum Services

Emily Johnson
Specialist, Museum Services