Founded in 1970, the Brigham City Museum of Art & History is a regional art and history center. The important pioneer history of Brigham City is told with hands-on exhibits and Daughters of the Utah Pioneers’ artifacts. Eliza’s Attic is an introduction to the settlement’s lifestyle while the interactive tool area helps children and their parents understand how the pioneers worked.
Rotating art exhibits are located in the gallery part of the facility. Exhibits are varied and include traditional and art quilts, photography, all types of painting, printmaking, drawing, ceramics and sculpture. Quality exhibits are curated from the works of regionally-know artists and the museum hosts at least one national touring show per year.