15th–25th: Ancient Board Games Box
29th–30th: Museum Escape Room
12th–18th: Chinese New Year Box
15th–26th: Black History Month Box
8th–20th: Women's History Month
12th–20th: Holi Box
15th–25th: Spring Equinox Box
Are you looking for a fun, adventure-filled evening? Invite a date to the Museum of Peoples of Cultures!
The Museum of Peoples and Cultures offers a variety of date nights throughout the semester. Each date night is themed and includes relevant activities and refreshments. Prices vary, but the average cost is between $10-15 per couple.
Tickets go on sale at 8am the Monday prior to a date night. To purchase tickets, visit our eventbrite page. To check the availability of tickets, see our Facebook page, message us, or call the Museum at (801) 422-0020.
Watch the calendar and look for flyers and posters advertising our next date night adventure!
Family Home Evenings (FHE)
Wondering what to do for a family home evening activity this month? Come to the Museum of Peoples and Cultures for a fun evening of crafts and games!
Various FHE activities are held one Monday a month. Every activity is different, so make sure to check us out monthly to enjoy each of them! Activities include family friendly games and crafts and are designed for families of all ages, including families with young children and Young Single Adult (YSA) groups.
All FHE events are free.
Children's Story Time :
Stories have a way of engaging us to think more about ourselves and the world we live in. Designed for younger audiences, our story time strives to connect children with the world around them. Join us for children's stories and crafts from around the world! Held every Thursday starting at 11:30am.
Throughout the year, our Museum hosts Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Girl Scout and Activity Day group open houses. These events support our youth in passing off requirements to earn patches, including our unique museum patch. Our youth programs usually occur during the early Spring, Summer, and Fall. Events are free, but reservations are required.
Mornings at the Museum:
Mornings at the Museum is a summer program for children ages 5–11, accompanied by an adult. The program is held Tuesday–Thursday over the course of three weeks in July. Each week is themed differently, but the same programs run each day of the week. Themes are chosen to reflect the Museum’s mission, collecting areas, and current exhibitions (e.g. archaeology, homes around the world, pottery, cultural traditions, etc.) Each session lasts around an hour. The program is free, but reservations are required.
Explore cultural, natural, and art history through the amazing collections of BYU's four campus museums at Museum Camp.
Museum Camp is a day camp for youth ages 13-16 who love museums and are interested in having a behind-the-scenes view into what it's like to work in one. Participants with an interest in museums, museum careers, art, paleontology, anthropology, or biology will especially enjoy this camp. The staff at BYU's museums will help youth take their love of museums to the next level. Participants will even have a chance to curate their own display and show off their work in an exhibit at the end of the week!