Permanent Exhibits


 

 Find out about our Exhibits Tour and Audio Tour.

or call (585) 797-0085 to access the tour on your cell phone.

 


Exhibit Idea Proposal Form - download, complete and return to Ken Packer(ken_packer@byu.edu) or bring in a hard copy to the executive offices in room 290 of the museum.


 


Into Africa


We are happy that the Into Africa exhibit will be returning after our expansion.​


Hunting Methods of North American Predators


Hunting Methods of North American Predators
(Right outside our executive offices in room 290 on the main floor)

The Bean Life Science Museum is home to Shasta the Liger, born at the Hogle Zoo. 

Shasta the Liger


Whooping Crane exhibit has been renovated!!!
Whooping Crane Exhibit


Pheasants and Waterfowl of the World celebrates the striking diversity and beauty of these remarkable birds.
Pheasants and Waterfowl of the World


Insects includes rotating displays selected from the Museum's vast collection of insects and their near relatives.
Butterflies Display


The Mario J. Gracchi Shell Collection displays a remarkable variety of shells from the oceans of the world.
Mario J. Gracchi Shell Collection


The Ecosystems exhibits in the Museum's main exhibit hall immerse you in the marvelous balance of living and non-living factors that structure species in marsh, forest, and grassland ecosystems.

Beaver Ecosystem Exhibit


Africa: A Diverse Continent showcases a breathtaking array of African animals, from brilliant butterflies to lions, ibexes, zebra and antelope.

Located in the Monte L. Bean Memorial Room.

Africa: A Diverse Continent


The Donald G. Cox International Wildlife Collection features many full mounts of rare and unusual animals from China, Russia, Africa, and North America.

Donald G. Cox International Wildlife Collection


The Museum's lower level houses the Synoptic Collection of Utah Vertebrates, a diverse array of mammals, fishes, reptiles, amphibians, and birds from across the state.
Synoptic Collection of Utah Vertebrates