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Land, Lead, and Leadership: The Emergence of Murray City
The museum story, which is largely focused between 1870-1950, illustrates how the City moved from an agricultural beginning to a booming smelter town and how the City was created from the interplay between these elements.

Museum Mission Statement

The Murray City Museum celebrates the heritage of the Murray community by fostering appreciation for the city’s past, promoting understanding of local diversity, and forging connections between residents, past and present.  The Museum documents, preserves, studies, and interprets the history of Murray, including early settlement, community growth, industrial prominence, and modern expansion through exhibits, collections, public programs and research. 

Groups and Appointments
  • Groups are encouraged to schedule at least a day in advance so the staff is properly prepared by calling (801) 264-2589.
  • Special appointments may be made for other possible times and dates and may be arranged by calling (801) 264-2589.
  • Schedule a children museum tour

Admission to the museum is free.

Virtual Tour
Take a virtual tour of the museum.

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Murray City Hall
5025 S. State St.
South End of Building
Murray City, UT  84107

Ph: (801) 264-2589

The Museum is temporarily staffed by volunteers and hours vary each week. Call the museum and leave a message to confirm hours.

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Murray City Hall  •  5025 South State Street  •  Murray, UT 84107