Utah State Hospital Museum
The Utah State Hospital Museum is located in two rooms in the historic Superintendents Home. The home is located on the hospital campus at 1300 East Center Street in Provo. It is the first building on the north side of the street as you enter the hospital.
The museum contains both photographs and artifacts that bring to life the hospitalís history and the history of the treatment of mental illness over the past one hundred and twenty three years.
The goal of the museum is show how far treatment has progressed and to remind us that the history is still being written. These two small rooms contain a profound part of the history of the treatment of mental illness in Utah.
Museum hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 1-5 p.m. Group tours can be arranged for other times and days by calling, Janina Chilton, Historian at 801-344-4635 or Shawna Peterson, Volunteer Services Coordinator, 801-344-4254.