USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum Prepares for Five Kavas Exhibit

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The USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum is currently undergoing one of its constant evolutions, this time in terms of the new Five Kavas exhibit.

Sandra Budd, head of exhibits at the museum, along with Tim Riley, archaeological curator, have been prepping the walls of the model cliff dwelling.

“This will be a life-size reconstruction of a dwelling unit featuring real artifacts from the Five Kivas pueblo near Blanding,” the museum shared. “The exhibit is really coming together.”

The Prehistoric Museum is a multifaceted museum that contains paleontology, archaeology and geology. The community is welcome to tour the museum Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Price is $6 for adults and there are special discounts for seniors and children. For more information, please call (435) 613-5060.

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