In 1926, a plan was created for a new building with three purposes. It would serve as a city hall, a library, and a memorial hall to honor World War I Veterans. Since it’s construction, it has also housed Lehi City offices, a relic room containing war and pioneer relics, a jail, the police department, chambers for the city judge, public assembly rooms, the Senior Citizen, the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers organization, the Veterans organization, and even a cafeteria for Lehi High School and various elementary schools. Most recently, the Memorial Building houses the John Hutchings Museum of Natural History, a museum dedicated to preserving the history of Lehi and the surrounding areas- the legacy of John Hutchings.
The Museum is found at 55 Center Street in Lehi Utah.
Visit their website for more information about hours and admission prices.