Open since 1992, Treehouse Children's Museum is a nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to be the magical place where children and families can "Step into a Story" ™.
Open since 1992, Treehouse Museum is a hands-on, interactive children's museum focusing on, stories, children's literature, the arts and the humanities. Treehouse features dozens of beautiful, original exhibits that invite children and families to "Step into a Story"®. Exhibits include the giant Treehouse in the center of the Museum with a climbing tower and parachute drop; the One World Village with miniature houses representing countries from around the world; the Utah History and Heritage Gallery with the giant floor map of Utah, the One Room Schoolhouse, the Shoshone-style Teepee, the Native Peoples Gallery, the Rodeo Arena, Dinosaur Discovery, and the Big Red Barn; The Days of the Knights area; the Be the Hero of Your Own Story exhibit; the American Dream Gallery with the United States floor map and the Oval Office; Treehouse Main Street with the Healthy Child Center; Jack's Fairy Tale Diner, the Safety Center (coming soon), the 5 & Dime Mercantile (coming soon), and the Green Grocer Market; the On Track to Reading exhibit; and the Music Room.
Treehouse also offers daily arts programming including "Step on Stage" theater activities and visual arts activities in the Treehouse Art Garden. The Museum hosts school field trip programs and birthday parties, too.