The USU Geology Museum is located in Room 205/203 of the Geology Building on Utah State University's Logan campus. Click here for a campus map.


The Geology Building is located at the northeast corner of the USU Quad. The Geology Museum is on the 2nd Floor of the Geology Building.

The USU Geology Museum  is located on the 2nd Floor of the Geology Building. Click here to view the building's location.

Monday through Friday, during museum hours of 8 am-5 pm, parking for the museum is available in the university's parking terraces at 700 East 600 North (Aggie Terrace) and at 850 East 700 North (Big Blue Terrace).

For parking rates and information, visit this link.

Visitors can also ride the Cache Valley Transit District Bus to the museum. Travelers should take the Route 1 or Route 4 buses to the Veterinary Science Building stop on 700 North and walk a block and a half south (toward the USU Quad) to the Geology Building.

Here is a view of the Geology Building, looking southeast from the Taggart Student Center promenade.

A ramp with wheelchair access is located at the northeast entrance of the Geology Building.

The museum is normally closed on Saturdays, but for special Saturday events, parking for the museum is available in the surface lot located south of Old Main. (Please note this lot is available on Saturdays and evenings only; on weekdays, a permit is required.)

Click here to view a map of Old Main's location.

By car, you can access the parking lot south of Old Main by turning from 400 North (Hwy. 89) into campus at Champ Drive. (This is located at approximately 400 North and 950 East.)

From the surface parking area south of Old Main and at the southwest corner of the USU Quad, you can look northeast and see the Geology Building.