The Hyrum City Museum strives to foster an understanding of and appreciation for the historical, natural, cultural, and artistic influences that have defined the city of Hyrum within Cache Valley, Utah as a community.

First, the museum maintains and displays a collection of artifacts that are representative of life from the Native American period through early exploration, settlement, and community progression, showcasing the importance of Hyrum and Cache Valley to the development of northern Utah.

Second, the museum provides a venue for members of the community to display personal collections of historical, natural, cultural, or artistic significance, on a temporary basis, that will contribute to an understanding of and appreciation for the area’s diverse heritage.

Third, the museum serves as a community resource that is accessible to schools and the public for the purpose of historical research, engaging educational programs, and community interaction.