Bryce Canyon National ParkCulture / Nature / Visitor Center
Stepping back in geologic, ecological, and human time.
The story of Bryce Canyon begins 525 million years ago and continues today with the ever-changing ‘hoodoo’ rock formations that cover much of the park’s landscape. Exhibits show how time is preserved in the Grand Staircase—a series of cliffs, slopes, and terraces that stretch 150 miles south from Bryce Canyon to the Grand Canyon.
In the ecological and human scales of time, Bryce Canyon’s long association with Native American tribal groups, its superlative dark skies, and its ecological communities are introduced to visitors through interactive exhibit media.