See the Great Basin Museum website.
The Great Basin Museum grew out of interest created by local history programs of the Great Basin Historical Society. The Society was formed during the fall and winter of 1987-88 to tell the unique story of the West Millard County area. The Great Basin Museum is currently working with the City of Delta, the Topaz Museum and the local chapter of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers to build a new facility that will house all three museums and a city conference center.
The Great Basin Museum in Delta features exhibits of West Millard County's history, including geologic specimens, fossils, artifacts of early human occupation, early settlers, as well as an excellent archive of photographs, writing and documents about the area.
An exhibit of the WWII Topaz Relocation Center is housed at the museum. The camp held 8500 internees from 1942-46, mostly from the San Francisco Bay area. An original building and other artifacts from the campsite are exhibited at the museum.
The Great Basin Museum is located at 45 West Main in Delta, and is open during the summer season from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Saturday, free of charge. Winter hours are Thursday 1:00-5:00 pm and Friday & Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm. After hours tours are available on request by calling the museum to make arrangements.
For more information:
Great Basin Museum
45 West Main, Delta, UT 84624