What We Do

The Museum Services Program

The Museum Services Program at the Western Archeological and Conservation Center (WACC) provides professional conservation, curation, archival, and library management assistance to park staff and partners. Staff here curates 14.5 million objects and archives on behalf of over 70 parks, preserving this valuable part of America's heritage and making it accessible for public research and appreciation. The center is a research destination, enticing scholars with diverse collections in a single location.

For more information on the NPS Museum Program take a look at the Museum Handbook and Collection Highlights!

Looking to Learn More about WACC?

Have an idea to partner with us? Want to research what WACC has to offer? Check out the links below:

  • Staff
    WACC staff support over 70 parks throughout the Intermountain Region! See the people who do this amazing work.

  • Archival Finding Aids
    WACC processes archival collections for parks throughout the Intermountain Region of the National Park Service. Check out finding aids for collections housed at WACC.

  • Centennial Projects
    WACC is celebrating the NPS' 100th Birthday with extra archives and conservation projects!

Last updated: August 8, 2016