Once you arrive in Moab, your first stop should be the Moab Information Center (MIC). Conveniently located at the corner of Main and Center Street in Moab, the MIC offers information on recreational opportunities and visitor services throughout southeastern Utah. Allow some time for the interpretive displays and large gift shop featuring guide books, maps, videos, videos, postcards, and much more.
- Information about recreation opportunities in southeastern Utah
- Current weather and road information
- Information about hotels, restaurants, tours operators, shuttles, and other services for travelers
- Interpretive displays
- Gift shop featuring guide books, maps, videos, CD-ROMs, postcards, and much more
- Free WiFi
- Clean restrooms
Experience the stunning new film, “Welcome to Moab”, in the MIC’s 4K Ultra HD Theater
“Welcome to Moab” is an immersive 4K theater film that provides visitors with an outstanding overview of the public lands and diverse activities possible around Moab, Utah. Produced in 2017, the film combines impressive ultra-high-definition 4K footage, time lapse photography, and aerial perspectives of the ruggedly spectacular public lands that surround Moab. Watching this 20 minute film at the beginning of your visit will provide the best possible orientation for visiting this spectacular part of the world. The film is repeated throughout the day at the Moab Information Center.
MIC Lecture Series – From April to November each year, the Lecture Series presents talks by regional experts about the Moab region’s fascinating past and present, places and people, wildlife, plants, dinosaurs and more! Talks generally begin at 6:00 P.M. and are FREE to the public. Lectures are co-sponsored by the Museum of Moab. The Moab Information Center (MIC) is conveniently located on the corner of Main & Center Streets. For the latest schedule click here.
Canyonlands Natural History Association – If you need to purchase information prior to your visit, many of the guidebooks and maps for sale in the Moab Information Center are available from the Canyonlands Natural History Association. Visit their website at: www.cnha.org