Museum of Natural Curiosity, Lehi
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We had no idea what we were walking into when we came here. We had bought an annual Boonshoft Museum Family pass and this place was listed as one of their Reciprocal participents with free admission. ... read more »
While I was in a business meeting, our daughter walked the short distance from Home 2 by Hilton with our grandson and wished she had a second day. So much to do. Plan on half day.
I have been there on a Tuesday afternoon with my 8 years old daughter. It is a really nice place for little kids and also for bigger ones. Lots of fun stuff to do: climbing, outdoor playground. The on... read more »
Elizabeth Lyman Jensen
This place is so much fun and they do a good job of making it fun for different age groups too. My seven-year-old loves it as much as my 18-month-old. And there are so many different things you can do. You can spend hours here and not get bored. My kids never feel like they've had enough time to play.
This is the BEST children's museum I have ever been to. I WISH we lived closer so I could bring my kids often. There is a lot to see and do here! We have been three times and its always been a highlight of our Utah trips. My children (3 and 7) could spend hours happily playing and exploring here! Here are a few of our favorite things: The water play area with its pipes and tubes! The "temple" with its climbing and courage areas! The puppet theater and stage with costumes for imaginative play. The neat playground with a physics twist. We can not wait to come back!
Horrible experience don't know if I will ever come back and I will let everyone I know how bad it was. It was a "2 dollar Tuesday" it was so packed that my son was not able to learn or play with anything. It became a glorified McDonald's playground, because it was so crowded that you could not walk with out bumping a into kids let alone learn. no place for my pregnant wife to be able to sit. They did not have everything out for example the theater play area had no costumes from my understanding they normaly do. employees were not even trying to protect there equipment that was out. I keep trying to fix things so they would work and it would not last 60 seconds my son was not even able to play with it before it was broke again because of the hoards of kids. We tried going to multiple areas and was the same problem. I told the employee I think they were over the fire code for the building. She stated."I know but it's so more kids can come and learn that normaly would not be able to". All my son was learning was that you have to fight to even be in there. I told the lady we were going to the living aquarium because it too crowed. She just told us to come back again And did not care. I understand trying to get people to come who normal can not afford it but they need to sale tickets in advance or regulate how many people are in there so kids can learn. I was tring to help an autistict kid and he keep geeting pushed around the staff and other parnets other than the boys did not care.This was a first experience here and I think the last.
It was fun, me and my family stayed there almost till it closed. It was mostly for kids on the top floor, but at the bottom floor it's for lots of ages, I didn't get to go outside but the chamber of courage was really fun.
So much fun for the kids. There's just so many things to do for all age ranges. It's busy almost all the time but it's still tons of fun. Definitely worth getting a season pass cuz thanksgiving point has lots of things the kids love.
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