Museum of Natural Curiosity at Thanksgiving Point, Lehi

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  • My kids love coming here. There are four sections in the museum so the kids never get board. There is a ropes course above the jungle area that costs extra but is worth it. The outside area is great t...  more »
  • The water table is so fun for babies. There individual play areas are set up so well. We've been here many times.  more »
  • Can be crowded, but can't get kids to leave once they're there. The gift shop is less obtrusive than some places, & you can bypass it when exiting. Docents are friendly & helpful. There is a flow to e...  more »
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  • Super fun place for kids! I liked the outside garden and way fun to watch the fish through the window as you feed them. Prices were OK, the pass is a good deal. The one star missing is not for the place but the few parents who just let their kids run around like maniacs. It really took away from the fun of children with manners. I do indeed realize that this is a place for kids to run, have fun, burn energy and explore. Bit that's very different than than the lazy parents who raised children with no manners.
  • We have been to many children's museums around the country, and this one is definitely a contender for the top of our list. My boys absolutely love the jungle exploration zone with places to climb and explore and feel a bit like Indiana Jones. There is a fun water works room, a kid city area, and a room with rotating exhibits. Plus there is a huge outdoor play area including a giant maze. Don't miss this place of you happen to be in the area!
  • This place is so fun! We visit Utah 2 or 3 times a year and my kids love to go every time. There are such a fun variety of things to do. Our kids from 1 to 13 have a blast. If I lived closer we would definitely need a membership.
  • I chaperoned a small group of 3rd graders for a field trip today. Perfect age for this place! Old enough to listen to stay together in the ropes course playground and sturdy enough that you know they are not going to fall down easily and hurt themselves navigating their way through. Lots to do here! Interactive with science, math, geometry, music, acting and good old fashioned imagination play in a grocery store, bank and even being a weather person on TV.
  • My son always requests to come here. He is starting 3rd grade in August. He loves the Geometry and climbing exhibits. He enjoys Kidopolis, building things, exploring about being a veterinarian, and climbing in the South American Jungle exhibit. It kind of drives me nuts to have to wait for him to do the stuff he wants, but- this is the coolest place to him! We have done the high climbing attraction, and he loved it!!!