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The Leonardo Museum, Salt Lake City

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.4/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
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  • My 21 year old niece and I decided to check out the Leonardo one afternoon since we both enjoy museums. We loved some of the amazing installations, but felt that the museum was more suited to children...  read more »
  • The Lenoardo finished Museum is a disappointment. It is a dark building with little atmosphere, and a not-too-interesting permanent collection. The entrance fee of $ 12.50 was not worth it.
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  • The hands on experience was very neat. Several exhibits were not open at the time of our visit. Was a little dissatisfied that there were no hand sanitizing stations with all of the hands on type of e...  read more »
  • For what you might get in Utah, this place really does provide a great experience. Exhibits rotate frequently enough with national touring exhibits coming through as well. The content of every exhibit provides a good amount of info to learn from and provoke thought and constructive conversation. The interactive displays are fantastic for children; good option for entertaining them for the day. If you have kids, the family membership is well worth the cost to be able to drop by any time
  • Lots of great exhibits and activities for all ages. Gets crowded on the weekends and during popular exhibits. We spent hours here with our daughter and we all had a great time. If you want to rest and relax for a few minutes, go to the top level and there are seats and very few people.
  • Really fun for kids. TONS of fun activities outside of the featured exhibits. Easily spent three hours there looking at everything before the kids ranging from 3-10 started to lose interest (mostly due to getting tired)
  • Friendly staff and good prices for both children and adults. It is very kid-friendly, offering a vast quantity of games and specially dedicated areas featuring play&learn activities. The museum covers many interesting topics, mostly (as the museum's name says) covering Leonardo da Vinci's works and correlated scientific phenomenoms and theories.
  • It's fascinating enough .. but not cheap.. it's intriguing enough to be greatful...but not really aweing like some science museaums are...
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