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The Leonardo Museum, Salt Lake City

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  • Poorly staffed but the Flight and Women exhibits were quite good. Perhaps because we were there on a Sunday, the place was empty.  more »
  • In my email today was an offer from TravelZoo for 2 tickets for $16. TravelZoo said there was an 'Alien World Exhibit' including life size R2D2, C3PO, Ironman and a few more. We paid the $16 and heade...  more »
  • I have gone to the Leonardo 4 -5 times...There is always at least a few things that I find interesting - But overall, I am not impressed enough that I would ever pay full-price to get in.  more »
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  • Went with my wife. It was an interesting place but it's definitely geared towards children. Kids would absolutely love it. With Children it would probably take about an hour and a half to see everything. The exhibit about women in technology (early 2017) was interesting but definitely was not intended for children. It was a little extreme.
  • Amazing childrens museum and STEM exploration, weaving together several forms of art, history, and exploration for all ages. Brought my kids (14, 7) and spent the entire day- and could have spent more. One of the better such museums I have ever been to. Excellent!
  • There was plenty to see & do, both for kids and adults. We were there with our 2 young kids for a couple hours. It was priced well. I never saw a parking lot, we had to find a spot on the street. The lobby & most of the exhibits seemed cluttered & dirty. Overall, we enjoyed our visit & will likely return
  • Really fun and interactive museum!! I had a blast making stuff that I could take home. Some areas were under construction or "out of order" which made me sad since they looked fun.
  • This place was awesome the kids loved it! We could've spent all day here. All of the hands on activities were perfect for my inquisitive children ages 10-6mo.