Salt Lake City

The Leonardo

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801.531.9800

209 E 500 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111.

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based on 22 reviews

07/22/13
Jennafer M.
This is a small but interactive and fun museum. We went primarily to see the 101 Inventions that Changed the World exhibit, which had a lot of multimedia...

07/08/13
Zach L.
Fun for the kids. Highly educational. We didn't get there in time for the mummies, but they have a lot of fun experiments. My kids' favorite was the stop...

09/07/13
Tim O.
If you love science technology and art you will absolutely love this place! Great for kids and nerds and kids at heart young and old!
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11/19/11
Larry Curtis
Pretty great date place!
11/15/12
Armand
During the week there are field trips with lots of noisy kids. If you prefer quiet, come after 2pm.
03/29/12
Charlie Joslin
Tweet your city when you get inside and watch the wall change colors based on the weather in that city.
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rating 3.6 out of 5
04/26/14
Sheryl Barry
Very disappointed because the tour was not monitered. Didn't get to see half the exhibits. Was told they also had a malfunction on equipment that slowed it down. Was told tour took about hour and half and tour every 15 minutes. Getting tickets took longer than it should have. Waited to start tou....
12/30/13
Jeremy Diaz
Small museum, looks nice on the outside. So about half the museum is recycled materials- cut up books, bits of clay you can make things out of, paper plane making etc. Quite a bit of the art is stuff kids made on the spot. The other half is for older children, like a green screen, a motion cap....
08/25/13
Brad Peterson
Underwhelming. My wife and I were surprised how sparse it was. Very few engaging interactive exhibits. Plenty of visual arts displays that look pretty but don't explain anything. The first floor was "Here's some paper, try to draw these broken wooden models", "Here's some rocks in sand...do s....
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