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History Museum

Natural History Museum of Utah

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Gail And Les
Gail And Les
June 15, 2020
301 Wakara Way- Fabulous museum with an emphasis on North American Indian Ethnology, paleoentology, and geology. Gorgeous building and displays.
Sharon & (My Son Michael)
Sharon & (My Son Michael)
June 14, 2020
this is a fun museum for kids and families. dinosaurs and more!
Wendy
Wendy
September 2, 2020
The Natural History Museum of Utah provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the unique geography, earth science, history, and native cultures of Utah’s past. With 10 permanent exhibits, the museum provides both interpretive and interactive educational experiences to its many visitors…
Paige
Paige
October 13, 2020
A great place to explore! Great information inside including local dinosaurs and rotating exhibits. Huge trail system behind it including the classic living room hike.
Murlie
Murlie
June 22, 2020
Perfect for little explorers, or anyone looking for interactive peak into the past and amazing views from the bistro patio.

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Garður
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“A downtown destination with all of the mall essentials you've come to expect at an upscale American mall. The kids will love the Disney Store... you'll love the indoor-outdoor feel and super sunny corridors. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Liberty Park is Salt Lake City’s prized urban oasis featuring over 80 acres of lush green space. The oldest park in Salt Lake, Liberty Park was purchased by the city from the estate of Bingham Young in 1881, and in 1980 made the list of the National Registry of Historic Places. The park features a large pond containing two islands, numerous athletic courts and fields, 1.5 miles of walking trails, and several children’s play areas. Additionally, the Tracey Aviary, featuring 135 species of rare or endangered protected birds, resides within the park, along with the Isaac Chase Mill, the oldest commercial building in Utah. Finally, the park features the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Art, a free museum showcasing a variety of art forms.”
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Sögufrægur staður
“The gardens outside the Temple are truly stunning. The architecture is really special. What Salt Lake City means to The Mormons is like what the Vatican, Rome means to the Catholics. ”
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Zoo
“2600 Sunnyside Ave- Excellent humane animal displays. Don't miss the monkeys, lions or elephants.”
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Staðsetning
301 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Sími+1 801-581-6927
Vefsíðanhmu.utah.edu
Kreditkort
Yes (incl. Visa & American Express)
Þráðlaust net
Free
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