Natural History Museum Of Utah, Salt Lake City

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Natural History Museum Of Utah, Salt Lake City - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, United States

Phone: +1-8015816927

Ticket Price: 13 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Treat yourself and your kids with a visit to this fascinating museum which takes you back millions of years to the time where nature thrived and man was only an accessory to an incredible world. The natural history museum is not concerned with the history of man or culture only but it concerns itself with the history of earth and its various phases of evolution. The Natural History Museum is set in 17 pristine acres at the foothills of Wasatch Mountain Range that makes for a befitting location for this fascinating museum. Homage to the glorious state of Utah, the presence of earth is palpable in the museum. The Past Worlds section and the section that showcases geological formations are particularly interesting, as are the dinosaurs fossils and the representation of the mysterious Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaurs Quarry phenomenon where 12000 fossil bones have been found.

Natural History Museum Of Utah Information

  • Easily accessible for disabled and elderly.

Natural History Museum Of Utah Ticket Prices

  • Senior 65 and above- $11, Young Adult 13 to 24- $11.
  • Child 3 to 12 years: $9.00.
  • Entry is free for children under two years.
  • Entry is free for Museum Members, University of Utah Students, Faculty and Staff with Valid ID.

Natural History Museum Of Utah Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last Admission on Wednesday is 8:30 p.m.

How To reach Natural History Museum Of Utah by Public Transport

  • Nearest bus stop: Wakara Way @ 411 S (228, 313).
  • Wakara Way @ 360 S (228, 313, 455, 473).

Restaurants Near Natural History Museum Of Utah

  • The museum cafe
  • Red Onion Deli & Grille
  • The Point Restaurant

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  • This place is amazing. The first time i saw the exhibit space I wept because it was so beautiful. I highly recommend this space for any visitor of the city. This place is great for kids. I visit about once a month with my kid and he likes it. It would be nice to see more interaction with museum staff and volunteers on the weekends. Full disclosure, I volunteered here for a year, and, while I had a lot of fun, it felt more like an unpaid job.

  • This was our first time here. We only had 1.5 hours to see it because it was on a Sunday and we got there late but boy we make the best of it. It's so spacious on the inside. And there's stop much to see. Like dinosaurs? They have em. Space stuff? They have some too. Old native American displays? That too and do much more. You'll need the whole day to see it all. The family and I will be back

  • Terrific museum! Visited on a Weds evening while in town on business. Caught a program called "Science Cafe" during which 5 researchers from University of Utah presented a quick overview of their work. They were all excellent! After, walked around the museum, which is very well done. I highly recommend the museum and if you're lucky enough to be able to catch a Science Cafe, you won't be disappointed! Oh, and the architecture of the museum, inside and out, is worth the visit. The views of the valley from the museum are spectacular!

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  • Awesome museum. Cant appreciate everything they have in one visit. They have a rotating exhibit that is always cool. Last time I went it was Vikings! The dinosaur are is impressive. There is a lot for kids, and mine like coming back. A yearly membership is worth it.

  • Wow. Beautiful museum. The kids loved it too. We used our museum pass from out of state and got in free. There's a part just for kids to look at animals and play with water. We also saw lots of dinosaur skeletons lots of cool exhibits.

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