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We decided to forego the crazy Christmas shopping and headed as far east as you can go in Salt Lake City, to the Natural History Museum of Utah building. It was magnificent.  

Luckily, there were so many displays for all different ages, including, Aiko, my brother and my husband. 
We may or may not have spent AWHILE at the erosion station.  By we, I mean my husband.  

I was kind of bummed we weren't there during the warm months, the view of Salt Lake was spectacular and they have a few different terraces.  (That were closed.)

The latest exhibit is The Horse.  Horses happen to be Aiko's favorite animal. I just read that they are bringing in a new exhibit with an Armadillo shell, that's the size of a car!  We'll be back. 

Harmony
Hours
Open 7 Days a Week 10-5 pm
Wednesday 10-9 pm
Helpful Tips

Adult $13.00
Senior 65 and over $11.00
Young Adult 13 - 24 $11.00
Child 3 - 12 $9.00
Child 2 and under Free
Museum Members Free

University of Utah Students*, Faculty and Staff with Valid ID - Free

 

Phone
801.581.4303
Location

40.764175, -111.823197

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