A WEEK LONG OF HALLOWEEN FUN! OCTOBER 20-28!
Join us for Family Night, October 26th 5:00PM – 9:30PM. There will be extended museum hours and special Halloween programming!
Experience the story of Utah urban planning with our favorite building blocks, LEGO®.
Last Day: October 28th
Discover the mysteries of Flight in our original exhibit.
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Hours and Location
Open Seven Days a Week
209 East 500 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
What our visitors are saying:
What a total surprise. There was so much to do there for the whole family. We spent 2 hours, and missed a third of the museum. We ended up buying a membership because we know we will back.
We love this museum! There are so many interactive activities for adults and kids. You can learn about science, art, and inventing. They have an exhibit that is always changing about humanism as well. It caters so well–exhibitz that just adults can enjoy, exhibits just for kids, and exhibits for all.
An amazing place for Discovery!
This placed surprised us with how much fun it was. The kids, myself and my sister all enjoyed our time there very much! Definitely a place we look forward to visiting again and will recommend to others.
A museum dedicated to the work of Leonardo DaVinci is an ambitious undertaking. The curator has done a great job bringing together interesting exhibits on art, science and culture. We especially like the exhibit on women. Fun day for the whole family.
This museum was great! The exhibits were great and the restaurant had good food. I highly recommend it.
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The Leonardo Museum of Creativity and Innovation
The Leonardo was opened in 2011 as a non-profit organization. We wanted to create a new kind of museum that combined science, technology, and art in experiences that inspire creativity and innovation in our visitors. By adding several hands-on experiences to the traditional museum experience, we believe we are forging a new way forward in the museum industry.