Museum of Creativity and Innovation
Leonardo da Vinci was an artist, an engineer, a scientist, an architect, a musician and a humanitarian, among many other things. One of his most important skills was learning how to learn. Consequently, Leonardo’s famous curiosity was a more important tool than his paintbrush. By experimenting, questioning, and exploring the world around him, he asked questions nobody had ever asked before. Above all, he found answers nobody found before him. He made no distinction between art and science and saw the interconnectedness of all things.
The Leonardo is a non-profit community-powered museum which opened in 2011.
Once home to the Salt Lake City Public Library, The Leonardo’s downtown location has served the people of the Wasatch Front for nearly 50 years. As a result, The Leonardo is tremendously proud to carry on the legacy of community learning and invites you to become a part of our unique community powered museum experience.