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Clark Planetarium, Salt Lake City

4.2
#2 of 14 in Childrens Museums in Utah
Located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, Clark Planetarium explores the wonders of space and science through state-of-the art theatres, free exhibits and the Planet Fun Store. Clark Planetarium is a Division of Salt Lake County.
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  • Ap. 2019- Took a day off from mountains because it was raining. This was the E Ticket!! We loved this place! Lots of Very High Tech interactive video games and activities. You can protect Earth from a...  more »
  • Raining, or bad weather, go to the Planetarium, they remodelled, and is more fun to do things, specially for kids, do together a treasure hunt and see one or more shows, the shows cost money, and are ...  more »
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  • Seriously an awesome place. It is free to walk around and has so many fun things to do and look at for free. The movies cost . The movies are educational and the workers give some good info before the film starts and are always willing to answer questions. They have a great gift shop and the prices aren't too bad. I think kids and adults of all ages would enjoy this place. There is a parking garage right next to it which makes it easy. I'm it sure what parking costs. Last time we went was a Sunday and it was free. They have a little food place but they o ly have a few things. Nachos popcorn, ice cream and pop. Not much else but there are restaurants around that you could go to if you wanted something more. This is a great place to take your family and essentially for free. Love it.
  • Holy cow, this place is great! Every display is engaging! I wish it had a little bit better flow; the weather exhibits seemed thrown in randomly. And they could probably use some noise canceling foam on some of the walls, because it got LOUD. Other than that, we enjoyed our visit very much. My kid's favorite part was the Io room, with a surface like one of the moons of Jupiter, including being able to give a land rover commands, similar to the ones used by NASA. We were visiting Salt Lake for a week and went twice! So much fun, we will be back!

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