Kids are naturally filled with curiosity! Their minds want to know how things work, why things are the way they are – it’s a fantastic trait for kids to have! Just as well the Museum of Natural Curiosity was created in Utah!
This newly built museum has over 400 (yep – 400!) interactive experiences for kids, which means on each visit there will always be plenty of adventure!
Kids – want to spend the day exploring ancient ruins in the fabulous and mysterious rainforest? You can even explore a 45ft tall monkey head! Pretty amazing! You can explore the sun, the wind and the water at the Water Works exhibit, or really learn about nature at the Discovery Center.
Ever heard of a town IN a museum? Well – now you have! Kidopolis is an entire town built just for kids! Secret passages are waiting to be explored….and magic tricks are waiting to be performed! Choo Choo – kids, get that conductor hat on, because there is a locomotive that is waiting for you!
Cogs, wheels, machinery….has to be Archemedies Playground! Kids can immerse themselves in the wonderful world of mechanics with six fun machines to explore.
From the Imagination Gallery to the Dickson Academy classrooms, there are endless options for those curious minds! It’s also a great way for kids to learn while they play – they will never know it’s an educational day out!
The Museum of Natural Curiosity also has events on across the year, covering topics like Curious Critters, and farm life, where kids can really get a chance for deeper learning and lots of question answering!
If you take the I-15 and exit 284 in Lehi, head west on Clubhouse Drive. Go across the bridge and turn right on Garden Drive. They are number 3605!Get directions
$17 (Ages 3 - 12), $19 (Ages 13 to 24)
$21 seniors. Free for members
There are plenty of places to enjoy something to eat in the area!
Try out the high ropes course at the museum! It's an extra charge to admission, but it's super fun!
Give them a call to ask about accessibility!
Make sure you allocate a few hours here - there is so much to see and kids will want to spend decent time at each exhibit!