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Top-Empfehlungen von Einheimischen für Museen

Historische Stätte
“A must see in downtown! Come learn about the history of the city and the Latter Day Saints. The visitor center is a good place to start. ”
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History Museum
“The Natural History Museum of Utah provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the unique geography, earth science, history, and native cultures of Utah’s past. With 10 permanent exhibits, the museum provides both interpretive and interactive educational experiences to its many visitors. Exhibitions include Past Worlds of Utah, depicting the area’s progression over the past 500 million years and the Great Salt Lake, which provides interactive opportunities to touch, smell, and even taste the unique qualities of the epic lake. The First Peoples Exhibit reflects on the prehistoric populations that once lived in Utah, while the Native Voices segment illustrates the first five nations of Native American peoples in Utah. Six additional exhibits, along with varying seasonal displays, expand on additional topics.”
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“The Leonardo, located in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, United States is a science and art museum where visitors can explore the ways that science, technology, art, and creativity connect. The museum opened its doors on October 8, 2011.”
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History Museum
“Historic education about the first settlers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saints. Beautiful gardens. Free”
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History Museum
“During Christmas the have the Temple decorated in lights and it is absolutely stunning to see in person.”
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“The Clark Planetarium provides a variety of opportunities for educational learning and entertainment within their multidimensional complex. A free hall of educational and interactive exhibits greets visitors, and it contains information on the solar system, space exploration, and planet Earth. Within the Hanson Dome, visitors can experience 360-degree immersed screenings of a variety of short educational films. Illustrating numerous space related topics like black holes, space travel, and astronauts, these videos are shown throughout the day. For another sensory experience, music coordinated lightshows are also available, featuring epic accompanying tunes. Dark Side of the Moon, Led Zeppelin, U2 and other artists provide the soundtracks for these exciting features. One of the best things to do in Salt Lake City with kids, the Planetarium also features an IMAX theatre, which screens a rotating selection of feature films.”
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“410 Campus Center Drive- Located on The University of Utah campus, this museum features local, national and international artists. Often has special exhibits.”
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“Since its founding 1931, UMOCA has been a driving force for creating and nurturing the local art scene. Utah’s only contemporary art museum provides education and lectures to help local artists grow and succeed. The museum’s galleries showcase rotating exhibitions by local, national and international contemporary artists.”
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Science Museum
“444 W 100 S- An interactive Museum that is fun for the whole family, but especially the youngsters.”
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“Visit the museum to discover and learn more about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There are many exhibits and programs offered.”
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History Museum
“Massive manor housing paintings, photos, manuscripts & memorabilia from Utah's earliest founders. The Pioneer Memorial Museum is the final resting place for many of the objects Mormon pioneers carried with them on their westward journey from Nauvoo, Ill. ”
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“The Beehive house was constructed in 1854, two years before the neighboring Lion House was built (also a residence of Young's). Both homes are one block east of the Salt Lake Temple and Temple Square on South Temple street in Salt Lake City, Utah. The home was designed by Young's brother-in-law and architect of the Salt Lake Temple, Truman O. Angell, who also designed the Lion House. It was constructed of adobe and sandstone. Young was a polygamist, and the Beehive House was designed to accommodate his large family. The Lion House also became his official residence as governor of Utah Territory and president of the LDS Church. Upon its completion, Young briefly shared the Beehive House with”
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“See historic Salt Lake City, one of the most beautiful cities in the world.”
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“The location of Utah's founding. Great history and monuments. Also hosting Christmas Markets and Pioneer experiences such as CANDLE MAKING, LEATHER MAKING. and a PETTING Zoo”
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