WHEN: Friday, March 6 from 10:00 am to 11:30
WHERE: Location: Natural History Museum of Utah 301 Wakara Way Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
WHAT: The Natural History Museum of Utah is the biggest collection of Utah history, artifacts, and exhibits in the state. Visitors can view massive dinosaur fossils, Native American artifacts, gem and mineral collections, living creatures of Utah, and many other exhibits.
The special exhibit that is currently available is Meet Your Neighbors. Nature is thriving right under our noses in Utah’s cities and towns. Come meet the wild plants and animals that share our communities in Nature All Around Us, a special exhibition celebrating the Natural History Museum of Utah’s 50th anniversary.
This activity is limited to 40 students; grades 7-12 are welcome. You must bring your student ID and RSVP on the form to attend.
Please complete THIS FORM to sign up for the activity:
Parents and siblings are welcome to attend the museum, but will not be part of the group, and will be required to pay admission.
Parents need to pick all students up by 11:30!