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Lower admission to The Leonardo

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Leonor Munoz works on the Hylozoic Ground, an art/science installation at The Leonardo, which opens Saturday in Salt Lake City.

First published May 01 2012 05:04PM
Updated May 1, 2012 05:04PM

Beginning Saturday, May 5, , adult visitors to The Leonardo museum of science, art and innovation will pay $9 admission instead of the usual $14. Children ages 6–17, seniors and students are now just $7. Kids 5 and younger still get in free.

The Leonardo also will continue its $7 admission special on Wednesdays.

The lower pricing comes just in time for the "Think Art – Act Science" and "Fantastic Fabrications" exhibits that open this weekend. And if you haven’t been to The Leo, you’re overdue to experience its on-going art-meets-technology exhibits, including the fascinating artificial life of "Hylozoic Veil," "Dynamic Performance of Nature" that creates a tapestry from weather and seismic reports around the world, "I.D.: What makes you, you?" that explores DNA and others.

The Leonardo, 209 E. 500 South (Library Square), Salt Lake City

For more info: 801-531-9800 or

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