Utah’s Adventure Family loves to visit museums. We love learning together and often museums provide an environment where we can learn and play together.

There are so many fun museums to visit in Utah. Many are free, too! We share all the information about the different ones that we have visited to help you know which museum will be the best for your family.

Thanksgiving Point: Everything You Need to Know

We live in Lehi and are so lucky to be close to Thanksgiving Point. We have had a membership pass to Thanksgiving Point most of the years that we have lived here because there is so much to do. It is an amazing place for families to visit. Since there is…

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Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum

One of the coolest museums for kids in Salt Lake City is the Discovery Gateway Children's Museum. This museum is built with hands-on, interactive exhibits to encourage play and learning for children. Our boys literally run from place to place and smile the entire time. There is so much to do…

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Big Water Visitor Center | Dinosaurs

On a recent trip to Kanab, we visited the Big Water Visitor Center near Lake Powell. One of our readers told us that this Visitor Center was full of interesting dinosaur fossils, and they were right. If you are in the area, we recommend a quick stop at the Big Water…

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Education in Zion Gallery | BYU

We kept hearing about another BYU museum that we hadn't visited called Education in Zion. This museum is located on campus in the Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB) and it is a unique stop. The focus is on education both spiritually and intellectually at BYU. This museum looks into the idea…

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Utah State Capitol Building

It's no secret that the Utah State Capitol has an amazing walkway that blossoms in the Spring. We've written about the Cherry Blossoms at the Capitol before. The real secret is the free tour that you can take at the Utah State Capitol Building. We took this hour-long tour recently and…

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Polynesian Cultural Center

The Polynesian Cultural Center was created by the LDS Church in 1962. The center provides jobs for students who travel from all over the Pacific Islands to study at the university next door. Students at Brigham Young University Hawaii, present traditional aspects of their cultures included dance, lifestyle, cooking, and dress.…

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