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Occupying an impressive limestone structure built in 1905; this interactive museum offers the young and young-at-heart an entertaining look at the universe. An ideal reward for kids who behaved well while touring nearby Temple Square, the museum encourages participation with simulated space flights, star shows and dancing laser lights. Its Hansen Dome Theater boasts of over 200 seats and is the...
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I bought a family membership and the first day almost paid it off. One more visit and it's paid off and then some. My son had a blast, I had a blast, we picked up my wife and she had a blast. Can't wait to come spend a day there again. Concession prices are very decent and the shows are great. Went to two educational and two laser shows. Hope more and different education shows get added later...
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Last night my girlfriend and I paid $9 each to attend the Modern Rock Laser Show at 10:00pm. We both left very disappointed for various reasons. While the DJ's opening remarks were somewhat witty and entertaining, he seemed very unprepared throughout the show. The transitions from song to song were filled with darkness and comments about how the computers weren't...
The Clark Planetarium is situated within the Gateway District at the intersection of 400 West and 100 South in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The Clark Planetarium opened in April 2003, replacing the historic Hansen Planetarium under a grant from the Clark Foundation in cooperation with Salt Lake County.
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