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Leonardo museum lowers admission

Published May 4, 2012 11:54 am
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Effective Saturday, May 5, The Leonardo science and art museum in Salt Lake City is lowering the cost of adult admission to $9 instead of $14. Children ages 6–17, seniors and students also will pay a reduced admission price of $7. Children 5 and younger still get free admission. Each Wednesday, the museum offers $7 admission for everyone. For more information about the museum, go HERE.




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