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Ancestry.com weekend at The Leonardo

Published August 3, 2012 1:16 pm
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The Leonardo science and art museum in Salt Lake City is celebrating Ancestry.com and the process of researching your family tree this weekend. Learn about the online family history resource and ways to find out more about your ancestors. Haven't been to The Leonardo lately? A few months ago, the museum lowered the cost of adult admission to $9 instead of $14. Children ages 6–17, seniors and students now pay only $7. Children 5 and younger still get free admission. For more information about the museum, go HERE.




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