I love learning about space and science. I went to the Hansen Planetarium when I was younger and have great memories of it. I love the dome shows. I like looking at the different science exhibits and learning about space
Driving directions to Clark Planetarium32.0 mi – about 40 minsAmerican Fork Jr High SchoolAmerican Fork, UT 84003 1.Head west on W 1120 N toward N 120 W/N 120 W Cir0.2 mi 2.Take the 1st left onto N 150 W St0.6 mi 3.Take the 3rd right onto W 700 N St1.1 mi 4.Turn left at N 6800 W/N 900 W0.3 mi 5.Take the 1st right onto W State St/US-89 N0.3 mi 6.Turn left at E Main St0.3 mi 7.Turn right to merge onto I-15 N toward Salt Lake27.5 mi 8.Take exit 306 to merge onto W 600 S0.8 mi 9.Turn left at S 300 W0.2 mi 10.Take the 1st left onto W 500 S/Cesar E. Chavez Blvd0.1 mi 11.Take the 1st right onto S 400 W/4th WDestination will be on the left0.6 mi Clark Planetarium110 South 400 WestSalt Lake City, UT 84101
In 1965 the Hansen Planetarium was created at 15 south and State Street in downtown SLC In April 2003 it moved to the new Gateway mall. Paid for by the Clark Foundation
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Saturday is Astronomy Day in Utah, with free star parties, demonstrations, hands-on activities for children, the chance to win a free telescope and $1 admission to shows in Clark Planetarium's Hansen Dome Theater. Most of the events are scheduled at Clark Planetarium, which is located in downtown Salt Lake City at The Gateway shopping center. Go HERE for a schedule of events and activities. Also on Saturday, just a couple of blocks away from the planetarium, a fun Utah Archeology Week event is scheduled. Go HERE for more information about that event.HERE
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