The Natural History Museum is hosting a Noon Year’s Eve Party for the whole family to enjoy and the kids don’t have to stay up late to celebrate! Ring in the new year at noon instead of midnight with music, special activities, a countdown and an explosion of confetti at the Natural History Museum of Utah. The party will be on Saturday, Dec. 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Rio Tinto Center located at 301 Wakara Way in Salt Lake City.
The first 1,000 children in the door will receive free Party Packs that include a noise maker, hat and a variety of celebratory toys.
Come celebrate out of the cold and spend the day discovering new and interesting objects in their 10 galleries. Be sure to visit the poisonous animals and plants and read the Enchanted Book of Spells at the Museum’s special exhibit, The Power of Poison. Hot chocolate and decorative cookies will be available for $3 each.
Visitors will receive a 10% discount at the Museum Store and Museum members will receive 20% off store purchases.
Noon Year’s Eve is included with the price of regular admission. Tickets can be purchased online at https://nhmu.utah.edu/visit/hours or at the museum. Admission to Noon Year’s Eve is free to members.
For more information, visit https://nhmu.utah.edu/events/NoonYears.
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