Press Release: Family Night at The Leonardo Begins!
APRIL 28, 2017 (SALT LAKE CITY, UT) – In Utah, family is of the utmost importance. We place a huge value on time with family so we can have shared experiences that build relationships and strengthen common values. Family Night is also a time for education and fun. This Monday, The Leonardo will host its first ever Family Night to do just that—educate families while they have fun and build lasting connections between each other.
Family Night is built in partnership with FamilyShare.com, one of the world’s largest websites for families. This partnership is designed to help families find fun things to do together without breaking the budget. That’s why Family Night is only $20 for the entire family to come to the museum—no matter the size.
“Family Night is something we’re really excited about,” said Andrew Parker, Chief Marketing Officer for The Leonardo. “We know that Monday night in Utah is family night and we wanted to offer something to the community that would make it easy for them to plan a family night. After all, if all you have to do is hop in the car and come down to the museum for a full night of fun, there really isn’t anything better than that.”
This first Family Night at The Leonardo offers a ton of activities for kids of all ages. There will be live lightsaber duels, a Virtual Reality station, $1.50 pizza specials, balloon artists and much more. The Leonardo will also have available all of their original exhibits including FLIGHT, PERCEPTION and ALIEN WORLDS and ANDROIDS.
Family Night will take place at The Leonardo Museum in downtown Salt Lake City on May 1st from 5pm-9pm. Tickets are available online at www.theleonardo.org.
ABOUT THE LEONARDO
Located in the heart of Salt Lake City, The Leonardo is a one-of-a-kind museum that blends art, science and technology into a cohesive whole. By asking visitors to think like the great artist and engineer, Leonardo Da Vinci, the mission of the museum is to inspire creativity and innovation in people of all ages and backgrounds. For more information, visit www.theleonardo.org.