AUSTIN — The science museum of the University of Utah is opening its doors Monday for a limited number of visitors.
The science museum will open to the public at 6 p.m.
Monday at the Discovery Museum and is open on the museum’s main campus and the Discovery Center, both on the west side of campus.
The museum will be open for admission until 4:30 p.f.m., after which admission will be charged.
The museum has been in operation since 1916.
Its first floor will include a full-size exhibit and interactive exhibits.
There will be educational exhibits about the history of science.
The exhibit will include “The Story of Life,” a science documentary.