BYU Museum of Art. I am SO in love with that place- it's free, it's lovely, it's family friendly, & I used to be an Events Planner there.
an awesome exhibit of Islamic Art there. I love Islamic Art but style-wise I was worried that the kids would be bored- it's mostly intricate designs & rugs. But they did an excellent job making it visually lovely & interesting for the kiddos. Syd said it was even better than Trafalga. That's high praise for a six-year-old!
"hands on" section for the kiddos all about Islamic Art & language. It was lovely and they had this large "wishing tree" where you write down your wishes & hang them on the tree.
Syd wished for a scooter. Rob wished for enough money to buy this Scooby-Doo DVD he wants. I wished that I could write a story I'd feel confident enough to share with people. Linc didn't make a wish, but if he had I'm pretty sure it would be to get rid of the terrible gas he's been having. It's bad, people. And there you go, the wishes of the hearts of the Carter family.
BYU Creamery- famous for their HUGE ice cream selection. When I asked Syd & Rob what they wanted for their ice cream they both said, "MINT!" I looked up at the flavors board surprised by... seriously? 4 different types of mint ice cream? Don't even get me started on their chocolate ice cream selections!