ST. GEORGE, Utah (ABC4) — Kids and families can plan for a day of fun at the St. George Children’s Museum free of charge, thanks to Utah Tech University.

The children’s museum will be partnering with Utah Tech to offer free admission on Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Children and families will be able to enjoy everything in the museum including interactive exhibits and added activities provided by Utah Tech University students.

Throughout the day, Utah Tech students will host several activities for families of all ages, including dance lessons, a scavenger hunt and bingo with plenty of prizes to give away.

“I’m excited for Utah Tech Day because it’s a great opportunity for students to volunteer in the community while also representing their school and what they are most passionate about,” said event coordinator and Utah Tech Student Association youth support service leader Baylie Booth. “It also helps students connect with the future generation of trailblazers to spread the trailblazer spirit.”

Located at 86 South Main Street, the St. George Children’s Museum occupies the building where Utah Tech University was initially housed.

“The St. George Children’s Museum holds a special place to us as the original home of Utah Tech University,” said Utah Tech Vice President of Marketing and Communication Dr. Jordan Sharp. “As a thank you for all our community does for our students and institution, we invite everyone to come to experience the Trailblazer Nation room and all the museum has to offer.”

To learn more about the event, including a schedule of events, visit the event’s Facebook page, here.