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Historic Sites
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Historic Temple Square
Salt Lake City was laid out with Temple Square as itsheart. It is located in thecenter of North Temple, West Temple, South Templeand Main Street. In this 10 acre area you will find the Mormon Temple that was built between 1853 and 1893, two large visitor's centers, and the Salt Lake Tabernacle. The public is invited to hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's free weekly Sunday television and radio broadcast in the Tabernacle at 9:30 a.m. (the audience must be seated by 9:15), the Choir's rehearsal every Thursday at 8 p.m., and the organ recital at noon Monday through Saturday and 2:00 p.m. on Sunday. The LDS Conference Center is located just north of Temple Square. (801) 240-2534.

Museum of Church History and Art
Just west of Temple Square is the Museum of Church History and Art. (801) 240-3310. Art exhibits and artifacts related to the L.D.S. church from the mid-1800's to the present are shown.

The Family History Library
The Family History Library is located across the street just west from Temple Square. It is the largest genealogical library in the world and offers millions of original records on film, books, microfilm, and CD.

Brigham Young Monument
Just east of Temple Square is the Brigham Young Monument, a larger-than-life statue of the colonizing church leader. It was erected in 1897.

The Beehive House
Beehive House - Armstrong Mansion bed and breakfastThe Beehive House and the Lion House next door are the homes of early Mormon church president Brigham Young and his family. Tours are offered at the Beehive House which is filled with antiques from that time period and lunch and dinner are served at the Lion House. 67 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City, (801) 240-2672.

The Joseph Smith Memorial Building
Formerly the Hotel Utah. Its lobby has been elegantly restored with a stained glass ceiling and intricate moldings. It is now a community center operated by the LDS church. Tours are offered daily as well as an hour-long film. Free tickets can be obtained by calling (801) 240-4383. The building also has a chapel, a store, two restaurants, a genealogical center, and a great view of the Temple. (801) 240-1266, located at Main and South Temple in Salt Lake City.

Church Office Building
Headquarters for the LDS Church. A magnificent view of Salt Lake City can be viewed from the observation decks on the 26th floor. 801-240-2190. Open Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm (4:30pm during winter months).

This Is The Place Heritage Park
This Is the Place near bed and breakfast in SLCPark includes a huge monument that marks the end of the 1300 mile Mormon Pioneer Trail, and Old Deseret Village, a living history museum that recreates a typical Mormon community between 1847-1869. With more than 40 historic buildings and exciting daily activities, the park offers a delightful mix of education and entertainment. 2601 Sunnyside Ave. (800 South), Salt Lake City, (801) 582-1847.

The Cathedral of the Madeleine
This Roman Catholic church was completed in 1909 and took 9 years to build. The church currently serves as the cathedral of the Diocese of Salt Lake City. Detailed tours are available Sunday afternoons. 331 E. South Temple.

Governor's Mansion
Built in 1902, this mansion has housed many of Utah's governors. Open to the public for free tours Tuesday and Thursday from 2-4pm. 603 E. South Temple.

Utah State Capital
Located on the hill overlooking downtown, this building was constructed between 1912 and 1916, using granite from nearby Little Cotton Canyon. Guided tours of the Capital are given every half-hour from 9am to 4pm, Mon - Fri.

The Historic Heber Valley Railroad
This site has a turn-of-the-century steam engine, which runs regularly scheduled tours year-round. It departs from Heber City and Vivian Park in Provo Canyon. 450 S. 600 West, Heber.

Wheeler Historic Farm
This farm is a restoration of the turn-of-the-century dairy farm of Henry J. Wheeler. It is a representation of the rural lifestyle in salt Lake County from 1890-1920. 6351 S 900 E, open from dawn to dusk. Admission is free, however, some fees apply for events.

Links to websites about Utah history
Utah History to Go | Utah History for Kids | Utah State History



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Children's Museum in SLC is near bed and breakfastChildren's Museum of Utah
A hands-on discovery museum for kids of all ages. Houses 140 interactive exhibits, a puppet theater and daily arts and crafts activities. Offer birthday party packages and special Saturday performances. 444 W. 100 S, Salt Lake City, (801) 456-KIDS.

Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Art
Contemporary Utah folk art. Free concert series held on Monday evenings during August annually. Liberty Park, Salt Lake City, (801) 533-5760.

Classic Cars International Auto Museum
A collection of antique, classic, and special interest autos. Vehicles from 1903 to 1970 are represented. 355 W. 700 South, Salt Lake City, (801) 322-5186, (801) 582-6883.

Museum of Church History and Art
Just west of Temple Square is the Museum of Church History and Art. (801) 240-3310. Art exhibits and artifacts related to the L.D.S. church from the mid-1800's to the present are shown.

Fort Douglas Military Museum
1,500-volume library of military history of Utah and For Douglas, reading room, two cemeteries, guided tours, permanent and temporary exhibits.32 Potter St., Salt Lake City, (801) 588-5188.

Pioneer Memorial Museum
Thousands of artifacts from the late 1800's, hand-made items by pioneers,
photos, quilts, etc. 300 N. Main, Salt Lake City, (801) 538-1050.

Utah State Historical Society Museum
Book and gift shop, permanent and special exhibits, and lectures. 300 Rio Grande, Salt Lake City, (801) 533-3500.

Salt Lake Art Center
Art workshops changing exhibits of contemporary arts, films, performing arts, educational programs and art classes for children and adults. Guided tours. 20 S. West Temple St., Salt Lake City, (801) 328-4201.

Utah Museum of Natural History
Mounted dinosaur skeletons and a fossil mammal exhibit. Extensive collection of artifacts from ancient tribal cultures. Hands-on exhibits. Presidents Circle, 200 S. 1340 East, Salt Lake City, (801) 581-4303.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts
Collection of approximately 15,000 art objects representing world cultures for the past 5,000 years. Lectures, films, musical concerts, and gallery talks. 1530 E. South Campus Dr., Salt Lake City, (801) 581-7049.

The Alpine Art Center
A museum and state-of-the-art foundry offering the unique opportunity to see metal-cast art works in process. An outdoor sculpture park surrounds the art center. Interior galleries include watercolor works, paintings and sculptures. (801) 763-7173. 450 S. Alpine Hwy, Alpine.

Dinosaur Park is attraction near bed and breakfastGeorge S. Eccles Dinosaur Park
Outdoor museum contains pre-historic creatures in a realistic environment, including water moat, volcano, and special above and below ground exhibits. 1544 Park Boulevard, Ogden, (801) 393-3466.

Fort Buenaventura State Park
Exhibits focus on the Mountain Man era. 2450 A Ave, Ogden, (801) 621-4808.

Union Station
A railroad museum, vintage car collection, gem and mineral exhibit, etc. 2501 Wall Ave, Ogden, (801) 629-8444.

Hill Aerospace Museum
One of the largest collections of vintage aircraft in the United States. Guided tours with facts and interesting stories about planes and their pilots. 7961 Wardleigh Rd., Roy, just off I-15 at Roy exit. (801) 777-6868.

 A website list of all museums in Utah



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Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City near bed and breakfastUtah Symphony at Abravanel Hall
Gives concerts year-round. 123 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City, (801) 533-6407 or (801) 533-5626.

Professional Theatre Companies in Salt Lake
Desert Star Playhouse (801) 266-7600; Grand Theatre at Salt Lake Community College (801) 957-3322; Hale Center Theatre (801) 984-9000; Pioneer Theatre Company at the University of Utah, (801) 581-6961; Salt Lake Acting Company, (801) 355-2787; Salt Lake Repertory Theatre (City Rep), (801) 532-6000.

The Utah Opera Company
Performs four world-class productions each season in the Capitol Theatre. Ticket information at (801) 355-2787 or (888) 451-2787.

The Concert Series at Temple Square
Offers a wide variety of music: piano solos operatic selections, symphonies, organ works, etc. All concerts are free and take place at either the Assembly Hall or the Mormon Tabernacle on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7:30 - 8:30. (801) 240-3318 or (800) 537-9703.

Off Broadway Theatre
Family-friendly improv comedy troupe, Laughing Stock presents comedies and parodies. 272 South Main in Salt Lake City, (801) 355-4628.

The Pioneer Theatre
Puts on a variety of popular productions. 300 S. 1340 East, Salt Lake City, (801) 581-6961.

Joseph Smith Memorial Building (formerly Hotel Utah)
Free showing of a spiritually moving film, The Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd. Tickets are free. (801) 240-1266.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir in SLC near bed and breakfastThe Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Salt Lake City, invites the public to their weekly Sunday television and radio broadcast in the Tabernacle on Temple Square at 9:30 a.m. (audience must be in their seats by 9:15). The Choir's rehearsal every Thursday at 8:00 p.m. is also open and free to the public. Organ recitals are held in the Tabernacle at noon Monday through Saturday and at 2:00 p.m. on Sundays.

The University of Utah
The U of U has a symphony orchestra, chamber orchestra, and various opera, ballet, dance, jazz and choral groups that present shows during the school year. Salt Lake City, (801) 581-6773.

The Salt Lake City Arts Council
Sponsors a Twilight Concert Series at the Gallivan Utah Center on Thursdays at 7:30 throughout the summer including blues, jazz, bluegrass, etc. (801) 532-0459.

Red Butte Garden in SLC - near bed and breakfastThe Red Butte Gardens Arboretum
Feature excellent concerts outdoors on Sundays at 6:30 throughout the summer. Wakara Way east of the University of Utah Research Park, Salt Lake City, (801) 581-4747.

The Sundance Film Festival
Presented by the Sundance Institute - premiers the works of independent film makers in Park City during late January; (801) 328-FILM. Additional performances are held in Salt Lake City, Ogden and at Sundance Resort.

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Gateway Mall
400 W. 100 South, Salt Lake City, (801) 456-0000.

Cottonwood Mall
4835 South Highland Dr., Salt Lake City, (801) 278-0416.

The Family Center at Midvalley
I-215 & Redwood Rd., Salt Lake City, (801) 363-5555.

South Towne Center
10450 State St., Sandy, (801) 572-1516.

Gardner Village
1100 W. 7800 S., West Jordan, (801) 566-8903.

Fashion Place
State St. & 6200 S., Murray, (801) 262-9447.

Newgate Mall
3651 Wall Ave., Suite 200, Ogden, (801) 621-1161.

University Mall
State St. & University Parkway, Orem, (801) 224-0810.

Provo Town Centre
1200 Towne Centre Blvd, Provo, (801) 852-2400.

The Shops at Riverwood
4801 N. University Ave., Provo, (801) 802-8430.

Tanger Factory Outlet Center at Park City
6699 North Landmark Drive, Park City, (435) 645-7078.


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Bonneville Golf Course
954 Connor St., SLC, (801) 583-9513.

Forest Dale Golf Course
2375 S. 900 East, SLC, (801) 483-5420.

Glendale Golf Course
1560 W. 2100 South, SLC, (801) 974-2403.

Jordan River Golf Course
1200 N. Redwood Rd., SLC, (801) 533-4527.

Meadow Brook Golf Course
4197 S. 1300 West, SLC, (801) 266-0971.

Mountain Dell Golf Course
Parleys Canyon, SLC, (801) 582-3812.

Nibley Park Golf Course
2780 S. 700 East, SLC, (801) 483-5418.

Old Mill Golf Course
6080 S. Wasatch Blvd, SLC, (810) 424-1302.

Rose Park Golf Course
1386 Redwood Rd., SLC, (801) 596-5030.

University of Utah Golf Course
SLC, (801) 581-6511.

Wingpointe Golf Course
3602 W. 100 North, SLC, (801) 575-2345.

Glenmoor Golf Course
9800 S. 4800 West, South Jordan, (801) 280-1742

Mulligan's South Golf Course
692 W. 10600 S., South Jordan, (801) 254-3377

Fore Lakes Golf Course
1258 W. 4700 South, Murray, (801) 266-8621

Mick Riley Golf Course
421 E. Vine St., Murray, (801) 266-8185

Murray Parkway Golf Course
6345 S. Murray Parkway Ave, Murray, (801) 262-4653

Oquirrh Hills Golf Course
7th & Edgemont Streets, Tooele, (435) 882-4220

Mountain View Golf Course
2400 W. 8660 South, West Jordan, (801) 255-9211

South Mountain Golf Course
1247 East Rambling Road, Draper, (801) 495-0500

River Oaks Golf Course
90th South & 7th West, West Sandy, (801) 253-3673

Stonebridge Golf Course
400 S. Bangerter Highway, West Valley City, (801) 908-7888

West Brook Golf Course
4032 S. 4800 West, West Valley City, (801) 967-1001

West Ridge Golf Course
5055 S. West Ridge Blvd., West Valley City, (801) 966-4653

Riverbend Golf Course
12800 S. 1040 West, Riverton, (801) 253-3673

Eaglewood Golf Course
1110 E. Eaglewood Dr., North Salt Lake, (801) 299-0088

Bountiful Ridge Golf Course
2430 S. Bountiful Blvd, Bountiful, (801) 298-6040

Lakeside Golf Course
1201 N. 1100 W., West Bountiful, (801) 295-1019

Oakridge Country Club
1492 W. Shepard Lane, Farmington, (801) 451-2281

Davis Park Golf Course
1074 E. Nichols Rd., Fruit Heights, (801) 544-0401

Sun Hills Golf Course
3185 N. Northhills Dr., Layton, (801) 771-4814

Swan Lakes Golf Course
850 N. 2200 West, Layton, (801) 546-1045

Valley View Golf Course
2501 E. Gentile, Layton, (801) 546-1630

The Barn Golf Course
305 W. Pleasant View, Ogden, (801) 782-7320

Ben Lomond Golf Course
1600 N. 500 West, Ogden, (801) 782-7754

El Monte Golf Course
1300 Valley Dr., Ogden, (801) 629-8333

Golf City
1400 E. 5600 South, Ogden, (801) 479-3410.

Wolf Creek Golf Course
3900 N. Wolf Creek Cr., Eden (near Ogden), (801) 745-3365

Mt. Ogden Golf Course
3000 Taylor Ave., Ogden, (801) 629-8700

Mulligan's North Golf Course
1690 W. 400 North, Ogden, (801) 392-4653.

Nordic Valley Golf Course
2540 Nordic Valley Way, Eden (near Ogden), (801) 745-9306

Royal Greens Golf Course
2885, W. 5200 South, Roy, (801) 825-3467

Glen Eagle Golf Course
3175 W. 1700 South, Syracuse, (801) 773-GOLF

Schneiters Bluff Golf Course
300 N. 3500 West, West Point, (801) 773-0731

Brigham Willows Golf Course
900 N. Main, Brigham City, (435) 723-5301

Eagle Mountain Golf Course
960 E. 700 South, Brigham City, (435) 723-3212

The Homestead Golf Course
700 N. Homestead Dr., Midway, (801) 654-1102 or (800) 327-7220

Wasatch Mountain State Park
Midway, (801) 654-0532

Park City Golf Course
Park City, (801) 521-2135

Tri-City Golf Course
1400 N. 200 East, American Fork, (801) 756-3594

Thanksgiving Point Golf Course
2095 N. West Frontage Rd., Lehi, (801) 768-7400

Cascade Fairways
1313 E. 800 North, Orem, (801) 225-6677

Seven Peaks Golf Course
1450 E. 500 North, Provo, (801) 375-5155

East Bay Golf Course
1860 S. East Bay Blvd, Provo, (801) 373-6262


Winter Activities
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Utah skiing - near bed and breakfastThe Canyons Resort
(435) 649-5400 or (888) CANYONS. Located west of Park City. The resort offers 2,700 skiable acres, 100 runs and 3,190 feet of vertical drop.

Deer Valley Resort
(435) 649-1000 Located in Park City. It offers 1,750 skiable acres, 84 runs and 3,000 feet of vertical drop.

Park City Mountain Resort
(435) 649-8111 or (800) 222-PARK. The resort offers 3,000 skiable acres, 97 runs and 3,100 feet of vertical drop.

Sundance Resort
(a little more than 45 minutes away). The resort offers 450 skiable acres, 41 runs and 2,150 feet of vertical drop.

Alta Ski Area
(801) 359-1078. Located in Little Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City. The resort offers 2,200 skiable acres, 40 runs, and 2,020 feet of vertical drop.

Brighton Ski Resort
(801) 532-4731 or (800) 873-5512. Located up Big Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City. The oldest ski resort in Utah and features 850 skiable acres, 64 runs and 1,745 feet of vertical drop.

Skiing in utah - near bed and breakfastSnowbird Ski and Summer Resort
(801) 742-2222 or (800) 385-2002. Located in Little Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City. The resort offers over 2,500 skiable acres, 66 runs and 3,240 feet of vertical drop.

Solitude Ski Resort
(801) 534-1400 or (800) 748-4SKI. Located in Big Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City. The resort offers 2,200 skiable acres, 63 runs and 2,047 feet of vertical drop.

Wolf Mountain Ski Resort
(801) 745-3511, Located in Eden near Ogden. The resort offers 85 skiable acres, 18 runs and 1,000 feet of vertical drop.

Powder Mountain Ski Resort
(801) 745-3772, Located near Ogden. The resort offers 1,600 skiable acres, 72 runs and 1,300 feet of vertical drop.

Snowbasin Resort
(801) 399-1135. Located near Ogden. The resort offers 1,800 skiable acres, 39 runs and 2,400 fee of vertical drop.


Water Activities

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The Bonneville Sea Base
A good place for snorkeling and scuba diving. The naturally heated saltwater ponds are home to thousands of tropical fish. It is located on state highway 138,five miles west of Grantsville, (435) 884-3874.

Great Salt Lake - near bed and breakfastThe Great Salt Lake
Is popular for sail boating and motorboats.

Strawberry Reservoir
30 miles east of Heber on state highway 40. Fishing, boating, lodging.

Antelope Island State Park
I-15 exit 335 near Layton . Saltwater bathing, bird watching, camping, hiking, biking, horseback riding, picnicking, and viewing wildlife in its natural habitat. There is a boat launching ramp, marina and visitor center.

East Canyon Reservoir
Southeast of Morgan, has boat rentals, camping, and fishing.

Causey Reservoir
East of Ogden, is an excellent canoeing and scuba diving site.

Mantua Reservoir
On US 89 is a favorite for water skiing, boating, fishing, and camping.

Pineview Reservoir
In Ogden Valley east of Ogden via state highway 39. Boating & waterskiing.

Willard Bay
A freshwater impoundment adjacent to the Great Salt Lake, and 10 miles north of Ogden. Boating, rentals, fishing, picnicking, wildlife watching, and camping.

Jordanelle Reservoir
Located between park City and Heber City. Great for boating and fishing.

Deer Creek Reservoir
Top of Provo Canyon in Heber Valley. Boating, sailing, and windsurfing.

Utah Lake State Park
West of Provo is a favorite for boating and waterskiing. (801) 435-375-0733.

Jordan River
West side of Salt Lake City and is popular for canoeing.

Rockport Reservoir
South of Wanship off I-80, boating and scuba diving.

Cherry Hill Recreation Park
1325 South Main, Kaysville, (801) 451-5379, has a water park, hiking, camping, batting cages, a miniature golf course, group pavilions, a restaurant, and play area. Fun for the whole family.

Seven Peaks Water Park
1334 E. 300 N., Provo, (801) 377-4700, is the largest water park in the state. They have thrilling water slides for all ages, a giant wave pool, concessions, and a gift shop.

Raging Waters
1700 S. 1200 W., Salt Lake City, (801) 972-3300, is a fun water park for the whole family.


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The Red Butte Gardens Arboretum
Amazing gardens with flowers and wildlife. Wakara Way east of the University of Utah Research Park, Salt Lake City, (801) 581-4747.

Mueller Park
1800 S., then east, Bountiful. Hike, bike, picnic, grills.

Crystal Hot Springs
8215 N. State Route 69, Brigham City, (435) 279-8104, are naturally created pools of warm spring water, year-round favorites for swimming and soaking.

East Mountain Wilderness Park
400 N. Highway 89, northeast of Animal Control, Kaysville. Hiking, bike trails, wildlife, joins Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

Fernwood Park
Cherry Lane & Highway 89, east to Valley View Dr., right on 2000 N., right on Fernwood Dr., Layton. Hiking, picnics, firepits, restrooms.

Park City Mountain Resort
(435) 649-8111 offers in the summer the Alpine Slide (a luge-style sled track that sweeps 3,000 feet down the mountainside), Silver Putt Miniature Golf, and the Little Miners Park playground.

Ice Climbing
"Stairway to Heaven, Bridal Veil Falls Provo Canyon. A favorite to ice climbers world-wide.

Antelope Island State Park
Salt Lake, (801) 773-2941 features beaches, white sand, showers, grills, hiking & biking trails, and a visitor's center with art displays, exhibits, and gift shop.


Local Events

utah bed and breakfastAlpine Days - Alpine - August

Steel Days - American Fork - July (801) 763-3000

Highland Fling - Highland - August

Lehi Roundup Rodeo - Lehi - June

Utah Scottish Association Events - Lehi - Thanksgiving Point - June

The Ogden Greek Festival - Ogden - September

Ogden Pioneer Days - Ogden - July

Summerfest - Orem - June

Timpanogos Storytelling Festival - Orem - August

Strawberry Days - Pleasant Grove - June

America's Freedom Festival - Provo - June-July

BYU's Annual Jazz Festival - Provo - February

Winterfest - Provo - December

Days of '47 - Salt Lake City - July

Dickens Christmas Festival - Salt Lake City - December

Greek Festival - Salt Lake City - September

Utah Arts Festival - Salt Lake City - June

Utah Belly Dance Festival - Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort - August

Utah State Fair - Salt Lake City - September

Art City Days - Springville - June

World Folkfest - Springville - July

Sundance Film Festival - Sundance - January-April


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The Utah Jazz
NBA basketball team. Play in Salt Lake City at the Energy Solutions Arena, 301 W. South Temple. (801) 355-DUNK.

Utah Blaze
Arena Football League team. Play in Salt Lake City at the Energy Solutions Arena, 301 W. South Temple. (801) 257-3111.

Real Salt Lake
MLS soccer team. Play in newly constructed stadium in Sandy. (801) 924-8585.

Salt Lake Bees
Triple-A minor league baseball team. Play in Franklin Covey Field in Salt Lake City. (801) 325-SEAT

Utah Grizzlies
ECHL hockey team. Play at the E Center in West Valley.


bed and breakfast in salt lake city utahThe Peppermint Place
188 N Main St.., Alpine, (801) 756-7400. A candy factory offering tours and samples. Creative and decorative candy. Also features a gift shop.

Timpanogos Cave Utah - bed and breakfastTimpanogos Cave National Monument
Rt. 3, American Fork, summer (801) 756-5238, winter (801) 756-5239. The cave has three caverns and can be reached via a 1.5 mile hike (strenuous) up the mountain. Plan on at least 3 hours round-trip. Tours are available with ticket purchase.

Thanksgiving Point
adjacent to I-15 at Lehi, is a huge community gathering place. They feature gift shops, a restaurant, an agricultural learning center with an animal park and expansive vegetable, flower gardens on display throughout the growing season; a golf course and a huge Dinosaur museum.

Kennecott (Bingham) Copper Mine
25 miles southwest of Salt Lake City in Magna, (801) 252-3234. It is the world's largest man-made excavation and the first open-pit copper mine. The observation deck, accessible via 7800 South, is open April through October. This mine can be seen from outer space.

The Ogden Nature Center
966 W. 12th St., (801) 621-7595, is a wildlife sanctuary with indoor and outdoor activities.

Bridal Veil Falls
located just 4 miles up Provo Canyon, is one of Utah's most recognizable landmarks. Double cataract waterfalls drop 607 feet and can be seen from a scenic highway pull-out or by taking an exit to where run-off from the falls meets the Provo River below. A favorite for summer hiking.

The Clark Planetarium
110 S. 400 W., Salt Lake City, (801) 538-2098, offers star shows, exhibits, andlaser/music shows.

Hogle Zoo in SLC utah - near bed and breakfastThe Hogle Zoo
2600 Sunnyside Ave., Salt Lake City, (801) 582-1631, has over 800 animals, a train depot, an events pavilion and a gift shop.

The Tracy Aviary
589 East 1300 South, Salt Lake City, (801) 596-8500, is the nation's oldest public aviary. This bird park hosts a collection of 400 birds representing 130 species. They offer a bird show in the summer and hand feed colorful parrots at the Lory Walk exhibit. Open year-round.

LDS Conference Center
North Temple across from Temple Square in Salt Lake City. This large assembly hall seats over 21,000 and has a four-level underground parking structure. Outside and on the roof, there are 4 acres of landscaping, fountains, waterfalls, plants and flora and a 3 acre meadow. Translation facilities for up to 60 languages simultaneously (second only to the United Nations).

The Wheeler Historic Farm
6351 S. 900 E., Salt Lake City, (801) 264-2241 or (801-264-2212. A children's farm-like park with a Chore Tour to help feed the farm animals and milk the cows, with horse drawn hayrides.

The International Peace Gardens
1060 S. 900 W. inside Jordan Park, Salt Lake City, have botanical displays representing 25 countries.

Cathedral of the Madeleine
331 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City. This beautiful Catholic cathedral was built in 1909 and renovated in 1993. It's architecture consists of a predominantly Romanesque exterior with a Gothic interior, and features a 4,066 pipe organ and stained glass windows.

The Great Salt Lake State Park and Marina
I-80, about 15 miles west of Downtown Salt Lake is the home of several hundred sail boats that are used on the Great Salt Lake. There is also a visitor's center.

Memory Grove
135 E. North Temple, Salt Lake City, is a popular place fro a stroll or a jog. Several memorials are located in this park.





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