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A must see in downtown! Come learn about the history of the city and the Latter Day Saints. The visitor center is a good place to start.
The awe-inspiring Temple Square stands out as the focal point of downtown Salt Lake City. Serving as the headquarters and epicenter of the LDS Church, Temple Square welcomes visitors of any background who are interested in viewing the exquisite architecture and learning more about the Mormon…
What else do you do in Utah but go to temple square and see the beautiful temple grounds!
Beautiful place in middle of down town. With Visitor centers, tours, concerts, Historic sites, and great places to eat around there.
Colorful gardens, Visitor center, SLC Temple. Near City Creek Mall and many Restaurants.
Utah is the headquarters for the church of Jesus Christ of ladder day saints. The architect of the salt lake temple is something to admire. Stroll around the peaceful grounds.
Come and see why people from all over the world are drawn here by the thousands. Come and feel the beautiful spirit of Temple Square, operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints. 2 Inspiring Visitor's Centers feature beautiful displays and pictures of Christ, scriptures, and ancient…
Experience the beautiful landscape and historic buildings of Salt Lake City's Temple Square - one of Utah's top tourist attractions.
Even if you are not LDS, Temple Square has beautiful buildings and grounds. Make sure to see Space Jesus!
50 North Temple- Gorgeous grounds and buildings including the original Salt Lake Mormon Temple and adjacent Tabernacle. Utah's number one tourist attraction.
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“A downtown destination with all of the mall essentials you've come to expect at an upscale American mall. The kids will love the Disney Store... you'll love the indoor-outdoor feel and super sunny corridors. ”
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“The Natural History Museum of Utah provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the unique geography, earth science, history, and native cultures of Utah’s past. With 10 permanent exhibits, the museum provides both interpretive and interactive educational experiences to its many visitors. Exhibitions include Past Worlds of Utah, depicting the area’s progression over the past 500 million years and the Great Salt Lake, which provides interactive opportunities to touch, smell, and even taste the unique qualities of the epic lake. The First Peoples Exhibit reflects on the prehistoric populations that once lived in Utah, while the Native Voices segment illustrates the first five nations of Native American peoples in Utah. Six additional exhibits, along with varying seasonal displays, expand on additional topics.”
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“2600 Sunnyside Ave- Excellent humane animal displays. Don't miss the monkeys, lions or elephants.”
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“Red Butte Garden is the largest botanical garden in the Intermountain West, with more than 21 acres of developed gardens and five miles of walking and hiking trails. The community-funded space is known for its numerous plant collections and display gardens as well as its education programs and special events. The Garden offers many educational programs including horticulture classes, bird watching, summer camps, art exhibits and Monday Family Nights with music and dance performances.”
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“The Leonardo, located in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, United States is a science and art museum where visitors can explore the ways that science, technology, art, and creativity connect. The museum opened its doors on October 8, 2011.”
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