Located in a little town called Midway is a volcanic crater that has filled with geothermal water that has been super-heated by lava below the earth’s surface. Connected to the crater is a cave with a 20 foot opening in the ceiling that will let in the sunlight and the moonlight. Inside this cave ... Read More
Due to the Greatest Snow on Earth...there are ten, world-class ski resorts within an hour’s drive from Salt Lake City’s International Airport. In the winter, Utah’s mountains average over 500 inches of snowfall. One of the snowiest places in the world is Alta Ski Resort in Cottonwood Canyon. I... Read More
The Hindu temple, Sri Sri Radha Krishna, is host to one of the world’s largest color festivals. Since the temple opened, it has attracted devotees, seekers, and the merely curious to participate in the annual Holi Festival, known as the Festival of Colors. It is one of the largest such festivals... Read More
For anyone who has a love of classic rock or modern rock music, this show will change the way you feel about fog, lasers and teenage hipsters attempting to DJ. The Clark Planetarium in Salt Lake puts on several music themed shows during the weekend in their dome theater. Some are a mix of classic ... Read More
Every year at the end of January, the stars collide, as Hollywood’s elite converge in Park City, Utah for the largest, independent film festival in the United States. The organizational founders brought in Robert Redford, a retired actor, director and producer to be a chairman. In 1985, Redford’s ... Read More
This is a unique way to cool off on a hot summer day. It is so shallow you will have to walk out hundreds of feet into the lake until you get to the water that is deep enough for floating. Slowly, sit back like you are sitting in a chair and the next thing you know, you are floating in one of the... Read More
Logic says that when you stop on a hill, put your car in neutral, your car will roll forward. Not so on Salt Lake City’s Gravity Hill, located a few blocks north by northeast of Utah’s State Capitol building.
The street on this hill forms an optical illusion because of the way the road sits next... Read More
Welcome to Bonneville Salt Flats, a land of salt by a lake of salt and one of the fastest auto, truck and motorcycle race tracks in the world. Imagine a place so flat you seem to see the curvature of the planet, so barren not even the simplest life forms can exist. This 30,000 acre area of hard, w... Read More
Dress in your fanciest clothes, put on your best manners and bring along your favorite people for an afternoon of elegance in the heart of Salt Lake City. Relax to the strains of salon music as you settle into the luxurious Lobby Lounge for an indulgent brunch of exotic teas or cocoas and deliciou... Read More
Immerse yourself in 35 acres of enchantment in the heart of Salt Lake City. Experiencing the history, architecture, gardens, art and the free cultural events on Temple Square will be an unforgettable experience. Temple Square is also home to the 360-member, all volunteer, Tabernacle Choir at Templ... Read More
Founded on July 24, 1847 by a group consisting of 143 men, 3 women and 2 children, they established the first, permanent non-Native American settlement in the valley. These pioneers were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and their leader was Brigham Young.
They traveled ... Read More