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Provo City Center Temple
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Provo City Center Temple Provo
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Provo
The church has really done an excellent job in restoring and beautifying this historic landmark of downtown Provo, a building that was once the Provo Tabernacle (which burned in a tragic fire some years back).
Close to many other historic sites in downtown Provo - you can make it a walking tour and stop for Rockwell's Ice Cream when you're done.
LDS Conference Center Salt Lake City 1.4 km away
#1 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
The LDS conference center will astound you, from its breathtaking views of the city of Salt Lake to the warm and knowledgeable docents who will give a personal tour to you.
Its interior is finished with beautiful woods, the organ pipes glow, skylights let in natural light, the seats are handsome and comfortable, and each has an unobstructed view.
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Guardsman Pass Scenic Backway Park City
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Park City
Stunning views, expansive forests, aspen colors, wooded summits in the foreground and majestic "bald" summits in the background, all part of the twisting, switchback, narrow road defined as a "scenic" ....
Lot's of snow capped mountains left in June, and a great 1 hour round trip hike to the top of tri county peak from there (just over 10,000 feet at the summit, and a STELLAR view on a clear day).
The Tabernacle Salt Lake City 1.2 km away
#2 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
While staying at the Salt Lake City Plaza Hotel we visited the beautiful Temple Square with all it's historic sites, beautiful gardens & wonderful tour with amazing missionaries.
Pro Tip: - Dress modestly to show respect to this important religious site - If you are curious about the Tabernacle's history, the greeters are happy to help
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Brigham Young University Provo
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Provo
Beautiful grounds with a excellent mountain view!
If you have a gut for a little mountain climbing (right next to the campus), the view is stunning.
Smith's Ballpark Salt Lake City 2.1 km away
#3 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
Great baseball; beautiful view of majestic, snow-capped mountains beyond the outfield, unbelievably nice people everywhere you looked.
Aside from a really cute, quaint stadium with pretty good food options (we had already eaten dinner, so only had the customized ice cream sandwiches which were amazing), the views are amazing.
Cathedral of the Madeleine Salt Lake City 1.2 km away
#4 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
There are also other historical churches and sights with in walking distance.
It is also on the National Register and a Utah Historic Site.
Utah State Capitol Salt Lake City 1.7 km away
#5 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
Much as the US Capitol building dominates the D.C. Sight lines, the Utah State Capitol bldg sits atop State Street and offers an amazing view of the sprawling SLC region from the hill.
One of the best Capitol buildings, excellent interiors and the elevation of the building gives magnificent views of the SLC mountains
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Joseph Smith Memorial Building Salt Lake City 1.1 km away
#6 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
Take the elevator to the top for scenic views of beautiful Salt Lake City and Temple, majestic snow-capped Wasatch Mountains, and fresh air.
Tour the amazing beautiful building, watch a free movie on Jesus Christ, or eat at one of the amazing restaurants on the top floor with a view of Temple Square below.
Temple Square Salt Lake City 1.3 km away
#7 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
Took a walking tour by ourselves, was and amazing space, the North and South visitor centres were awe inspiring and had young people to take you around, great views and courtyard and history was great.
Enjoyed touring the grounds and sights at Temple Square, including the visitors center (young son enjoyed exhibits and videos), Assembly Hall, and stumbling upon the free organ recital at the Tabernacle.
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Park City Main Street Historic District Park City
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Park City
The views are spectacular, weather superb, friendly smiling people every place we visited!
Lots of souvenir shops, restaurants and landmarks that point back to the towns silver mining history.
Union Station Ogden
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Ogden
Four museums in one location for just $5. Very interesting and great views of the mountains as backdrop against historic 25th Street.
Very fun Historical site.
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Wheeler Historic Farm Salt Lake City 14.1 km away
#8 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
It has trails and camping sites as well as visitors are able to see how a farm is run and see animals and vegetables as they are on farms throughout the West.
After they made it a Historic Site and renovated it to the original buildings and grounds it has been a fantastic place to take our 26 grandchildren to experience the past.
Salt Lake Temple Salt Lake City 1.2 km away
#9 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
Enjoy one of the many friendly tours (in many languages), enjoy the surroundings on your own, or find some peaceful solitude in one of the many side gardens found among the inspiring views of the House of the Lord.
It is worth going to view up-close and personal the outside of this historic building built by pioneers who mined the granite many miles away and cut the stones perfectly to make this grand edifice.
Utah State University Logan
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Logan
Beautiful landscaping and spectacular views, the campus is a great place for walking tours.
Beautiful campus and great view of the mountains.
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Historic 25th Street Ogden
#2 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Ogden
Spend a Saturday afternoon wandering and enjoying the sights, sounds and flavors of Ogden's Historic 25th Street.
Unable to get any information, I googled it and found the very cool history on a heritage Utah government site.
This is the Place Heritage Park Salt Lake City 6.0 km away
#10 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
From the top of the trail there is an incredible view of the Salt Lake valley and the Great Salt Lake.
Impressive and informative site depicting life of early Mormon pioneers
LDS Tabernacle Logan
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Logan
Of course, the initial view could only come through the eyes of one who had visited downtown Logan frequently both as a child and again as a young married mother with children: remembering a quiet afternoon sittin...
A beautiful and historic site to visit
RioTinto Stadium Sandy
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Sandy
The view of the field is superb from every seat, parking is easy and the food offerings inside are better than anywhere I've ever watched a game.
We love this stadium for REAL Salt Lake games and the views are gorgeous!
Vivint Smart Home Arena Salt Lake City 1.4 km away
#11 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
Concerts are exciting with great views from any angle, plenty of selections for food, drinks, and souvenirs during events.
It really is an experience to get a court view, the sound effects and screen projection are at another level.
Logan Canyon Scenic Drive Logan
#3 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Logan
Used to fish the Logan River years ago, still breathtaking views and a nice quiet place to visit.
Many camp sites along the way with many spots for stopping and viewing.
Great Salt Lake Salt Lake City 27.4 km away
#12 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
It is serene with the best views, has beaches, camping if you want it, historic ranch, amazing hikes, and the topography is so interesting.
Along with the wildlife the view is spectacular, and the small hikes we completed gave us plenty of opportunity for some fresh air and exercise.
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Beehive House Salt Lake City 1.1 km away
#13 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
This is in the middle of downtown SLC, has lovely gardens and is adjacent to many other local sights.
Learn how people lived and view period furnishings.
Assembly Hall Salt Lake City 1.2 km away
#14 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
The craftsmanship of the enormous pipe organ, carved dais, column supported balcony, and beautifully carved ceiling are worth stopping in to view.
Tours are available for explanation of the entire site including the Assembly Hall.
Logan Utah Temple Logan
#4 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Logan
Outside, the landscaping is beautiful and this a nice view of the valley from a patio and bench on the east side of the temple that we hadn't seen before.
Gorgeous views of it at night and up from Utah state.
Cold Springs Trout Farm Ogden
#3 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Ogden
The large covered Bowery offered plenty of shaded seating while a beautiful patio added more seating with a view.
Maverik Center West Valley City
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in West Valley City
I called the number on the Grizzly site, Adam was so nice and helpful, he picked out seats for us which were terrific and explained a lot to us ahead of time, he left out the $8 parking fee though.
Church Office Building Salt Lake City 1.2 km away
#15 of 41 Sights & Landmarks in Salt Lake City
We knew from a previous trip that the church office building would be a must to see the lights around Temple Square during our trip.. Amazing views!!
A fantastic view and knowledgeable guides
The Real UP House Herriman 29.8 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Herriman
Silver Lake Brighton 15.8 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Brighton
The view was breathtaking and it was the only time that I have been able to capture the beauty of landscape in a phot that equates to the naked eye.
The views across and around the lake were magical.