Downtown SLC is a city with a past. In fact, there are many historical sites in the city.
Visit the Utah Heritage Foundation website for more information on historical walking tours or browse through some of these listings they provided.
The Beehive House was built between 1853 and 1855 and served as home to Brigham Young when he was President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and governor of the Utah Territory. Free tours daily.
Hosts Summer concert events that all can enjoy.
The Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre is one of Salt Lake County’s most beloved buildings and has been a Downtown landmark since 1913. Today the Capitol Theatre serves as the home for Ballet West, Utah Opera, Children’s Dance Theatre, and Broadway Acro ...
Exchange Place exists between Main Street and State Street, and between 300 and 400 South, and includes Mining Exchange, the Federal Building, and the Boston and Newhouse buildings.
The Lion House was built in 1856 by Brigham Young to accommodate his family. It is a perfect spot for your event, combining the premier hospitality of our staff and the history and elegance of the Lion House.
Located in the grand lobby of the old Rio Grande Depot, the Rio Gallery was established as a service to Utah artists, providing a free venue for emerging as well as established artists to collaborate on exhibits and engage the community through art-making ...