• Church History Museum

    The Church History Museum is the premier museum operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and is opposite the west gates of the church’s Temple Square. Until November 2008, it was called the Museum of Church History and Art.

  • The Beehive House

    The Beehive House was one of the official residences of Brigham Young, the second president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Beehive House gets its name from the beehive sculpture atop the house.

  • Antelope Island State Park

    Antelope Island State Park is a Utah state park on Antelope Island in the Great Salt Lake. The 28,800-acre park is in Davis County, Utah. It is open for year-round recreation and features an abundant wildlife population, including one of the largest free roaming herds of American bison in the Read more [...]

  • Millcreek Canyon

    Millcreek Canyon is a canyon in the Wasatch Mountains and part of Millcreek City on the east side of the Salt Lake Valley, Utah. It is a popular recreation area both in the summer and in the winter. It was named after all the mills that were once located in Read more [...]

  • Clark Planetarium

    The Clark Planetarium is situated within The Gateway at the intersection of 400 West and 100 South in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The Clark Planetarium opened in April 2003, replacing the historic Hansen Planetarium under a grant from the Clark Foundation in cooperation with Salt Lake County.

  • Liberty Park

    Liberty Park is a popular public urban park in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the city’s second-largest public park, at 80 acres, being surpassed only by Sugarhouse Park which has 110.5 acres. The park features a pond with two islands, and is also the location of Tracy Aviary.