Make the most of your time in the city.
Stay close to popular Salt Lake City attractions at the Sheraton Salt Lake City, conveniently located in the heart of the downtown entertainment and business district. Salt Lake City has a compact downtown area with easy-to-walk streets and a free light rail, with a stop just one block from the hotel. The city's best known attraction, Temple Square, is located only seven blocks from the hotel. This is a great starting off point for a walking tour of the best of Salt Lake City attractions including Mormon historical sites, parks and entertainment venues.
|Temple Square (7 blocks)
Gracing the downtown Salt Lake City skyline, the 6-spired Salt Lake Temple is at the heart of the 10-acre Temple Square. A must-see Salt Lake City attraction for every visitor, Temple Square comprises the domed Tabernacle, home to the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Assembly Hall, where free concerts are available almost every weekend, as well as two Visitor Centers and beautifully landscaped gardens. Visitors can enjoy free guided tours that occur every 30 minutes at the flagpole in over 30 languages.
|Joseph Smith Memorial Building
Visitors to this attraction can view a film depicting the immigration of the Mormon pioneers or use the FamilySearch Center computers to track your ancestors, if you're from the Salt Lake City area.
|Family History Library
Founded in 1894 to gather genealogical records and assist members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with their family history and genealogical research, this is now the largest library of its kind in the world. Experienced guides and genealogists can help you with your research, which is free and open to the public.
|Pioneer Memorial Museum
The Pioneer Memorial Museum contains many treasures of the first settlers in Utah. Memory Grove Park is right next door. Nearby are the ZCMI Center, America's first department store, and the Gateway Center mall.
|Utah State Capital
The State Capitol has been one of Utah’s most prominent landmarks since its opening in 1916. Designed by local architect Richard K. A. Kletting, the Capitol is home to state government.
|City Creek Center (7 blocks)
Located across the street from Temple Square in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City is the new mixed-use, indoor-outdoor City Creek Center. Enjoy a picturesque shopping mall with winding creeks and water features, natural settings and art installations throughout along with over 90 retail stores and restaurants.
One of the city's most popular parks, explore the grounds and the exhibits at Tracy Aviary and the Chase Home Museum of Folk Art.
|Broadway Centre Theatre
Broadway theater serves as Salt Lake Film Society’s primary venue for first-run film exhibition. The theater plays host to more than 100 independent narrative, documentary and international films annually.
The Gallivan Center features a grassy amphitheater, updated ice rink system, and a party and meeting facility. The Center is a comfortable and fun place to enjoy activities, such as festivals, concerts, cultural performances, holiday celebrations and weddings
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