Things to do in Salt Lake City
We hope you leave time to explore the many things to do in Salt Lake City.
Our hotel is centrally located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City - just four blocks from LDS Tempe Square and great downtown shopping. Enjoy complimentary shuttle transportation from our hotel to the surrounding area and the Salt Lake City International Airport. When you stay at the Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel you will be minutes away from world-class ski resorts and golf courses.
Downtown Farmers' Market 20th Anniversary: Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Salt Lake City Farmers' Market and experience all the things that make it great, including great local food, live music, art, food producers, supporters plus the release of a special Market brew from Squatter.
Transit of Venus: Come to the Natural History Museum of Utah for a once in a lifetime experience. Watch through special sun-safe telescopes as Venus passes directly between the sun and Earth.
Liberty Days: Celebrate the birth of our nation at Heritage Park. Plan a picnic and enjoy events and games designed for your little ones - and older ones, too.
Thirst Fursday: Salt Lake City has a rich pub and microbrew tradition, and this "First Thursday" pub crawl was created to showcase the different brews available to pub patrons in Salt Lake City.
43rd Annual Kimball Arts Festival: Support arts & culture in Utah, and see some fantastic art, at the Kimball Arts Festival, an annual fundraiser that supports the Kimball Arts Center in Park City, Utah.
International Days: The Worldwide Association of Performing Artists presents International Days, a festival of music that brings dancers and musicians from Colombia, Costa Rica, France, India and Russia to the South Jordan area.
Salute to Youth: Join the Utah Symphony in honoring the next generation of great classical musicians as the youngest soloists in Utah take to the stage to perform classical pieces.
India Fest: Now entering its 26th year, Salt Lake City's India Fest brings a taste of India to Utah.
Haunted Rainforest: The Living Aquarium's rainforest environment gets a spooky makeover for Halloween. This is a fantastic alternative to regular haunted houses, as you'll actually learn something while getting spooked.
Halloween Hi-jinks: The Utah Symphony tackles spooky scores and scary soundtracks in this Halloween event that's a real classic.
Movable Books: This class at the University of Utah focuses on book-binding as an art form.
8-bit Modern: Artist Michael Whiting takes the pixel art made popular by the 8-bit era of video games and uses it to create modern, 3-D sculptures.
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