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The Salt Lake Scene

Category - Things to Do

  • Deer Valley

    Summer 2021: Dine Around Deer Valley

    The snow on the slopes has been replaced by wildflowers and summer is in full swing at Deer Valley Resort in Park City. While you may know Deer Valley as one of the premier ski destinations in the country, things do not slow down in the summer. Deer Valley swaps groomers and powder for mountain

  • Don't Miss The Utah Arts Festival

    After taking 2020 off due to COVID, the award-winning Utah Arts Festival is back! This year, join your neighbors to soak up the festival vibes and summer sun at the Festival, August 27th through 29th at Library Square in downtown Salt Lake. Revel in live music, film screenings and the power of Urban

  • Four Under-the-Radar Salt Lake Sports Teams to Root For

    Attending sporting events and cheering on local teams offer exhilarating opportunities to express pride for Salt Lake. While the Utah Jazz and Real Salt Lake compete for glory in the nation’s major sports leagues, many under-the-radar teams also call Utah home. From women’s tackle football to

  • Happy Independence Day, Salt Lake!

    After one of the strangest years in living memory, getting out and celebrating the 4th of July with friends and family is something so many of us are looking forward to. Barbecues, parades, carnivals, and fireworks are all great ways to get out and remember the joys of being with one another and

  • Temple Square Is Reopening to the Public This Summer

    From the Newsroom of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints: Temple Square, one of Utah’s top tourist attractions, will begin a phased reopening on June 14. The Conference Center will be the first to welcome guests, with additional facilities to follow in coming months. As Temple Square

  • Things To Do To Make Your Summer In Salt Lake Fantastic

    With spring and summer upon us, and 2020 finally in the rear view mirror, the world is looking a little brighter. Things are beginning to get back to normal, and everyone is ready to make up for lost time. Finding adventures in Salt Lake has never been a problem, and for this summer, take a look at

  • Spiral Jetty

    Rockets, Rails and Really Good Food

    The Union Pacific met the Central Pacific at Promontory Summit in 1869, tying America together by rail, and you’ve got to wonder if one side didn’t stall a little to make sure they finished in lovely Box Elder. The county was already dotted with all kinds of natural beauty (3 soon-to-be designated

  • Experience the Urban Side of Ski City

    You may come to Salt Lake for the snow, but we promise you’ll want to stay for the city. Booking a trip to Ski City gives you endless options for off days and downtime, so check out these deals on lift tickets and lodging. If you push your quads to the max or are planning a non-skiing day with

  • Friends enjoying starry night while RV camping

    Why an RV is the Ideal Way to Travel for Spring Break

    It’s time to start planning your spring break vacation! With so much uncertainty around travel, many families aren’t sure how to move forward, wondering if they’ll even be able to go on a trip this year. That’s where RVshare comes in. Renting an RV with RVshare provides a safe and exciting way to

  • A Salt Lake Valentine’s Gift Guide

    The holiday filled with hearts, weirdly satisfying chalky candy, and love themed everything is upon us. Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, or even Anti-Valentine’s Day­–however you choose to celebrate, you might be wondering what you’re going to shower your loved ones with, amidst the pandemic. You

  • Celebrate National Plan for Vacation Day

    Sad because your vacation plans were dashed in 2020? We know the perfect antidote: National Plan for Vacation Day, a day set aside by the U.S. Travel Association (USTA) to inspire Americans to plan their vacation for the year on January 26. Get inspired and excited for your future adventures! Even

  • Salt Lake’s LGBTQ Bars

    *Due to COVID-19, some bars may not be operating at full capacity or operating at all. Make sure to check with establishments on their current hours before going. Salt Lake serves as a bastion of progressiveness, playfulness, and pride. In fact, the city's been listed by Advocate magazine as one of

  • Experience The Sundance Film Festival 2021 Virtually!

    The Sundance Film Festival is the largest and most well-known independent film festival based in the United States, and has been based in Utah for more than 40 years. Over the years, the best talent and creative minds in the filmmaking world have taken part in the Festival in one way or another, and

  • 2021 Top Winter Things to Do in Ski City

    It’s news to no one that winter 2020-21 looks a little different than usual. But fortunately, with a tiny bit of creativity, a helping of social-distancing, and an occasional dash of digitization, there’s still plenty to do this winter around Salt Lake. With mountains so lovely, resorts so

  • Solitude Mountain Resort

    Go From Pillow to Powder in Minutes at Solitude

    If you’re a powderhound, there’s no feeling like carving tracks through a fresh helping of Utah’s world-famous powder on a cold winter morning. Solitude Mountain Resort’s 2020/2021 ski season is 132 days long, which means earning the bragging rights of first chair is a rare accomplishment for a

  • Utah Museum of Fine Arts

    Get a fresh outlook at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts

    The Utah Museum of Fine Arts at the University of Utah is one of Salt Lake City’s top attractions, offering hundreds of one-of-a-kind objects to see and plenty of art-inspired things to do. The state’s art museum is filled with dynamic works of art from around the world. Its beautiful galleries are

  • Shops at South Town

    The Shops at South Town, Something for Everyone

    Surprising fact: one of the highest concentrations of locally owned boutique shops in the Salt Lake Valley sits right in the shadow of the Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons’ mountains. At The Shops at South Town, locals and out-of-towners flock to shop and explore nearly 40 locally owned specialty

  • Did the Grinch Steal Christmas 2020?

    Cliché holiday movies, slightly overly spiked eggnog in hand, hints of pine and cinnamon wafting in the air. That time of the year when twinkle lights fill the streets and all of Northern Utah somehow resembles a fantastical North Pole. It’s enchanting. But what does that really mean for us this