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Social Hall Heritage Museum

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    Discover an archeological dig in underground downtown Salt Lake! Visit the Social Hall Heritage Museum to find out what the early settlers of Salt Lake did for a good time. Salt Lake City's Social Hall was just that, a building dedicated to social gatherings. There settlers shook off the hardships of frontier life and enjoyed music, dancing, lectures, and the company of good friends. The remains of the Social Hall were uncovered in 1991 and a museum was erected to preserve them. A glass enclosure displays the walls of the original building, along with artifacts.
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