The square, which is dominated by a majestic temple with six spires, serves as the representational center of the global Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Natural History Museum of Utah
This must-see destination, which serves as the state museum of natural history of Utah, introduces visitors to the science behind Utah's breathtaking scenery.
Big Cottonwood Canyon
This wilderness area, which is a part of the Wasactch Mountains, provides outdoor enthusiasts with an endless variety of recreational opportunities.
The State Capitol
The Utah House of Representatives, Senate, and Supreme Court are all housed in this imposing, neoclassical dome structure.
Red Butte Garden
The Red Butte Garden, the biggest botanical garden in the Intermountain West, has been welcoming visitors since 1985.
Up until 1945, it was mostly referred to as "the Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir." At that time, the group contributed music to a government-produced World War II propaganda film.
The Place Heritage Park
This park is about 15 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and is perfect for family outings.
Joseph Smith Memorial Building
The Joseph Smith Memorial Building, originally known as Hotel Utah, is a welcoming hub for visitors to Temple Square.
More than 130 different bird species are on display in the oldest aviary in the United States, which also houses vast collections, educational activities, and exhibitions.
The biggest open space in Salt Lake City, Liberty Park is home to a range of leisure pursuits and spans more than 80 acres.