Explore Salt Lake City

Articles for Culture

Discover Your Own History

Discover Your Own History March 7, 2012 | Culture, Free, Out of the Ordinary, Things to Do, Travel Tips, Winter Activities | Read More
HerryLawford image; www.flickr.com Salt Lake City was founded by Mormons. And though this religion often falls prey to urban legends and spooky rumors, the fact is that the Church of Jesus Christ-of Latter-day Saints offers innumerable benefits to Salt Lake city’s visitors and residents – regardless...

Two Major Museums Get Serious Facelifts

Two Major Museums Get Serious Facelifts February 23, 2012 | Culture, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
  Salt Lake Art Center becomes Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (pasa47 image; www.flickr.com) Natural History Museum of Utah keeps its name, changes locations Located on the highest, northernmost reaches of the University of Utah campus, the all-new Rio Tinto Center is now the home of the relocated...

Salt Lake City’s Best Cafés

Salt Lake City’s Best Cafés December 10, 2011 | Cafes, Coffee, Culture, Food, Inexpensive, Live Music, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Salt Lake Roasting Company (Casey Serin image; www.flickr.com) Salt Lake City contains a truly surprising volume of coffee shops. And while the number of these might seem excessive, the industry thrives. Catering to students, business persons, love birds, and connoisseurs of leisure, these cafes tend...

Top Five Museums in Salt Lake City

Top Five Museums in Salt Lake City November 2, 2011 | Culture, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
  Discovery Gateway (Zaui Images; www.flickr.com) The Utah Museum of Natural History (1390 East President’s Circle, University of Utah Campus; 801-581-4303) now occupies one of Salt Lake Valley’s newest and best structures, the Rio Tinto Center. Officially opening on November 18, 2011,...
Next Post:

Read More »