Immerse yourself in Utah’s heritage at this gem of the Foothill Cultural District.
Home to animals from around the world. Visit the Zoo all year.
The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday, noon to 5 p.m.
Tracy Aviary is the oldest bird zoo in the nation. With over 100 species of birds, and 10 acres of gardens to stroll through, you’ll find a true oasis in the city.
Visit the Garden this spring for the promise of over half-a-million blooming bulbs!
See Utah dinosaurs, learn about native peoples, and enjoy eight other permanent exhibits. Open every day of the week (including Sunday).
Now open: Nature All Around Us, a new special exhibition opens. Open through Memorial Day 2020. October 19 is opening day featuring many local partners who are part of the exhibit.
November 15-16, Behind the Scenes. See the Museum’s collections at this once per year weekend event, this year the different collections have themes with a connection to the Museum’s 50th anniversary.
Ongoing, $5 after 5 pm on Wednesdays.
The Tower is a perfect place to host your next event with stunning views of Salt Lake City.
The region’s destination museum for global visual arts.
Located in Historic Fort Douglas on the University of Utah campus, in the heart of the Foothill Cultural District. The Guest House has 180 hotel rooms, 30 new suites, and approximately 30,000 sq. ft. of unique meeting space. The Guest House provides a complimentary hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and free parking. Ranked #1 on Trip Advisor for 6 years, ask for the “campus visitors rate” for your overnight stay when visiting the Foothill Cultural District.