Top things to do in Salt Lake City

Top Choice Live Music in Salt Lake City

Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Hearing the world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir is a must-do on any SLC bucket list. A live choir broadcast goes out every Sunday at 9:30am. September through November, and January through May, attend in person a…
Top Choice Brewery in Salt Lake City

Fisher Brewing Company

A former auto shop in the Granary District has been converted into an employee-owned, small-batch brewery that produces the freshest beer around. Following in the footsteps of his great-great-grandfather Albert Fish…
Top Choice Museum in Salt Lake City

Natural History Museum of Utah

Rio Tinto Center's stunning architecture forms a multistory indoor 'canyon' that showcases exhibits to great effect. Walk up through the layers as you explore both indigenous peoples' cultures and natural history. P…
Top Choice Mexican in Salt Lake City

Red Iguana

Mexico at its most authentic, aromatic and delicious – no wonder the line is usually snaking out the door at this family-run restaurant. Ask for samples of the mole to decide on one of six chili- and chocolate-based…
Top Choice Museum in Salt Lake City

Museum of Ancient Life

A family-friendly museum at Thanksgiving Point that houses one of the world's largest displays of mounted dinosaurs. The exhibits, many of which are hands-on, are arranged chronologically and teach about fossils fou…
Ramen in Salt Lake City

Tosh's Ramen

Ecstasy by the steaming oversized bowl, Tosh's ramen comes with silken broth and crunchy sprouts, topped with a poached egg if you like it that way. It couldn't get more authentic. Try to carve out some room for an …
Amusement Park in Salt Lake City

Thanksgiving Point

Fifty-five acres of gardens, a petting farm, golf course, giant movie theater, dining and shopping: what doesn’t the Thanksgiving Point infotainment complex have? The on-site Museum of Ancient Life is the highest-te…
Library in Salt Lake City

Family History Library

Thousands of people come to Salt Lake City every year to research their family history here, the largest genealogical resource on earth. Because the LDS believes you must pray on your ancestors' behalf to help them …
Plaza in Salt Lake City

Temple Square

The city's most famous sight occupies a 10-acre block surrounded by 15ft-high walls. LDS docents give free, 30-minute tours continually, leaving from the visitor center at the entrance on North Temple St. Sisters, b…
International in Salt Lake City

Copper Onion

Locals keep the Copper Onion bustling at every seating…and for good reason: small plates like wagyu bone marrow and pasta carbonara call out to be shared. Save room for the citrus and chèvre cheesecake. A design-dri…