National Parks State: Utah from North to South – Day 2: Exploring the city

Start the day with tasty buns and salads. Spice it up with the Historical Museum of the history of Utah, and the day becomes amazing! After a small lunch, we are going to conquer the canyon and have a bike ride at will. Next, go to the Temple Square, collected many attractions. Of course, after such a busy day, you shall encourage yourself with shopping and entertainment.
National Parks State: Utah from North to South
Travel distance by car: 63 km.Travel distance on foot: 0 km.Visiting: Salt Lake City, Las Vegas

Trip duration: 10 days

Alexander Popov

Corner Bakery Cafe

Bakeries, Sandwich Places, Cafés

Founded as a small bakery, the Corner Bakery cafe specializes in fresh salads, sandwiches, paninis, pasta and soups, which are served across the country. Now it is a chain facility which offers excellent service at a reasonable price.

Natural History Museum of Utah

History Museums

Museum of the history of Utah. Many interesting interactive exhibits, from minerals and metals to flora and fauna, make the museum an excellent educational center for visitors of any age. Utah is one of the most popular areas in the world for exploring and searching for dinosaur remains, so the skeletons of giant reptiles and various fossils can be viewed in detail in the museum, there are a lot of them here. The museum often hosts events and lectures by visiting scholars. Calendar of events can be checked on the official website of the museum.

Ruth's Diner

Diners, American Restaurants

Diner with hamburgers, fries and salads. Perfect for a hearty lunch. The food is delicious, the staff is helpful. The facility does not stand out with special culinary delights and unique interior, but it is comfortable and clean. In the summer, there are tables in front of the restaurant, where you can also have something to eat.

Emigration Summit

Scenic Lookouts

The canyon is just a few miles from the city, which makes it a very popular place for cycling and jogging. Leave the car in the parking lot and walk along the hiking trails, or rent a bicycle. On the route is an observation deck with a stunning view of the city.

Temple Square

Historic Sites

Historic Temple Square is one of the most popular tourist sites in Utah. In the spring and summer months, the territory of the square is full of bright colors and lush lawns. The central element is the majestic temple, the construction of which took 40 years. Also, on the square are several attractions worth seeing once here. The Tabernacle, built in 1867, was at that time considered an architectural marvel. Now, if you're lucky, you can listen to the choir singing in the tabernacle. Continuing to explore the temple square, you will find a log house, north of the Family History Library. The first people who arrived in the Salt Lake Valley lived in buildings similar to this house.

City Creek Center

Shopping Malls

The main place for shopping and entertainment in Salt Lake City, won the Best Retail Development in the Americas award. Fountains, waterfalls and a sparkling stream, a pond with local trout, and a glass roof with opening system. All this makes the shopping center a really unique place. Here you can buy everything you need for a trip.

Oasis Cafe

Oasis boasts an impressive space and a beautiful patio with flowers. Located next to the Golden Braid bookstore, this restaurant offers not only a gourmet menu, but also a quiet place to relax. Here you will be offered creative dishes of local cuisine, fresh and tasty, as well as balanced and nutritious. Enjoy tasting plates, various sandwiches and hamburgers, salads and hot dishes.

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown

Have some rest and recover. Tomorrow you leave Salt Lake City and go on the real adventure.