Northern Utah Arts and Entertainment


Hill Aerospace Museum

The museum is located on approximately 50 acres on the northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base by Roy, Utah.  The Hill Aerospace Museum collection currently includes a wide variety of military aircraft and missiles, assorted munitions and weapons, ground vehicles associated with aircraft/missiles, and thousands of other historical artifacts.

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Hogle Zoo

Hogle Zoo located in Salt Lake City features more than 100 endangered species.  Visitors can enjoy beautiful landscapes, amazing animal habitats, a train ride, gift shops,  concession stands and a playground dedicated for kids.  Hogle Zoo is guaranteed to be entertaining for the whole family.

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Alpine Art Center - (801) 763-7173

The Peppermint Place - Candy factory offering tours and samples. Great place for kids. 155 E. 200 North, (801) 756-7400.



Bountiful-Davis Art Center - The Bountiful/Davis Art Center began in 1974 as an experiment between the University of Utah Department of Continuing Education, the City of Bountiful and committed citizens and businesses in Davis County.  In the spirit of cooperation and partnership on which BDAC was founded, the center has become a home for all the arts and cultural groups in our communities.


Brigham City

Crystal Hot Springs - 8215 N. State route 69, (435) 279-8104.

Brigham City Museum Gallery - 24 N. 300 West, (435) 723-6769.



Fairview Museum of History & Art - Beautiful displays of Avard T. Fairbanks sculptures, Native American art and more.  85 North 100 East.



Cherry Hill Recreation Park - Camping, water park, miniature golf, and batting cages.  (801) 451-5379.

Lagoon - Located just 15 minutes north of Salt Lake, Lagoon is a fun-filled family theme park.  Lagoon offers incredible rides and attractions including Lagoon-A-Beach, Pioneer Village, a sky ride and picnic areas.



Historic Heber Valley Railroad - The Heber Valley Railroad is Utah's magnificent steam passenger railroad.  It's an historic tourist attraction based in Heber City, Utah.  Trains cross the farmlands of the Heber Valley, follow the shore of Deer Creek Lake and descends into a majestic and breathtaking canyon.  The track follows the Provo River to Vivian Park in Provo Canyon.



John Hutchings Museum of Natural History - This unique museum has its origins in its inquisitive founder, John Hutchings, whose lifelong interests included geology, art, Western history, and anthropology.

Thanksgiving Point - Gardens, petting zoos, restaurants, golf course and flower gardens.  (801) 768-4940.



Utah Festival Opera - The Utah Festival Opera Company is located 80 minutes north of Salt Lake City in Cache Valley, a setting of spectacular mountain scenery. The four-week festival includes three productions of grand opera, operetta, light opera, and/or seldom-seen Broadway-style musical theater. 

Hardware Ranch - Sleigh rides to view wintering elk.  (435) 753-6206.

Logan Ava Art Center - 43 South Main Street, (435) 797-0163.

The Discovery Museum - The Discovery Museum is a small hands-on science center on the campus of Utah State University.  The Museum is open to the public during regularly scheduled hours and to school groups by special appointment.  There are about 18 interactive and hands-on exhibits that demonstrate a variety of science and engineering principles.

Ellen Eccles Theatre - Logan, (435) 752-0026.

Repertory Theatre - Logan, (435) 797-1657.

R.V. Jensen Living Historical Farm - Visitors to the farm can leave the present behind as they experience a real working farm with horse-drawn equipment, home cooking on a wood burning stove or a vigorous game of farm ball. Visitors are invited to milk a cow, gather the eggs, or just enjoy the variety of farm animals.

Willow Park - Small zoo featuring over 600 animals.  419 W 700 South, (801) 752-3060.



Kennecott Copper Mine - World's Largest man-made excavation.  (801) 322-7300 or (800) 378-0690.



Peery's Egyptian Theatre - Peery's Egyptian Theater is designed to accommodate live theater, dance, music, symphonic and multimedia performances as well as film. It is also available for general sessions up to 800 attendees.

Fielding Garr Ranch House - Ogden, (801) 773-2941.

Eccles Community Art Center - The Eccles Community Art Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to a continued effort to stimulate interest, foster awareness, and provide education in all visual and performing arts  The Center is located in a two and one-half story Richardsonian Romanesque style house.

Hill Aerospace Museum - The museum is located on approximately 50 acres on the northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base by Roy, Utah.  The Hill Aerospace Museum collection currently includes a wide variety of military aircraft and missiles, assorted munitions and weapons, ground vehicles associated with aircraft/missiles, and thousands of other historical artifacts.

Union Station - Historic Union Station is the site of 4 public museums, large and small meeting rooms, a restaurant, visitors center, model train shop, and satellite police station.

Treehouse Children's Museum - An interactive museum themed around language, literacy and children's books.

George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park - The Dinosaur Park lets you wander through the Dinosaur Age and imagine the Earth when it was inhabited by the fierce predator Tyrannosaurus rex or the gazelle-like Dryosaurus. See life-size replicas of the creatures that lived two hundred million years ago. 

Ogden Nature Center - The Ogden Nature Center is a nature education center and 127 acre wildlife sanctuary. Open all year, the Centeršs trails are a great place for winter walks, springtime bird watching, summer picnics and autumn colors in the fall.

Park City 

Alf Engen Ski Museum - Components of the Museum include a virtual "ski theater" ,an interactive, enhanced topo map of the Wasatch Mountains and an exhibit, showcasing the many changes in ski technology and fashion.  The museum also features many displays on the sport of ski jumping.

Kimball Art Center - Kimball Art Center offers four sessions of art classes for adults and children, in addition to producing the Park City Art Festival.  638 Park Ave., Park City, (435) 649-8882.

Park City Museum - The Museum features a dozen exhibits and a museum gift shop528 Main, Park City, (435) 645-5135.

Park City Silver Mine - Take a tour 1,500 feet underground and discover the area's mining history.  (435) 649-8011.



Hale Center Theater Orem - Hale Center Theater offers live theater performances including a variety of musicals and comedies.

McCurdy Historical Doll Museum - 246 N. 100 East, Provo, (801) 377-9935.

BYU Museum of Art - The Museum of Art is a place where the heart and mind are brought together to seek knowledge and values, self-affirmation and spiritual understanding.

BYU Earth Science Museum - Brigham Young University is home to one of the world's best Jurassic dinosaur bone collections. The Earth Science Museum displays a small part of that collection. Featured are two fully mounted skeletons of Camptosaurus and Allosaurus, a mural of the Utah-Colorado region in the Jurassic period, a 150-million-year old dinosaur egg, and a preparation lab window showing museum personnel preparing fossils.

Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum - The purpose of the Life Science Museum is to document biological natural history. The Museum provides an opportunity to see nature from areas of the world that the average person cannot see. The three-story museum hosts more than 100,000 visitors each year and houses over two million specimens.

Museum of Peoples and Cultures - The Museum of Peoples and Cultures is a museum of archaeology and ethnology with strengths in native cultures and artifacts of the Great Basin, American Southwest, Mesoamerica, Peru, and Polynesia. It houses more than 40,000 artifacts and 50,000 slides and photographs that document BYU archaeological research and artifactual materials.

Seven Peaks Water Park - The place where families play!  Seven Peaks is Utah's Largest Waterpark with over 25 Heated Water Attractions including Cave-In, The Lazy River, Shotgun Falls and Tyke's Peak.

Harris Fine Arts Center - Music, dance and theatre performances located within the BYU campus.


Salt Lake City

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Sundance Resort

Sundance Summer Theatre - Situated to offer a backdrop of mountains and old growth pines, and an integral part of the Sundance Institute since the 1980's, the Sundance Theatre has showcased both classic and modern performances.

Sundance Children's Theater - (801) 225-4107.



Springville Museum of Art - The Springville Museum of Art is Utah's oldest and most beautiful museum for the visual fine arts. For over ninety years it has served as a major resource available to the residents and schools of Utah as well as out of state visitors.


Tooele Restored Benson Grist Mill - North of Stansbury Park on state route 138, (801) 882-7678.


West Jordan

Gardner Village - Gardner Village contains the outlines of the once bustling early Utah mill industry and history. What remains today is a cluster of specialty shops located in restored cabins, houses and buildings.  Vintage pioneer architecture, antique fixtures, red brick paths and bridges over a pond, create a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere for shopping, dining and discovering some of Utah's most colorful history.



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