Best Things to Do on this Weekend and around Salt Lake City

By:- Sahil Luthra

Zion National Park — Springdale

Zion offers horseback riding, glamping, scenic drives, nature walks, picnic sites, and lodging. For maps and assistance, there’s a visitor center.

Arches National Park — Moab

There are several trails to hike, thousands of geological wonders to photograph, sites to camp for the night and watch the stars, areas to ride horses, ranger-led programs to enjoy from spring through fall

Monument Valley

You either drive through Monument Valley and soak up the sights or explore it fully by getting a tour guide from the visitor center. For a more unforgettable experience, book a tour with a Navajo guide

Temple Square — Salt Lake City

Tour around the 19th-century temple and surrounding architectural wonders as you take a trip back in time to the historical events and the religion that shaped the city.

Park City Mountain — Park City

With over 7,300 acres intended just for fun, Park City offers endless winter opportunities such as sleigh rides, ski-in-ski-out access to historic Main Street, ski and snowboard lessons

Great Salt Lake — Magna

Thinking about the Dead Sea sounds scary, but the Great Salt Lake is actually popular for swimming, sunbathing, sailing, wildlife viewing, kayaking, and more!

St. George

Kids will have a swell time at the St. George Children’s Museum. Adventurous nature lovers will love the trails that lead to rocky and sandy state parks. Families,

Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple

Tours around the temple are available daily for you to check out the temple’s elaborate architecture, animals, and organic crops. There’s a vegetarian buffet afterwards, a brief session of kirtan in the temple room

Mars Desert Research Station

The crew typically carries out their simulations during winter months, and you’re welcome to take photos from a distance. But do know that they’re busy during this time, especially if you see them in space suits

Natural History Museum of Utah — Salt Lake City

Learn about the American West’s unique natural world through the museum’s 1.6 million objects on display. You can also watch scientists as they prep new specimens and be a paleontologist for a day at the dinosaur dig!

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