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In the heart of Salt Lake City, City Creek Center is the retail centerpiece of one of the nation's largest mixed-use downtown redevelopment projects. This unique shopping environment features a retractable glass roof across two city blocks, a creek that runs through the property, waterfalls, chor...
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A downtown destination with all of the mall essentials you've come to expect at an upscale American mall. The kids will love the Disney Store... you'll love the indoor-outdoor feel and super sunny corridors.
The City Creek Center has an airy, open, modern design, a large selection of stores to please every taste and budget, and a bubbling creek running through it.
Great mall for some shopping or just for walks. It has many shops inside and out. Parking garage is free the first 2 hours.
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“A must see in downtown! Come learn about the history of the city and the Latter Day Saints. The visitor center is a good place to start. ”
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“The Natural History Museum of Utah provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the unique geography, earth science, history, and native cultures of Utah’s past. With 10 permanent exhibits, the museum provides both interpretive and interactive educational experiences to its many visitors. Exhibitions include Past Worlds of Utah, depicting the area’s progression over the past 500 million years and the Great Salt Lake, which provides interactive opportunities to touch, smell, and even taste the unique qualities of the epic lake. The First Peoples Exhibit reflects on the prehistoric populations that once lived in Utah, while the Native Voices segment illustrates the first five nations of Native American peoples in Utah. Six additional exhibits, along with varying seasonal displays, expand on additional topics.”
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“The Leonardo, located in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, United States is a science and art museum where visitors can explore the ways that science, technology, art, and creativity connect. The museum opened its doors on October 8, 2011.”
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“Liberty Park is Salt Lake City’s prized urban oasis featuring over 80 acres of lush green space. The oldest park in Salt Lake, Liberty Park was purchased by the city from the estate of Bingham Young in 1881, and in 1980 made the list of the National Registry of Historic Places. The park features a large pond containing two islands, numerous athletic courts and fields, 1.5 miles of walking trails, and several children’s play areas. Additionally, the Tracey Aviary, featuring 135 species of rare or endangered protected birds, resides within the park, along with the Isaac Chase Mill, the oldest commercial building in Utah. Finally, the park features the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Art, a free museum showcasing a variety of art forms.”
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