현지인 174명이 추천하는 곳 ·
현지인이 제공하는 팁
The park to go to with kids or dogs! Scooters and bikes available for rent, restaurants and coffee shops, Tracy aviary, play grounds, splash pad, pond, and known for the loop where people can walk, run, & rollerblade.
One of Utah's oldest parks surrounded by beautiful tree's, lake, streams and the Tracy Aviary Zoo.
Great park for running, sunbathing, and just about everything. SLC mini central park if there was one!
Trail running, feeding ducks at the pond, paddleboats, ferris wheel, and catch an ultimate frisbee or bike polo game! Liberty is a great place for all ages. Free yoga and African drumming on Sundays.
The famous park from the movie Charlie and a season of the Bachelorette. Offering an Aviary, tennis center, ferris wheel and paddle boats.
Huge local park with duck pond, running trail, space for soccer, or volleyball!
This is Salt Lake City's "Central Park". The Tracy Aviary is located here (a gorgeous park of gardens and well-cared-for-winged-friends. It is also not far from the 9th and 9th neighborhood with several great pubs and restaurants.
Liberty Park is a popular public urban park in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the city's second-largest public park, at 80 acres, being surpassed only by Sugarhouse Park which has 110.5 acres. The park features a pond with two islands, and is also the location of Tracy Aviary.
A large city park nearby! This has a farmers market some nights in the summer, large fields with drum circles, a sledding hill, a pond, tennis courts, public pool, the tracy aviary and the chase museum of Utah folk arts. Also a great place to run (~1.5miles around I think) where in the morning you…
주변의 독특한 즐길 거리
주변의 추천 숙소
현지인 추천 장소
“This has a 1 mile walk/bike path around the perimeter. Plenty of playgrounds and green space. ”
- 현지인 93명이 추천하는 곳
“Cozy diner next to Liberty Park and the Tracy Aviary. 🦅 Best chai tea latte in Salt Lake.”
- 현지인 106명이 추천하는 곳
“The Natural History Museum of Utah is a wonderful family activity or something to do on a cold or rainy day in Salt Lake City. Housed in a spectacular copper-clad concrete building with soaring spaces, the museum has more than 40,000 square feet of displays and educational facilities with 1.6 million objects in its collection. Approximately 5,000 items are on display at any given time, and some of the highlights include the digital globe, dinosaur fossils, and a three-story indoor canyon. There are seven permanent collections including Paleontology, Anthropology, Entomology, Vertebrate Zoology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Malacology (the study of mollusks). The views from the observation deck out across the city and valley are spectacular. Next to the Natural History Museum is Red Butte Garden, a very popular attraction with locals. It's worth a stop if you are visiting in spring. The garden is known for its spring blooms. Address: 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, Utah”
- 현지인 114명이 추천하는 곳
“City Creek Center is Salt Lake City's premier shopping destination, not only for the shops, but for the atmosphere. Part of an urban renewal project, the mall is light and airy and contains over 100 of the top retailers in fashion, home décor, footwear, and electronics, among many others. City Creek is unique in the fact that it actually has a creek, complete with fish, running through the center of it, and a retractable roof that is open on warm days. Be sure to check out the fascinating water fountain, complete with dancing flames set to accompanying music. A large indoor play area for children by the food court has a dinosaur theme and is a hit with moms, who can enjoy a coffee while the kids burn off some energy in the playground.”
- 현지인 271명이 추천하는 곳