• Happening in the District: Sept. 20, 2018 Edition

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    Natural History Museum of Utah, nhmu.utah.edu

    See Utah dinosaurs, learn about native peoples, and enjoy eight other permanent exhibits. Open every day of the week (including Sunday).

    Red Butte Garden, redbuttegarden.org

    Fall is an ideal time to visit the Garden!

    Tower at Rice Eccles Stadium, stadium.utah.edu/about/tower

    Football season is underway. Don’t forget, the Tower is a perfect place to host your next event with stunning views of Salt Lake City.

    Tracy Aviary, tracyaviary.org

    Fall is an amazing time to visit the Aviary. 

    UMFA, umfa.utah.edu

    The region’s destination museum for global visual arts. 

    University Guest House and Conference Center www.universityguesthouse.com

    Located in Historic Fort Douglas on the University of Utah campus, with 180 sleeping rooms and approximately 30,000 sq. ft. of unique meeting space. 

    • Ask for the “campus visitors rate” for your overnight visit to the Foothill Cultural District
    • Now offering Millcreek Coffee, a local and family owned business
    • Guest House expansion is underway! This won’t impact your stay.

    Utah’s Hogle Zoo, hoglezoo.org

    The worst heat of summer is behind us, making this an ideal time to visit the animals at the Zoo.

    This is the Place Heritage Park, www.thisistheplace.org

    Immerse yourself in Utah’s heritage at this gem of the Foothill Cultural District.

    Fort Douglas Military Museum, fortdouglas.org

    The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday, noon to 5 p.m.

    • October 26, Founders Day. 12-5pm.
    • October 27, Fort Douglas Cemetery Tour 2018, 1-4 p.m.

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    Visit Foothill Cultural District- the heart of Salt Lake City's cultural life. With trails to hike, zoo animals to watch, trains to ride, dinosaur bones to dig, beds to sleep in, gardens to stroll, Olympic sports to remember, Buffalo Soldiers to visit, and fine art to enjoy, there's something for everyone. And it's all within two square miles in Salt Lake's foothills.


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