Classes: May 1-4, 2019
Show Dates: May 2-4, 2019
10AM - 6PM Thursday
10AM - 6PM Friday
10AM - 4PM Saturday
$12 per day
2-Day Pass $20
3-Day Pass $30
***2 years and under admission free
Free one-day admission with a donation of a Quilts of Valor quilt (must be finished with binding).
Stay in comfort at the Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City hotel in Sandy, Utah. Offering the perfect level of comfort and connection to busy executives and casual leisure travelers, the easy feel of this hotel is instantly welcoming. Grab a snack from the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry® or treat yourself to dinner in the full-service Garden Grill. Sip drinks and chat with friends in the Garden Lounge or exercise in the 24-hour work-out facility. Swim a few lengths in the 24-hour heated indoor pool or just relax your muscles completely with a soak in the whirlpool.
Surf the internet with complimentary WiFi and wired internet. Stay focused and connected in the complimentary 24-hour business center. Visit the wealth of nearby attractions, such as from the South Towne Mall, Rio Tinto Stadium, South Towne Expo Center and more. Salt Palace Convention Center and Mormon Tabernacle are sights to see, And when hunger strikes, walk to multiple dining choices nearby
Stay in comfort and style at the Hampton Inn Salt Lake City/Sandy hotel. Relax with convenient access to outdoor thrills and historic landmarks in the picturesque area. Our hotel in Sandy, UT is located within fifteen miles of Brighton, Solitude, Snowbird and Alta ski resorts, where you'll enjoy world-class skiing and snowboarding on our famous Utah powder. Within walking distance you will find the South Towne Mall and many restaurants.
Whether business, leisure or winter sports brings you here, we offer the same dedicated service to all of our guests. Relax in one of our modern guest rooms with a king- or queen-sized clean and fresh Hampton bed®. You'll find lots of great amenities waiting for you - send emails with free WiFi, type away using the handy lap desk or brew up a fresh coffee with the in-room coffeemaker. Get working at the business center or host a meeting in the dedicated meeting room. Taking the kids? We have cribs and high chairs to ensure they stay as comfortable as you. Whatever you need, we're happy to help
For over 140 years, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has called Temple Square in Salt Lake City home. In addition to the historic Mormon Tabernacle, Temple Square also features the magnificent Salt Lake Temple, the Assembly Hall, monuments, statues, fountains, lush gardens, and visitors’ centers. With free, guided tours available in over 40 languages, Temple Square attracts over three million visitors a year.
Many of the Choir’s rehearsals are free and open to the public. Weekly public rehearsals are held on Thursday evenings (7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.) and Sunday mornings (8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.). Sunday rehearsals culminate with the broadcast of Music & The Spoken Word. The rehearsals are regularly held in the Tabernacle except for several occasions during the year when the Choir is either on tour or performing across the street in the Conference Center of the Church.
190 N. West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT -
Public welcome, free of charge
Nearby you will find the largest family history library of its kind in the world and a museum focused on the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Many restaurants are located within easy walking distance of Temple Square. Immediately south is the City Creek Center, a world-class shopping mall that features a retractable glass roof, a pedestrian sky bridge, a trout-filled creek that runs year round, and much more.
The following information is compiled from the US News & World Report Travel Website
Great Salt Lake
Clocking in at approximately 1,700 square miles, the Great Salt Lake is the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River. The lake's name comes from the nature of the water: The evaporation process (the only exit available for the lake's water) leaves behind salty mineral deposits.
Salt Lake City's visitors and residents enjoy the area's many hiking trails, ample picnic spots and boating and fishing opportunities. More...
Visitors can take a guided tour of this Olympic facility (used during the 2002 winter games), stopping at all the major sites like the world's highest-altitude ski jumps.
During the winter, you can try your hand at competing by taking an 80-mile-per-hour ride down the bobsled trail or enjoy a leisurely ride on the chair lift to the top of the ski run.
For a less heart-pounding experience, learn about the Olympic games and the history of winter sports in Utah at the 2002 Eccles Winter Olympic Museum and the Alf Engen Ski History Museum, both located within the park's Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center. More...
Sitting near the center of the University of Utah campus in northeast Salt Lake City, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts houses more than 17,000 artifacts from across the globe.
The permanent collection includes Greek and Egyptian antiquities, paintings from the Italian Renaissance and even some early 20th-century photography.
The museum also hosts a variety of notable traveling displays that focus on everything from early scientific discoveries to contemporary art. More...
Home to more than 1,400 animals, Hogle Zoo allows visitors to get up-close and personal with its residents. Visitors can feed the zoo's giraffes, birds and even bats, an activity that recent guests loved.
Don't forget to pay a visit to Zuri: This African elephant was born at the zoo in 2009.
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Filled with meticulously landscaped plots, gurgling fountains and pleasant pathways, the Red Butte Garden is a great place for budding botanists as well as visitors looking for quiet respite.
Housed on the University of Utah campus in northeast Salt Lake City, the garden is divided into sections, each devoted to a specific type of plant or ecosystem. More. . .
A new and AMAZING museum with revolving exhibits throughout the year. There is also an ongoing Body Works exhibit. More . . .
Of course there is much more to do in Salt Lake City!