Zions bank has been a Utah bank for ages, but its signs of aging are becoming apparent. With a terrible and non-intuive web interface and bill-pay managing system, Zions Bank will leave you guessing on your online options. If you're not one for online banking, then Zions bank will work out just fine for you.
Deseret Book is practically the official distribution outlet of all LDS church books and material. You can find practically everything and anything at this bookstore directed to an LDS audience. Deseret Book has not only LDS books by LDS authors, but also movies, music, clothing and more!
With DVD's galore the Salt Lake Country Library system is one of the best for renting not only popular books, but also for DVD's, movies, and music too. With an online catalog system, place your reserves on hold and they'll notify you when they're ready to pick up. Reserve a bunch up front and you'll be watching movies all year!
If you can consider having a water park in an industrial park fun and exciting, perhaps you've discovered an interest into Raging Waters. This waterpark is not a site to behold, nor is it all too captivating as it sits on a small plot and only boasts some slides and a wave pool. Would not recommend.
From quilting to knitting and sewing, Mormon Handicraft is the place to go to get your projects started, mended, or finished. Offering a wide selections of linens, and needlework, any hobbyist will find this place wonderful to meet their needs!
Named after Utah's famous conductor Abravanel, Abravenel Hall located southwest of temple square is now the venue for the Utah Symphony as well as many other guest performers. The acoustics are excellent and those attending the symphony are always in for a musical treat!
This great collection of natural history is sponsored and exhibited by the University of Utah. Located on the east bench of Salt Lake City, this is accessible to visitors by light rail and bus. Admission is free.
Hill Air Force Base has one of Utah's largest collections of retired military regalia and actual retired planes on display at this permanent museum, gift shop, and exhibition. Admission is free and is suitable for all ages!
Kennecott Utah Copper Mine is one of the largest holes in the world! Over a mile deep it is viewable from outer space and it is nestled into the mountains of Salt Lake Valley. Kennecott offers tours to the mine. You should call ahead for more details.
The Inn at Temple Square is another historic venue that should top the lists of anyone hosting a gathering, reception, or venue that is into Utah history.