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Pack Your Bags: 40 Must Do Kids’ Activities in and around Salt Lake City, Utah

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Most summers we are lucky enough to visit my family in Utah. When we go, the kids always have a list a mile long of all the fun they are planning on having. I was asking some friends and relatives who seem to make the most of their city and came up with quite the list. I figured I might as well share it with you…just in case you ever end up vacationing in Salt Lake City! We will never get to all of these…I’m tired already. For my friends still in SLC or the surrounding areas, what have I forgotten?

Indoor Fun

Hollywood Connection

Fat Cats

Kangaroo zoo

Classic Fun Center

Highschool musical tourĀ 

The WairHouse Tramploine Park

Jungle Jim’s

Cottonwood Heights Ice Skating

Outdoor Fun

Little Cottonwood Canyon/Storm Mountain for a breakfast picnic

Snowbird for the day

Seven Peaks

Lagoon

Hogle Zoo

The Canyons Resort

Redwood Road Drive in Movie

Evergreen park

Red butte Gardens

Cowabunga Bay

Splash Pad off Fort Union Blvd

Trafalga.

Ride TRAX to City Creek

Hikes

Silver lake

Bridal vail falls hike

Timpanogus cave hike

Donut falls hike

Hike the Y


Museums and Historical Sights

The Salt Lake Temple

Temple Square Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum

The Living Planet Aquarium

This is the place State Park

Thanksgiving point petting zoo and dinosaur museum

Gardner Village

Liberty Park

BYU Campus Tour

Sports

Salt Lake Bees Game

Real Salt Lake Game

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5 thoughts on “Pack Your Bags: 40 Must Do Kids’ Activities in and around Salt Lake City, Utah

  1. Great info! I posted this to our mommy group here in our ward. Other ideas – the new Natural History Museum up by the U and the new Leonardo museum downtown – they have rotating exhibits downstairs & permanent exhibits upstairs…my oldest & nieces just went today and loved it! Also – was Children's Discovery Museum on there – that paired with the Gateway fountains is also a fun day! Also – the little splash area at City Creek next to the big fountains. Brigham Young house tour. Concerts in the park @ Brigham Park – they are almost nightly during the summer it seems! I'm always amazed just how much there is to do in each area when you sit down and start making the lists!

    on the idea above for the Art Museum – thanks! We'll put that on the calendar!

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