Tag Archives: Historical Landmark

A National Historic Landmark (NHL) is a building, site, structure, object, or district, that is officially recognized by the United States government for its historical significance.

The Depot

The Depot is one of Salt Lake City’s most unique venue spaces. Located in the Union Pacific Station at The Gateway District.

  • Live Music Venue
  • 3 Event Floors
  • Non-Smoking
  • Private Club for Members
  • 21+

 

………………Click, Drag & Drop Gold Person (top left corner) for Panoramic View. It’s Fun!

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  • The Depot
    13 N 400 W Salt Lake City, UT 84101-1368 (801) 456-2800

Saltair

Saltair Pavilion Salt Lake City, Utah Music ConcertsIntended from the beginning as the Western counterpart to Coney Island, Saltair was one of the first amusement parks, and for a time was the most popular family destination west of New York.  The first Saltair pavilion and a few other buildings were destroyed by fire on April 22, 1925. A new pavilion was built and the resort was expanded at the same location by new investors, but several factors prevented the second Saltair from achieving the success of its ancestor.

Saltair Pavilion Salt Lake City, Utah Music Concerts

The advent of motion pictures and radio, the Great Depression, and the interruption of the “go to Saltair” routine kept people closer to home. With a huge new dance floor – the world’s largest at the time – Saltair became more known as a dance palace, the amusement park becoming secondary to the great traveling bands of the day, such as Glenn Miller.

The Great SaltAir
12408 W Saltair Dr. Magna, UT 84044
(801) 250-6205
Saltair FaceBook Page

Free Golden Spike Park Days

Golden Spike Historical Site, Railroad, Trains, UtahGolden Spike National Historic Site is a U.S. National Historic Site located at Promontory Summit, north of the Great Salt Lake in Utah. It commemorates the completion of the first Transcontinental Railroad where the Central Pacific Railroad and the Union Pacific Railroad met on May 10, 1869.

Fee waiver includes: entrance fees, commercial tour fees, and transportation entrance fees.