This building was redone while I lived in Salt Lake City. It takes up a whole block with lovely old trees and lots of grass. Inside are many things to see. If you like old buildings, you'll love this one.
Our group of 30 had a private tour but there is a self-guided tour and fact sheet. The history is very interesting including the fact that it was originally built on quicksand. Lots had to be done to make it safe. We were guided into the basement to see what had to be done. They have earthquakes in the area... 更多
The area around this beautiful and historic structure is the site of many local celebrations. Check ahead of time. Restored to its original beauty, it is about to undergo some more maintainence. That maight make it more difficult to get to or see some of it. A must-visit for historic structure and architecture buffs.
We visited the City Hall in Salt Lake City. It is also the building for the county. It is an architectural gem with unique architecture, gargoyles, etc. It was originally constructed between 1891 and 1894. When we were visiting the area May 2016, we also watched a program on TV that described the upcoming remodeling of the building.
Beautiful grounds surrounding the housing and buildings. It is a great walking trip and tour lots of history and very educational artifacts . Lots of walking paths as well for your enjoyment or just rest in the grounds recollecting oneself from every day hustle and bustle.
If you are interested in this building, just drive by and look at it. There is nothing to do inside and the outside grass area is an alternate location for homeless people and dead birds. In the summer they have many nice festival here like international festival, Utah Arts Festival, pride festival, and so on. Those are worth attending and... 更多
Here on business, but needed to take a break and see the sights. A nice walking tour of the central city area. This facility has a well preserved example of old time government buildings.
This gorgeous building is surrounded by a huge green lawn it has a fountain and walking paths and benches it only takes a few minutes to look around and snap a picture we came across it while going from Temple square to Liberty Park.