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Apr20

Chocolate: The Exhibition

Feb 8, 2014 - Jun 1 , 2014
From the tropical rainforest of ancient Maya, 16th century Europe, the Industrial Revolution, to the present day - the…
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Apr20

The Center for Land Use…

Jan 24, 2014 - May 4 , 2014
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts commissioned the Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI), a Wendover/Los Angeles-based…
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Apr21

Phun with Physics

Jan 13, 2014 - Oct 13 , 2014
Live physics demos like you have never seen before! What do balloons, bicycle wheels, liquid nitrogen, flowers and a…
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Apr24

The Chickadee Society

Jan 9, 2014 - May 22 , 2014
Preschool Adventures! We invite you and your preschool age child to join the Chickadee Society here at the Natural…
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Apr25

Living Legends

Jan 10, 2014 - Jan 11 , 2037
For more than 40 years, BYU students with a heritage of Native American, Polynesian and Latin American backgrounds have…
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Apr26

Bug Brigade

Jan 11, 2014 - May 24 , 2014
Twice a month we offer visitors an opportunity to observe and handle live bugs to learn about these arthropods'…
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Apr26

HawkWatch: Birds in the Lab!

Jan 25, 2014 - May 31 , 2014
Join the HawkWatch crew and some of their fine feathered friends for the opportunity to observe live raptors…
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Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, Utah, Moab, Red Rock, Iconic

The Iconic Delicate Arch

Located in the high desert of Arches National Park, Delicate Arch was created by millions of years of deposition, erosion and other geologic events.

Utah Maps and Travel Info

With daily national and international flight services into Salt Lake City International Airport, getting to Utah has never been easier. A flight into Salt Lake City puts you just minutes away from the Greatest Snow on Earth® at seven of our world class ski resorts. Within an hour drive is Snowbasin Ski Resort, home of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games downhill event, and a rising star among Utah's ski resorts. An hour and a half drive from the airport is another hidden gem, a local's favorite: Powder Mountain, or as locals refer to it, "Pow Mow." It boasts more than 7,000 acres of skiable terrain, the most of any resort in the United States. Three and a half hours from either Salt Lake City or Las Vegas is Utah's newest ski resort, Eagle Point. Its 9,000 foot base elevation ensures consistent high quality snow. Just outside Cedar City is Brian Head, Southern Utah's ski resort.

Within three and a half to four hours of the Salt Lake City International Airport, you could be on a hike to the iconic Delicate Arch at Arches National Park, atop the dramatic and sheer cliffs of Dead Horse Point State Park, or staring out over hundreds of miles of canyons, rivers and Mountains from the Islands in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park.

Zion National Park, Utah's first and most visited national park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Brian Head Ski Resort, and Bryce Canyon National Park are most easily accessed by a flight into the new St. George Airport, which can have you in Zion National Park in 40 minutes.

Positioned conveniently at key points throughout the state of Utah are Welcome Centers, Convention and Visitor Bureaus, and Traveler's Information Centers. Tourism is important to Utah's economy and Utah, as a state and as a people, like to show hospitality to visitors by ensuring that travel information, maps, and information specialists are easily available.

Regularly updated road conditions for all of Utah's roads, highways, and interstates can be found at: www.utahcommuterlink.com.

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