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Council Hall, Utah, Salt Lake City, Tourism, History

Council Hall

The Utah Office of Tourism, Utah Film Commission, and Zion Natural History Association bookstore are located at Council Hall in Salt Lake City.

Utah Office of Tourism

The Utah Office of Tourism promotes tourism into the state through advertising and media contacts. We are an office within the Governor's Office of Economic Development. Our mission is "to brand and promote Utah's great experiences and destinations for visitors and citizens in an inspiring way to support and enhance economic vitality and quality of life in our state."

We operate several programs to assist Utah's tourism industry including marketing and advertising, research and planning, publications, information services, media relations and cooperative programs.

General Contact Information


For questions about visiting Utah, help with planning your visit, or questions about the Utah Office of Tourism, please call toll free at 800-200-1160, 801-538-1900, or send an email to info@visitutah.com.

Feel free to write or visit us at:

Utah Office of Tourism
Council Hall / Capitol Hill
300 N. State Street
Salt Lake City, UT  84114

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