Ongoing Events & Exhibits
Utah Women’s History Walking Tour
Downtown Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City has more standing suffrage sites than Seneca Falls, New York. Visit utahwomenshistory.org to find a map and information about the sites. Start your walk at Council Hall where there is an exhibit, free parking and a print-out of the walking tour map.
“Utah Women Working for the Vote and Beyond”
January 15 - December 15, 2020
Utah Capitol Building, 350 St. Street, Salt Lake City, Fourth Floor Gallery
This exhibit by Better Days 2020 and the Utah Department of Heritage & Arts features Brooke Smart's illustrations of 50 Utah women's advocates as well as objects that tell the history of women's voting rights in Utah.
Council Hall, 300 N. State Street, Salt Lake City
At the location where the first Utah woman cast her ballot, you'll see a quilted memorial to leading suffragists and can cast your own symbolic vote.
November 2019 - January 2021
LDS Church History Museum, 45 N. West Temple, Salt Lake City
This exhibit highlights the pioneering role of the Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the local and national suffrage movements, with historical artifacts, interactive kiosks, and hands-on activities for visitors of all ages.