During this season of social distancing and staying safe at home, we have created a round-up of virtual experiences to bring arts, music, culture, entrepreneurship, nature and more to you at home. We encourage you to take an adventure today, whether with kids, your doggo or solo, and experience Utah virtually, feeling that jolt of Utah-inspiration run wild inside you.
Take a transformative trip through Utah by pondering the meaning of place, adventure and what it means to be in wilderness. Whether it’s flipping through a wildflower guidebook, enjoying a poetic journey or getting into the nuanced history — find a literary work that inspires your own journey.
Walk in the footsteps of Utah’s earliest women’s suffrage leaders at sites throughout downtown Salt Lake City. Along the way, view public art installations commemorating voting rights and stop at trail-adjacent local women-owned businesses.
As you visit St. George and Greater Zion seeking great food, coffee and drinks, you’ll want to add these top-notice places to your bucket list.
For travelers heading to Zion National Park or anywhere near southwestern Utah, plan to spend two to four days in St. George — one of Utah’s best kept secrets.
In April 1970, it took six days, 625 man-hours, 292 truck-hours, $9,000, and 6,500 tons of basalt, limestone and mud to construct the Spiral Jetty. Just a few years later, Utah’s most iconic outside sculpture was already enshrined in art history books.