Things To Do In Salt Lake City

Up to 68% Off Unlimited Amusement-Park Rides

The Hollywood Connection

Hollywood Connection

$22.95 $9

An 18-hole mini-golf course, bumper cars, a roller rink, and an arcade with more than 100 games await visitors for unlimited sessions

Up to 58% Off at Utah Museum of Fine Arts

Utah Museum of Fine Arts


$45 $19


Peruse the permanent collection that contains thousands of works of art or a special exhibit highlighting the art of the Bingham Canyon Mine

Up to 45% Off Kids' Art Classes


Salt Lake City

$30 $17

Kids learn to express their creativity using professional-grade art supplies in fun, nurturing classes

50% Off Concealed-Firearms-Permit Class

Center-Mass Firearms Training

Salt Lake City

$50 $25

State- and NRA-certified instructor and active police officer; combination of lecture and videos

Half Off Art Classes

Petersen Art Center

Sugar House

$80 $40

Art classes make ideal holiday gift in a studio founded by Harold Petersen, who teaches painting and drawing with 50+ years of experience

The Tracy Aviary – Up to 52% Off Membership

The Tracy Aviary

Central City/ Liberty Wells

$20 $12


Memberships offer a year of admission and other perks; Breakfast with the Birds hosts family games and a visit from Andy the Andean Condor

Up to $105 Off Fitness Classes at The Dailey Method

The Dailey Method

Salt Lake City

$100 $49

Workouts blend Pilates, yoga, and ballet to build lean muscle and improve posture

Up to 77% Off Rebounding Classes and Nutrition Plan

Soul Food Living

Rio Grande

$150 $39

Total body workout aims to tone arms, legs, and cores; nutrition package include seven-day detox plan, recipes, and one-on-one coaching

Up to 56% Off Yoga Classes

Wasatch Ayurveda and Yoga Upstairs

Sugar House

$100 $49

Yoga students build strength and flexibility as they flow through poses and breathing exercises

74% Off Personal Training

Fitfast-utah - Olution Weight Loss Retreat

Redeem from Home

$300 $78

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 52% Off Indoor Playground Admission

Jump Around Utah

Salt Lake City

$10 $6


Playland with slides, bounce houses, and 40 ft. bouncing pillow occupies energetic youngsters while parents watch from the sitting area

94% Off MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

Multiple Locations

$350 $20

Instructors encourage full-body results in a variety of fitness classes supplemented by a success guide and nutritional coaching

Up to 76% Off at Poise & Strength Pilates

Poise & Strength Pilates

Salt Lake City

$100 $29

Instructors enhance Pilates Mat and Reformer exercises with ballet-barre work; clients learn to lead classes through certification program

Up to 50% Off Yoga Classes

Integrated School of Yoga

Sugar House

$90 $45

Yoga school led by master and international champion restores the body and mind with unique and traditional approaches

51% Off Classes at Salt Lake City Bikram Yoga

Salt Lake City Bikram Yoga

Bikram Yoga

$140 $69


Daily 90-minute Bikram-yoga classes in a heated room accommodate students of all experience levels

54% Off AntiGravity Fitness Classes

Imagination Place

Sugar House

$57 $29

Trained instructors guide beginner pupils through gravity-defying poses that strengthen muscles without straining joints

Up to 66% Off Memberships to Scales and Tails

Scales and Tails

West Valley City

$76 $29

Family memberships grant access to interactive bird and reptile exhibits, reptile workshops, and discounts on summer camp

53% Off Lucas Oil Modified Series Races for Two

Lucas Oil Modifieds with Fireworks

Rocky Mountain Raceways

$61.40 $29


In the seventh event of the Lucas Oil Modified Series, leader Austin Barnes continues his pursuit of a second title in three years

Matisyahu and Slightly Stoopid – Up to 40% Off Reggae Festival

Reggae Rise Up Festival

Liberty Park

$49.80 $30


Stephen Marley, Matisyahu, the Expendables, and Slightly Stoopid headline an outdoor festival

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Beehive Sport and Social Club's inaugural Beer Olympics assembles competitive brew enthusiasts for an evening of games championing teamwork and expert imbibing. Squads of six harness their guzzling skills to square off against other entrants during five flip-cup rounds and artfully avoid orbs chucked by opponents or frozen beer mugs lobbed by yetis with deadly aim during four dodgeball games. Beer-pong games nestle three tables side by side for three matches of precise aiming, and beer baseball adapts the rules of America's pastime around a table, cups, and ping-pong balls for five-inning bouts. Beehive Sport and Social Club rewards each participant with a commemorative T-shirt, though only one championing team obtains the Gold Beer Belt and a keg of coffee for the following morning. All contestants receive five beer tickets upon entry.

536 West 100 South
Salt Lake City,

Equal parts footrace, obstacle course, and mud bath, each RunnerCross course pits participants against up to 15 kilometers of creative and slippery barriers. Runnable as an individual race or as a team relay, heats of 300 runners at a time quickly muddy themselves as they scramble over hay bales, scale rain-slicked hills, and traverse bogs atop a teetering rope bridge. ChronoTrack timing chips in the numbered bibs give runners accurate lap times for settling photo finishes or stacking against past 5Ks, such as George Washington's historic run from a mob of angry cherry farmers.

2800 Rose Park Lane
Salt Lake City,

Cosmic Run provides a multisensory experience that pushes the limits of participants' imaginations with a mind-bending journey through a setting flush with dance music and fluorescent pops of color. As you run, witness futuristic, animated lighting effects before dancing the night away as world-famous DJs spin. During the festivities, you become a part of the cosmic canvas as glowing lights fill the space and the crowd takes on their otherworldly bright hues.

29 South State Street #511
Salt Lake City,

EVE SLC is a sprawling New Year's Eve celebration—so sprawling that it takes three days. Its epicenter is the Salt Palace, where DJs spin in two ballrooms, filled with thousands of beach balls in honor of the event. However, it reaches across the city, too, with art exhibits, film screenings, and comedy shows at venues from Clark Planetarium to Off Broadway Theater. The event even stretches into the sky, with jaw-dropping fireworks displays.

239 S Main St
Salt Lake City,

Salt Lake Fencing's skilled instructor fuels friendly athletic competition by adaptating fencing techniques to each guest's form and ability. During two-hour group fencing lessons, the savvy instructor gives beginner to intermediate swashbucklers a brief tour of fencing’s noble history while elucidating the weapons, basic attack moves, and this season's most stylish sword holsters. Rapiers in hand, masked guests learn and execute horseless jousts, lithe lunges, intricate footwork, and deft parries while dodging swift jabs and slices. Fledgling swordsmen work up to partaking in a real fencing duel, crossing blades with fellow dueling enthusiasts and freshly made mortal enemies to thwart the rise of such modern fighting techniques as eye pokes and selling false stories to the National Enquirer.

3030 S Main St
Salt Lake City,

A true polymath, Leonardo da Vinci was never content learning a single subject at a time. Leonardo’s expertise is renowned, as he honed his mind as an artist, scientist, inventor, and mutant ninja. In this same spirit, The Leonardo, his namesake museum, explores the ways that science, technology, art, and creativity connect. Each day, its exhibits bustle with activity as visitors examine thought-provoking installations, experiment with hands-on activities, and participate in ever-changing workshops.

The Dynamic Performance of Nature exhibit, for example, is a giant sine curve made of solar-powered LEDs that stretches the length of room. It flashes and changes its color in response to real-world factors such as solar radiation, humidity, and pollution. Artists, inventors, and other innovative thinkers work within the Lab@Leo, where they help museum guests make creative projects out of different materials. Some of the museum's other exhibits include I.D.: What Makes You, You?, which explores our genetic origins, and Render, where visitors can create their own short animated films.

209 East 500 South
Salt Lake City,