Hill Aerospace Museum More than 90 retired aircraft from the dawn of flight, World War II, The Cold War and later are on display at this unique museum on Hill Air Force Base, with flight simulators for everyone to try.
7961 Wardleigh Rd, Building 1955 Hill AFB, UT, 84056-5842
Powder Mountain Resort With more skiable acres than any park in the U.S., no resort in the country offers as many options to skiers and snowboarders of all types and experience levels. In total, there are 144 runs spanning 7,000 acres.
Salt Lake City Founded in 1847, SLC, as itsit's also known, is home to a vast selection of seasonal festivals all year, including the Salt Lake Jazz Festival, Twilight Concert Series, Utah Arts Festival and Pride Festival.
Snowbasin Resort Short lift lines, 3,000 skiable acres, 39 well-groomed runs, a family-friendly snow tubing hill and 16 miles of Nordic trails make this one of the best-kept secrets in Utah winter sports.
Sundance Film Festival The most renowned film festival in the world is also a Utah tradition. Every January the streets of Salt Lake and Park City fill with Hollywood stars, as independent films screen in historic theaters across town.
Treehouse Museum This special family museum features 26,000 sq-ft. of hands-on educational exhibits, specifically aimed at children ages 1-12. Focused on literacy and the arts, the award-winning space invites you to "Step into a Story".
Wasatch Mountain State Park At 22,000 acres, this historic year-round state park houses four 18-hole golf courses, miles of hiking, mountain biking, snowshoe and snowmobile trails. The park was also host to the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, with biathlon and in-line skating facilities.
Wolf Creek Resort Golf Club A semi-private course overlooking the scenic Ogden Valley and Wasatch Mountains, golf here is some of the finest in Utah, right next-door to WorldMark Wolf Creek. It's also the state's only Audubon-certified course, with abundant wildlife throughout.