There's so much to see and do in Salt Lake City!
It’s much easier than you think – Salt Lake City is
accessible by plane, train and automobile. Salt Lake City
International Airport is just 10 minutes from the fabulous
downtown area, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the
variety of activities that are just a short walk, cab ride or
Uber away from the Salt Palace Convention Center.
Calling all foodies: Salt Lake City has become an exciting
destination for tempting those taste buds! Whether you’re
seeking comfort classics or exotic flavors, your palate is
sure to be satisfied. And if it’s lively nightlife you seek, the
city has you covered there, too. From intimate piano bars
to Western line dancing, jazz and even sports bars, you’re
sure to find the entertainment that’s right for you.
The first department store in the United States opened
in Salt Lake City in 1868 and, well, the rest is history. If
you crave the hustle and bustle of bags and boutiques,
you’ve met your match. Niche boutiques, souvenir shops,
malls and even high-end stores such as Tiffany & Co. and
Nordstrom await at City Creek Center right down
Zoos, gardens, museums – oh my! And let’s not forget
the scenic natural wonders unique to this little slice of
heaven known as Utah. Whether you’re bringing the kids,
rekindling romance or even traveling solo, Salt Lake City
Did you know Salt Lake City is the home to the world's largest genealogical library? Experience your family history in a whole new way during an exclusive night just for NFDA Convention attendees and their guests at the Family History Library*. You’re invited to explore your family tree using the latest interactive technologies: 100 custom iPads, life-size touch screen monitors, 42 research computers, and six recording studios where you can create an audio or video recording to preserve treasured family memories. All housed in the largest genealogical library in the world!
For the best experiences, Family Discovery guests are invited (but not required) to create a free online account at FamilySearch.org and build their family tree before coming to the library?
*Located at 35 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT