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Vacation Rental Price Information in Salt Lake City
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Salt Lake City. The most expensive prices are in December (12/15 - 12/22). Prices reach an average of $252 per night. You can find some of the best deals during a week of April (4/6 - 4/13). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Rental Availability Information in Salt Lake City
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Salt Lake City. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of December (12/22 - 12/29), as 51% of the rentals are booked. It is easier to find a rental in a week of November (11/24 - 12/1), as only 14% of the accommodations are booked.
The Weather in Salt Lake City
Find the Salt Lake City climate diagram. In the next 6 months, June will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 21° in Salt Lake City in January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is January.
Consider a Salt Lake City vacation rental for your next adventure
Best known to many Americans as the center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon church), Salt Lake City offers visitors everything from a city break to outdoor expeditions. It also attracts winter sports lovers thanks to a profusion of ski resorts and clear mountain air. Booking a vacation rental in Salt Lake City is a great way to discover this diverse region.
The best time to visit Salt Lake City
In Salt Lake City, vacation homes will be most in demand during the summer and winter months. The city has four distinct seasons. The winter months from December to March bring with it the promise of snow-filled slopes and crisp mountain air. April and May is perfect for outdoor activities as the snow starts to melt. Be sure to pack some boots, just in case.
June to August is the hottest time of the year, but is a great time to come and cool down on the banks of the Great Salt Lake. Fall, meanwhile, is quieter and perfect for those wanting a peaceful vacation in their own private vacation home.
Sights around the city
The state of Utah's most visited attraction is right here in Salt Lake City. Temple Square is the world headquarters of the LDS Church, housing several fascinating structures, such as the oval dome-shaped building called the Tabernacle, the Gothic-Victorian style Assembly Hall, and Beehive House.
The Salt Lake City and County Building is an iconic structure with a central clock tower topped by an imposing statue of Columbia. Place Heritage Park pays homage to the early Mormon settlers, and is a popular place for demonstrations. Learn lots from the free guided tours at the Utah State Capital Building, which displays interesting architectural elements. For a peek into one of Salt Lake City's oldest neighborhoods, head down to Sugar House, a district full of trendy cafes and bars. The Clark Planetarium and Hogle Zoo will particularly appeal to kids. After a day of exploring Salt Lake City, return to your vacation rental to unwind.
Art and culture in Salt Lake City
The Natural History Museum of Utah is a must-visit for its scintillating Jurassic-era dinosaur skeletons. Follow this up with a visit to the Utah Museum of Fine Arts which houses 18,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years of human history. For free exhibitions, conferences, talks and cultural activities, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (UMOCA) is your best bet. The Church History Museum inside Temple Square is another treasure trove of information on Mormon history.
Performing arts is big in Salt Lake City, and is home to a number of ballet, dance and opera companies, theaters and symphonies. The Salt Lake Film Society frequently organizes screenings of classic, independent and foreign films.
The outdoors await
Begin with Liberty Park (the city's version of Central Park), that welcomes families with its amusement park, fountains, paddle boats, tennis courts and swimming pools. The Tracy Aviary is home to close to 130 species of birds, many of them endangered species. Sculpture lovers should not miss the unique Gilgal Sculpture Garden.
Drive out of the city to enjoy Utah's hiking, mountain biking, rock-climbing, fishing, boating and camping activities. The Great Salt Lake is a refuge for fish, birds and nature lovers. Ski resorts such as Snowbird, Solitude, Brighton and Deer Valley are popular with the winter crowd thanks to a plethora of winter sport activities. A Salt Lake City vacation rental is the perfect base to fully enjoy the outdoors.
Festivals and events in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City is no stranger to festivals and events. Soon after the New Year festivities die down, the Salt Lake City Marathon in April is quickly followed by Great Salt Lake Bird Festival and the Living Traditions Festival (a must for culture buffs). Summer time features Utah Pride and the Utah Arts Festival in June, and the Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival in July.
This city is full of surprises; history, mountains, winter sports and outdoor activities await so book your vacation rental in Salt Lake City to explore this gem of Western America.
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Utah State Capitol
Seat of government for Utah State, this building follows a neoclassical style. Interior columns and walls made from Georgia marble, natural skylights and the Liberty Bell Replica are stand-out features.
Red Butte Garden
This attractive garden is ideal for a family outing. Spread over 100 acres and with numerous walking trails, it comprises floral displays, an arboretum and an amphitheatre.
Natural History Museum of Utah
With an impressive 1.3 million objects, this museum is brilliantly curated according to fascinating themes such as Great Salt Lake, First Peoples, Native Voices and Past Worlds. There is also an abundance of child-friendly exhibits.
Covering 35 acres, must-see attractions here include the Mormon Temple and Tabernacle, whilst Temple Square is beautifully-lit by night.
Big Cottonwood Canyon
This magnificent canyon is home to two world-class ski resorts, rock climbing routes, off-piste skiing, sledding and mountain biking trails. Vistas of blue skies and powdery snow await.
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