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The Radisson is just three miles from Temple Square

Make the Radisson your home base for exploring the best concert venues, shopping centers and sporting events in Salt Lake City. Walk five minutes east and catch a ride on the TRAX light rail so you can easily navigate to attractions like the Vivint Smart Home Arena. Families enjoy visiting the Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum for hands-on fun and Utah’s Hogle Zoo to see 42 acres worth of incredible animals. Sports fans only have to travel six miles to watch a Utah Utes game at Rice-Eccles Stadium, and our hotel is less than an hour from Utah Olympic Park, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Nearby attractions include:

  • Utah Transit Authority (UTA)
    Getting around Salt Lake City is affordable and easy with UTA’s bus route and TRAX light rail system. The nearest TRAX station is just a five-minute walk from the hotel.
    Phone: +1 (801) 743-3882
  • The Depot (2.8 miles)
    This 17,000-square-foot facility boasts a music venue for up to 1,200 guests, a grand hall for conventions and some of SLC’s most exciting events.
    Phone: +1 (801) 355-5522
  • Discovery Gateway Children's Museum (3 miles)
    At Utah’s premier children’s museum, parents can watch their kids grow and learn about the principles of science, media, agriculture, exercise and more with hands-on exhibits.
    Phone: +1 (801) 456-5437
  • The Gateway (3 miles)
    The Gateway is a contemporary, open-air entertainment complex with four dozen shops, restaurants like Rumbi Island Grill, a planetarium and a movie theater.
    Phone: +1 (801) 456-0000
  • Vivint Smart Home Arena (3 miles)
    Originally known as the Delta Center when it opened in 1991, this state-of-the-art, 22,000-seat facility is home to the Utah Jazz (NBA) and concerts by some of the world’s hottest entertainers.
    Phone: +1 (801) 325-7528
  • In The Venue (3 miles)
    Grab a beer from the fully stocked bar at the city’s oldest nightclub and jam along to a live concert by either a local band or an internationally acclaimed musician.
    Phone: +1 (801) 359-3219
  • Church History Museum (3 miles)
    Your family can learn about Mormonism and its past at the Church History Museum, affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and located in downtown SLC.
    Phone: +1 (801) 240-3310
  • Temple Square (3 miles)
    You don’t want to miss Temple Square, a historic district that contains the architecturally astounding Salt Lake Temple, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Brigham Young’s home and more.
    Phone: +1 (801) 531-1000
  • The City Library (4.5 miles)
    Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Moshe Safdie, this gorgeous library is impressive in more ways than one, featuring a public art gallery, a hair salon, a café, a radio station and a florist shop.
    Phone: +1 (801) 524-8200
  • Rice-Eccles Stadium (6 miles)
    Home to the Utah Utes football team, Rice-Eccles Stadium also features concerts by world-renowned musicians, AMA Supercross, soccer matches and other sports events year-round.
    Phone: +1 (801) 581-8849
  • The University of Utah (6 miles)
    Also known as the U, this public university boasts a rigorous academic curriculum, PAC-12 athletics and plenty of public events. The U is recognized as one of the best colleges in the country at fostering entrepreneurship.
    Phone: +1 (801) 581-7200
  • Red Butte Garden (8 miles)
    Pack a picnic and go for a hike in the natural beauty of Red Butte Garden, a 100-acre green space and arboretum on the eastern edge of the University of Utah.
    Phone: +1 (801) 585-0556
  • Utah's Hogle Zoo (8 miles)
    Walk along 42 acres of tree-lined pathways as you view more than 800 animals from around the world. Come see the zoo’s newest exhibit, African Savanna, which features zebras, ostriches and nyalas.
    Phone: +1 (801) 584-1700
  • Saltair (13.5 miles)
    This grand concert hall and pavilion, built in 1893 on the south shore of the Great Salt Lake, invites music lovers to attend shows by entertainers from around the world.
    Phone: +1 (801) 250-4388
  • Utah Motorsports Campus (30 miles)
    The full course at Utah Motorsports Campus is the longest track in North America, spanning four and a half miles, and can be split into an east and west course for smaller races.
    Phone: +1 (435) 277-8000
  • Utah Olympic Park (30 miles)
    Go ice skating, play hockey, ride a bobsled, zip line or ski at the same facility where international athletes competed in the 2002 Winter Olympics.
    Phone: +1 (435) 658-4200