Events & Tours
Through tours, events, exhibits, and online stories and dialogue, the UCFA stimulates fresh thinking about where we live and the importance of good design to quality of life.
Revitalized Regent Street Walking Tour
The Utah Center for Architecture is offering two public events to celebrate great architecture and urban planning in Utah.
On April 24, 2017, a free tour of the revitalized Regent Street and the recently-completed George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater will be offered to the community to see, sense and learn about revitalizing communities. Bringing new life to urban areas is a challenge for designers, public officials, and citizens. In addition to meeting demanding technical requirements, these places must look to the future of the city while paying tribute to its past and integrating with the urban fabric.
The tour will begin at 2:30 PM in the lobby of the Theatre, at 115 Main St., Salt Lake City and last approximately 1.5 hours. Click here for more information, including speakers Space is limited. Register Now!
“Box City” Celebration
Also, on Monday, April 24 at 7 p.m., the community is invited to attend the dedication of 2017 Box City, devised by the creative minds of elementary school children. The dedication will be held at The City Library, Main Library, which is located at 210 E 400 S, Salt Lake City, Utah. The 2017 Box City will remain on display for the entire week.
Architecture Week events are created for the public, are free, and accessible.
Preservation Utah’s 2017 Historic Home Tour
Preservation Utah (a new name for the Utah Heritage Foundation) is holding this year’s tour in the Yalecrest neighborhood of Salt Lake City, more specifically the Douglas Park subdivision and surrounding area. It is this Saturday, April 22, from 10 AM – 5 PM. Cost is $20 in advance and for Preservation Utah members, and $25 at the door for non-members. Click here for more information and to register.
Ongoing Historic Architecture Tours
Preservation Utah offers both self-guided and guided tours of historic Salt Lake City. You can download a map and audio tour of the City’s Gateway District, and guides to historic South Temple Street, Capitol Hill and the City’s downtown. Preservation Utah docents guide tours of the Kearns (Utah Governor’s) Mansion, Salt Lake City & County Building, McCune Mansion, Meditation Chapel in Memory Grove Park, and the Marmalade Historic District.