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.


Salt Lake City Main Public Library Exhibit

Salt Lake City Architecture: 169 Years of Necessity and Invention

Where: 210 E 400 South, SLC, 4th Floor, next to art exhibit 

When: now through September

About: assembled from documents in the Library’s special collections, the exhibit highlights Salt Lake City’s historic architecture through six themes — Sacred Spaces, Earthly Mansions, Halls of Learning, Local Culture, Civic Pride, and Your Home / Your Castle. Visitors may ask to see specific documents on display by asking at the desk.


Historic Architecture Tours

Interested in touring Utah’s historic architecture? The Utah Heritage Foundation (UHF) 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. UHF 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.