6 Things to do near Salt Lake City International Airport
During a layover at Salt Lake City International Airport, you can have a variety of options to choose from on how you are going to spend your layover.
You might need to grab a bite and there is a variety of Hotels to offer the services.
You might also decide to go out and see what Salt Lake City e.g. the Utah state History Museum, the Hoogle Zoo, and others.
Go to the Park
You may decide to go to Antelope Island State Park to view some scenery at the park which may also give you a chance to experience the wildlife taste of Salt Lake City.
Go to the Temple Square
For a peaceful moment close to God, you can go to Temple Square to see the Choir Rehearsals; you can also view the Christos Statue.
Read at the Library
For book lovers and readers you can decide to go read at the Library around the Airport either for educational or leisure services.
Visit the Museum
You may also visit the Church History Museum to get enriched with the Local History, some artifacts and Learn about the culture around Salt Lake City
Destinations from Salt Lake City International Airport
|Destination||How to get there|
|Yellowstone National Park||Take a bus from Salt Lake City Airport to Island Park via Rexburg. A bus from the airport to Rexburg will take you 4 hours 30 minutes and cost $35 to $60 and from Rexburg to Island Park will take you one hour and cost $26 to $35. From Island Park take a taxi directly to Yellowstone park which will take you 1 hour 21 minutes and cost $5 to $9|
|Domestic||Take a bus from the airport to Orem which will take approximately 1 hour and cost $25 to $35. Walk for six minutes to UVU station and take a bus to 300 North Station which will take you approximately 26 minutes and cost $3. Walk to domestic which is approximately 517 meters and will take you 6 minutes to walk.|
|Park City||Take a bus from the airport to Salt Lake City which will approximately take you 30 minutes and cost $1 to $30. Transfer to Salt Lake Central Station and take a bus to the old town transit center via Kimball Junction Transit Center. Form Salt Lake Central Station to Kimball Junction Transit Center it will take you approximately 54 minutes and cost $3 and from Kimball Junction to Old Town Transit Center it will take you approximately 15 minutes.|
|Hyatt Place||Take a bus from the airport to Salt Lake City which will take you approximately 30 minutes and cost $1 to $30. Transfer to Salt Lake Central Station and take a bus to Hyatt place via Kimball Junction Transit Station which will take you approximately58 minutes and cost $3|
|Holiday Inn||Take a bus from the airport to Ogden, UT which will take you approximately 41 minutes and cost $25 to $35. Walk for 10 minutes to Holiday Inn which is approximately 871 meters.|
|Hampton Inn||Take a bus from the airport to Orem which will take you approximately 1 hour and cost $25 to $35. From Orem take another bus to University Avenue which will take you approximately 38 minutes and cost $3. Walk for 12 minutes which is approximately 1 kilometer to Hampton Inn|
|Salt Lake City||Take a Line 704 tram to Salt Lake City which will take you approximately 22 minutes and cost $3. A direct bus can be a great option which will take 30 minutes approximately and cost $22 to $30|
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