The Utah State Capitol is a Beautiful Building at any Time of Day
Front of the Utah State Capitol(Image is author's) A good landmark building to visit and to take children to in order to learn about history is the Utah State Capitol at the top of State Street in Salt Lake City. It is open most days for visitors to enter and roam the halls. There is much to see there.
The Longest Hallway in the US Is 602 Feet Taller Than the Statue of Liberty!
Office hallwayPhoto by Point3D Commercial Imaging Ltd. If you're thinking it's MIT's Infinite Corridor that runs an impressive 823 feet, then you may be in for a big surprise as there is another hallway that runs a cool 907 feet. For a little perspective, try comparing it to the Statue of Liberty which is 305 feet tall, the Gateway Arch which is 630 feet and the Golden Gate Bridge stands at 746 feet in height.
3 Amazing Living Roofs in San Francisco You Can Visit ASAP
The tops of San Francisco’s buildings are slowly turning green. No, it’s not because of some weird chemical reaction with Karl the Fog — the change is happening because of a 2017 law that requires the newest construction in the city to incorporate solar panels and living roofs.
Bus Tours Are a Fun Way to Learn About Salt Lake City
They are similar to tours in Washington, D.C. and New York City. Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City(Image is author's) Most major cities have bus tours available where visitors and residents can learn about certain points of interest and history of the area. Tourists often take advantage of bus tours when they visit Washington, D.C., New York City, and other large cities including Salt Lake City.