39 S State St, Salt Lake City Utah 84111
This building was dedicated to the social gatherings of the early frontier settlers. There settlers shook off the hardships of frontier life and enjoyed music, dancing and lectures. The remains were uncovered in 1991 and a museum was erected to preserve them. This was the first theatre west of the Missouri. A glass enclosure displays the walls of the original building, along with artifacts. Historical tours are offered.
Open Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. and Saturday 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. it is free to the public.
Other History nearby:
(Salt Lake City) Beehive House
(Fairfield) Camp Floyd
(Salt Lake City) Cathedral Church of St. Mark
(Salt Lake City) Cathedral of the Madeleine
(Salt Lake City) Council Hall
(Salt Lake City) Fort Douglas Military Museum
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10/23 Coming to The Salt Lake City area
Malad Valley Welsh Festival Malad City ID June28-July1 Today, Malad Valley has the largest per capita concentration of people of Welsh ancestry outside the country of Wales itself. For that reason, many residents of the Valley wanted to reestablish their Welsh roots. In 2005, after a 90 year break, this annual cultural event, now called the Malad Valley Welsh Festival, once again became a reality.