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Salt Lake City


Shopping in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake is a western shopping oasis. Two major shopping malls sit in the heart of the city with hundreds of national brand stores like Nordstrom, Meier and Frank, and Eddie Bauer. The Gateway, a multi-story, open-air, upscale shopping district three blocks long, opened in November 2001. The Gateway is also home to the Olympic Legacy Plaza and several restaurants.

The Gateway
So much to do. Open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment at over 90 shops and restaurants. Salt Lake's only open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment destination including over 90 shops/restaurants. Featuring the Olympic Legacy Plaza and historic Union Pacific Depot.
The Olympic Legacy Plaza is located at the northern end of The Gateway. The dancing waters of the Olympic Snowflake Fountain are coordinated to music every 30 minutes. The names of all 28,000 Olympic volunteers are carved in rock on the wall behind the fountain.

The 1908 Union Pacific Depot is a beautiful example of French Renaissance architecture. Original artwork adorns the Grand Hall with murals and stained glass depicting Utah’s history.

Crossroads Plaza
Across from Temple Square and the Salt Palace, with Nordstroms, Mervyn's, more than 100 fine stores and restaurants.
50 South Main Street, Salt Lake City,

ZCMI Center Mall br/> Variety of shops anchored by Meier & Frank department store. Wonderful food court. Free 2-hour parking. br/> 36 South State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Shopping at The Gateway
Shopping at The Gateway

Shopping at The Gateway
Shopping at The Gateway



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