Holladay is a city in Salt Lake County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Salt Lake City, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 26,472 at the 2010 census, a significant increase from 14,561 in 2000. The city was incorporated on November 29, 1999 as Holladay-Cottonwood, and the name was shortened to Holladay on December 14 of that year. It was reported in the 1990 census as the Holladay-Cottonwood CDP.
Restaurants in Holladay
5 based on 87 reviews
Hale Centre Theatre (HCT) is Utah's Premiere Family Theatre whose mission is to provide afforadable world-class family theatre and theatre education for and by the community. HCT produces plays and musicals year-round in its center stage theatre. HCT opened in 1985 in South Salt Lake and became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1997 in preparation to move to its current location in West Valley City in 1998. HCT provides theatre education programs as well as costume rentals.
We love HTC and have come attended numerous performances over the years. Such a great venue for these wonderful musicals. We just saw Seven Brides for Seven Brothers the other night. It's one of our favorite musicals and HTC did not disappoint. Everything was great. The scenery, the music, and the actors were fantastic. It really is a wonderful little place to visit. We hope to return after they have relocated.
3.5 based on 20 reviews
Maybe one of the best patios in the valley... a little carried away with the misters though that night. Decent limited menu with good quality and very economical.. Service was excellent... Madison did an outstanding job serving us and even let me call her "square garden" all night...
4.5 based on 60 reviews
This mall has changed a lot over the years. There used to be much more variety in the type of stores. Now it seems that more than half the mall is pricey women's clothes and Makeup shops. They seem to cater to a narrower market;. Young women who don't care about price. We do enjoy the restaurants. And there used to be a TCBY's yogurt store that was always busy, but the manager said the rent was so high they couldn't make it there. Too bad. I have heard that the mall management charges too much for their space. I guess that's why the stores are more pricey.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
As the Utah state museum of natural history, this top attraction provides an introduction to the science in Utah's remarkable landscape! With engaging exhibits and over 5,000 artifacts on display, the Museum features Utah's paleontology discoveries, fascinating gems and minerals found world-wide, preserved artifacts from Utah's prehistoric peoples, and stories told by the five Native nations that lie within the state's boundaries. Journey to the top of a three-story indoor Canyon. Wander through Utah's dinosaurs and animal life. Interact with earthquakes, erosion, and our Digital Globe to discover how the earth's surface and the Great Salt Lake have changed over time. Enjoy breath-taking views from our observatory deck. Hike the Bonneville Shoreline trail. Experience natural history as only Utah can reveal it. Enjoy beverages, lunch or a snack at the Museum Cafe. Shop the Museum Store for unique jewelry and gift items influenced by nature's design. Visitors with young kids will enjoy Our Backyard, an intimate, discovery-based environment that invites our pre-school visitors to experience natural history first hand!
We spent 4 hours there, and it was worth the trip. We started at the special exhibition of Nature's amazing machines, flight, body cooling and warming, walking, lifting etc. Interactive displays for kids and adults, and all the displays still worked. We stopped by their Life Section and enjoyed the Tree of Life digital display, the dinosaurs and the large mammal skeletons, and gems. There are 4 levels with all sorts of different exhibits, something is sure to tickle your fancy.
5 based on 82 reviews
Holiday River Expeditions offers several Utah River Rafting vacations. The Green River rafting trip is a 5 or 6 day trip that features exciting whitewater rapids for all ages. This trip usually includes some hiking to explore ancient Indian ruins and petroglyphs. The San Juan River rafting trip is a 3-day adventure down the exquisite San Juan River where you’ll experience the phenomenon of "sand waves". The Yampa River is the last undammed river in the Colorado River system and this is a 4 or 5 day trip for the intermediate river rafting enthusiast. The Desolation Canyon river rafting vacation is rated "easy" and is available for children as young as five years old. This is a 5 or 6 day river rafting trip through Canyonlands National Park where the scenery is always breathtaking. Adventure seekers will enjoy an abundance of wildlife sightings such as elk, moose and black bear and some great trout fishing. Transportation to and from the river is included in the cost, as well as delicious campfire meals prepared fresh each day.
Just returned from my second Westwater Canyon trip and what an amazing time. This company does it right and the trip was absolutely perfect. A big thanks to Colter, Rolf, Vern, Sandy and Josh for doing such an outstanding job taking care of everything. They love their work and in so doing make the entire experience simply fantastic. Holiday sets a bar that few others can meet and we are already thinking about another trip next year.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
Mountain resort offers sleek downhill skiing trails for expert skiers.
I have skiing here for 40 years. Great terrain and snow conditions. Excellent grooming as well as super challenging off trail runs
4.5 based on 698 reviews
The Garden offers something for everyone from children who want to explore to adults looking for landscape and planting ideas. You might enjoy taking a class, packing a picnic, attending a concert or hiking. Red Butte Garden is open year-round with plant interest and events during every season. Red Butte Garden, a part of the University of Utah, is a non-profit organization located in Salt Lake City, Utah. With 100 acres including display and natural gardens, walking paths and natural areas with hiking trails, Red Butte Garden is the largest botanical garden in the Intermountain West. See the new four-acre garden highlighting water thrift beautiful plants: see, grow, save H2o.
We spent a couple of hours waling through these gardens that are situated on the hill behind the University of Utah campus. The gardens have been recently renovated and are very special! There are beautiful views facing west across the U of U campus and the valley below. There are plenty of places to sit and relax, too. Everyone who has an interest in botanical gardens should go here!
4.5 based on 755 reviews
Yet more massive, brutalist architecture, with a good attempt to soften it by instituting rooftop gardens. Lines were long for the Thursday evening rehearsal of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (this is the summer venue), but no worries, the hall seats 21,000. This choir ARRIVES PREPARED, with music already learned. What a difference that makes.
5 based on 1 reviews
Are you looking for a massage in Salt Lake City that is open 7 days a week and late into the evening? Whether you just finished skiing or need a massage after working all day, Elements Massage is open every day to suit your schedule and needs. Ask about our Wellness Program that the whole family can use. We offer the best massage in Salt Lake City.
I booked this appointment because of a reference from a massage instructor friend of mine.
I researched it online, and they offer GREAT discounts for first time visitors.
They were able to accommodate both a first time 15 year old, and a seasoned veteran (myself) of massage therapy.
They did a perfect job, and my body was SO happy!
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Family reunion, and we needed a pretty yet easy walk which everyone in the group could manage. Silver Lake filled the bill. Wide, mostly flat trail around the pretty lake, some of it on boardwalk. Those in their 70s and even 80s in our group handled it with ease, and we passed families with little ones in strollers. For those who want to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful vistas of Big Cottonwood Canyon and stretch their legs just a little, this is recommended. (and afterwards, the more serious walkers can drive further up the canyon to Brighton and hike up to Mary Lake).
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