Salt Lake is making it easier than ever to make the most of the city for families planning a summer vacation. The Visit Salt Lake Connect Pass is an all-in-one ticket to Salt Lake’s most popular attractions at a single discounted price, saving visitors between 50 and 80 percent on regular admission prices.
The Connect Pass includes discounted admission to 15 offerings at 13 different attractions in and around the greater Salt Lake area. Download the pass to your phone, grab a map, and start exploring. Whether you’re looking for family fun (Clark Planetarium, Discovery Gateway, Utah’s Hogle Zoo, Museum of Natural Curiosity and Gardens), art (The Leonardo,Utah Museum of Fine Arts), museums (Natural History Museum of Utah, Museum of Ancient Life), history (Lion House Pantry), or outdoor explorations (Tracy Aviary, Snowbird Aerial Tram, Red Butte Garden, This is The Place Heritage Park, Utah Olympic Park) the Pass has got you covered.
Luckily, Connect Pass is available as a one-, two-, or three-day consecutive pass, so visitors can choose the option that works best for their family and itinerary. Prices range from $32–$60 per adult and $26–$50 per child, depending on the length of the pass. Regular admission to all of the included attractions would add up to over $192 per person, so the Connect Pass offers remarkable savings.
Getting Around with Connect Pass
With so many attractions available, the biggest challenge is how to cover as much ground as possible. When it comes to getting around Salt Lake, it’s easy and affordable thanks to the TRAX light rail system and US Bus Utah offers daily hop-on, hop-off sightseeing service every 45 minutes to the 10 Connect Pass venues located within the city. And bus service can even be combined with the Connect Pass for an additional price. The US Bus is a fun, flexible way to get around the city and get even more out of your Connect Pass.
For those who prefer pedal power, the city’s GREENBike SLC bike sharing program costs as little as $5 for a 24-hour access pass.