Choose from several historic buildings

The Grand Building

Built in 1905, the Grand Building is comprised of two floors. The top level hosts Salt Lake’s largest permanent wooden dance floor, complete with vaulted ceilings and majestic chandeliers from the historic Hotel Utah. The lower level is an immense room with over-sized, extravagant entryways each side. The building has been honored with two awards of merit from the Utah Society of A1A and the Utah Heritage Foundation.

Promontory Hall

Built in 1902, it was the first building constructed at the Fairpark. Originally called the Horticulture Building, it was later renamed Promontory Hall, nicknamed “Gateway to the Fairpark”. It is one of the most iconic buildings in the Fairpark, the combination of early Mission style and Beaux Arts conveys an ambiance of class and character — the perfect host for anything you have in mind.

Pioneer Building

Situated in the heart of the Fairpark, the Pioneer Building offers guests an intimate setting with a classic feel. It’s the perfect location for smaller parties and functions.

Zion Building

Bonneville Building