NEH WORKSHOP DIRECTORY
We strongly encourage national participants to cultivate collegiality by lodging in the block of rooms we have reserved at the University Guest House located in Historic Fort Douglas on the University of Utah campus: universityguesthouse.com. The cost is $105 for a double room and a continental breakfast is included. The Guest House is located within walking and campus shuttle distance to the Tanner Humanities Center, the Commander’s House, and other campus facilities and recreational areas. There are a variety of lodging options in Salt Lake City, however, if you prefer to stay elsewhere: www.visitsaltlake.com.
Salt Lake International Airport | slcairport.com
Utah Transit Authority & TRAX |rideuta.com
The Utah Transit Authority’s TRAX is Salt Lake Valley’s light rail system, and the
University of Utah is situated along the Red Line. The Tanner Humanities Center is
a short walk or shuttle ride from the Red Line’s South Campus stop and the University Guest House is a short walk from the Red Line’s Fort Douglas stop.
To reach the Guest House from the Airport, take the Green Line to the Court House and transfer to the Red Line to University. To reach the Airport from the Guest House, take the Red Line to the Court House and transfer to the Green Line to Airport.
University of Utah Campus Shuttles
Free campus shuttles operate Monday through Friday from approximately 6:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. depending on the route. There is no regular weekend service. For routes, schedules, and live shuttle tracking: click here.
Salt Lake City sits at an altitude of 4,226 feet. While its summers are beautiful, they also are hot and dry. Our landmark visits may require participants to walk uphill or on uneven terrain and be in the sun occasionally. We advise that participants come prepared with sturdy walking shoes, comfortable clothing, sun protection, and hydration.
NEH Disclaimer: Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in
do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.