United States Utah Salt Lake City
The Eagle Gate Monument
- South Temple
Tips from the community
The Eagle Gate Monument is a historic landmark in Salt Lake City that was built in 1859. The monument features a large eagle perched atop a gate that once marked the entrance to Brigham Young's private property. Today, the Eagle Gate Monument serves as a symbol of the city's heritage and is a popular attraction for visitors to Salt Lake City.
seeker 1 year ago
The Eagle Gate Monument Guides
- stillontheroad (Giada Matera) Here are the spots I've been to when I visited SLC for just a day. Love when all the most important landmarks are walking distance.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) Salt Lake City, Utah is a city rich in history and culture, with a story that spans back over 170 years. A Salt Lake City history walking tour is a unique opportunity to explore the city's past and present, and to gain a deeper understanding of the people and events that have shaped this vibrant community. From the founding of the Mormon Church and the arrival of the pioneers, to the construction of the state capitol and the city's growth as a center of industry and commerce, there is much to discover on a Salt Lake City history walking tour. Whether you are a local looking to learn more about your city, or a visitor eager to explore Salt Lake City's fascinating past, this walking tour is a must-see experience.