Utah State is Utah's land grant university, founded in 1888. Logan is a college town, and many of its residents are affiliated with Utah State. As you would expect, Utah State has a rich tradition of agricultural education, but it also has a surprisingly vibrant performing arts tradition. Aggie football has been on the rise in recent years, and Aggie basketball has the most active and enthusiastic fan base in the state. Utah state hosts numerous conferences, conventions and athletic tournaments, especially in summer. The campus covers an area between about 900 and 1400 east, and about 600-1400 North.
Discover a century of the past at this 160-acre living history center, dedicated to celebrating and preserving the history of the Old West from 1820 to 1920. This living-history attraction offers hands-on learning experiences and seasonal special events such as Baby Animal Days and Harvest Festival. Open Monday-Saturday during the summer, special events during fall, winter and spring.
Six miles south of Logan, Utah on U.S. Hwy. 89/91
435-245-6050 or 800-225-FEST
Regular admission $3-$5, special events vary
The Old Lyric Repertory Theatre presents four shows in rotation, for five weeks in the summer. Musical theatre, mysteries, comedies and talented players make the Old Lyric's summer season a highlight of northern Utah's summer theater scene.
Caine Lyric Theatre
28 W. Center St.
Logan, UT 84321
The Logan Utah LDS temple was completed in 1887 and was designed by Truman O. Angell, who designed the Salt Lake Temple, the Lion House, the Beehive House, the Utah Territorial Statehouse, the St. George Utah Temple and the Salt Lake Tabernacle. The historic building with its beautiful grounds is worth a visit if you're in the area.
175 North 300 East
Logan, Utah 84321