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Straddling a major intersection on S. Temple is this fascinating structure. While this is not the original, it is a replica and stands true to its original form. A plaque at the base of the gate gives an excellent historical background. Best way to see...More
In case you'd never seen Eagle Gate before - like me - I think it will have the biggest 'Wow'-effect when walking on South State Street towards North State Street (heading towards the State Capitol).
What I did was actually go and stand on the...More
OK, if you are a huge history buff and want to see something that has been there for a long time that marks a famous person's land, then by all means go and see this. Is it cool when you are driving ... yes. It's...More
Interestingly enough, the Eagle Gate has been there since the time Brigham Young lived. It was actually part of the gate entrance to his estate that included the Beehive house. Now I am not sure it has been moved or anything, but it is a...More
We enjoyed seeing Eagle Gate. Its a statue that goes across the intersection of State Street and South Temple. It marks the entrance to Brigham Young's property at the mouth of City Creek Canyon in Salt Lake City.
My favorite view is towards the Utah...More