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Promontory Hall

Constructed in 1902, Promontory Hall's legacy as the first-ever building at the Fairpark adds a layer of historical significance to its allure. The meticulous blend of early Mission style and Beaux Arts architecture not only captures the essence of a bygone era but also bestows an enduring charm that resonates with visitors. The "Gateway to the Fairpark" moniker speaks to its central role as a welcoming focal point, inviting guests to embark on a journey through both the past and present.

The structure's timeless design not only reflects the architectural trends of its era but also showcases a commitment to craftsmanship and attention to detail. As sunlight bathes its fa├žade, the warm hues and intricate embellishments create a visual symphony, setting the stage for an immersive experience within its hallowed hall.

Promontory Hall stands as a testament to the Fairpark's commitment to preserving its heritage while embracing the future. Whether hosting cultural events, exhibitions, or gatherings, this venerable landmark remains an eloquent host, seamlessly blending history, elegance, and a touch of modern versatility for anything you envision.

Square Footage: ~10,700 Total Guests: 1,000 empty capacity

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Contact Corey Burns corey@utahstatefair.com

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