In partnership with America’s top rental companies, DriveNow is able to offer a wide choice of rental cars and the latest deals on car hire at Salt Lake City Airport from brands such as Alamo, Avis, Budget, Hertz and Sixt.
Rental desks and vehicles are located opposite the terminal buildings on the ground floor of the parking area within easy walking distance of the arrivals hall. Many of our partners run a 24 hour operation ensuring that whatever your time you arrive at Salt Lake City airport they’ll be a rental car waiting for you.
Salt Lake City's Airport is the 27th busiest in North America and the 80th busiest in the world, having served over 21 million passengers in 2014 alone. Only 15 minutes away from a series of popular downtown hotels, the airport has two terminals, 86 gates and five concourses.
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What to do in Salt Lake City
The state capital of Utah, this city is a 20-minute drive from the eponymous Great Salt Lake. Founded in 1847 by a group of Mormon pioneers, the metropolis has since become home to people from a vast range of cultures and backgrounds. You'll also find cuisine to suit all tastes in its thriving food scene - this is, after all, where the first KFC restaurant was opened!
With the outdoors right at its doorstep and a booming university scene, Salt Lake City manages to reconcile small town quaintness with a liberal modernity. The end result is an enormously welcoming city, full of culture and history.
You'll find no shortage of things to do in Utah's capital. From rugged mountain ranges to science museums and unique architectural fixtures, there's something for everyone.
For US$13, you can visit the Natural History Museum of Utah. Open six days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a 9 p.m. late night on Wednesdays, this museum is full of fascinating exhibitions. The Native Voices display, for example, details the histories and traditions of the indigenous peoples of the Utah area. Dinosaur lovers can explore Past Worlds, a showcase of life 500 million years ago.
Whether you're going in winter or summer, take advantage of Utah's fresh air and picturesque landscapes. Big Cottonwood Canyon is only 25 minutes away from Salt Lake City International Airport and has superb hiking and mountain biking trails. Also a hugely accessibly skiing destination, this gorge will have an adventure for you to do all year round.
The stunning Temple Square is also worth stopping by, the main attraction being the enormous Church of Latter Day Saints chapel. Looking more like an ancient European castle than a house of worship, the temple took 40 years to build. While it's not open for tours, you are free to take pictures and explore the gardens and visitor's centre.