Riverton is a city in Salt Lake County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Salt Lake City, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 38,753 at the 2010 census. Riverton is located in the rapidly growing Southwestern corner of the Salt Lake Valley.
Restaurants in Riverton
4 based on 527 reviews
The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium highlights animal habitats in Utah waters, Earth's oceans and South American species. Learn about our interdependence with the fragile ecosystems of our planet through entertaining, interactive educational exhibits and programs.
Since we come from out of town, this place is the perfect opportunity for a day trip. Honestly, if you've been to larger city aquariums, you're not going to find this one equally grand. However, it is a lovely aquarium given the location. It has...MoreHello, Thank you for your review and feedback. We're glad you and your family enjoyed the Aquarium and the otters and penguins! Mika Miller, Marketing Coordinator
4.5 based on 153 reviews
We attend weekly. Recently we have experienced bad popcorn and luxury seats that dont heat any longer. Not really a big deal but Megaplex contacted us and we sent them a statement. I didnt thin they would respond and were just collecting data. Wow that evening they apologized and offered tickets and popcorn for the review. We really like going to the show there and will return.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
The view of the field is superb from every seat, parking is easy and the food offerings inside are better than anywhere I've ever watched a game. Chili with cheese from Utah and a grilled cheese sandwich - just awesome. Safe for families and CLEAN
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Took our 14 year old son and his 2 friends here, spur of the moment... Place was packed! The owner ( Brian) said no problem and hooked us up in a space designed for parties.. My son and his buddies couldn't wipe the grins off their faces.. Great affordable food.. We will definitely be back! Thanks Brian
4.5 based on 177 reviews
Stroll brick-lined paths and discover 22 boutique-style shops surrounding the historic Gardner Mill. With the ambiance and charm of an early Utah Village, you'll enjoy shopping and dining in a leisurely-paced setting, just 12 miles south of downtown Salt Lake City in the heart of the Salt Lake Valley. From furniture, home decor, candy, quilts, bedding, jewelry, women's and kids' clothing, antiques and more, our shops are brimming with fabulous finds for you and your home. Enjoy lunch or dinner at Archibald's Restaurant or Naborhood Bakery. Savor hand-dipped chocolates and caramel apples at the Chocolate Covered Wagon. Host a meeting or wedding at The Gathering Place or Archibald's Restaurant event spaces. Relax with a massage, pedicure or manicure in the Cottage Retreat Salon & Spa. Have professional photos taken at Camera Shy Photography. Delight your children at a year round petting zoo and pony rides. Gardner Village comes alive each October with the popular WitchFest, elves at Christmas and Woodland Fairies during the spring. Wasatch Front Farmers Market makes its home at Gardner Village July through October. Spend the afternoon or day milling around Utah's favorite shopping, dining and historic experience.
Gardner Village is a really lovely, fun shopping experience for both kids and adults. It is exactly as the title says, a beautifully laid out, tiny village with some authentically historic buildings. Though it's a little out-of-the-way for the average visitor to Salt Lake City (located about 25 minutes away from downtown, in West Jordan), it's well worth the effort if you have the time. Most of the shops are small, locally owned businesses, and you can actually find a number of items handmade in Utah. There's a great candy shop that also has really good cocoa and ice cream, a toy store, a knitting store, kid's clothing, a great consignment housewares store, and so on. During the Christmas season, they have scenes from an elf village place throughout, with a scavenger hunt for the kids. In the field next to the village, they often have activities set up for kids - pony rides, and so forth. I highly recommend it as a shopping outing, especially if you're looking for something a little different.
4.5 based on 380 reviews
Thanksgiving Point offers an array of different activities including 55-acre gardens, Museum of Ancient Life, Mammoth Screen 3D theater, Water Tower Plaza, Harvest Restaurant, the Emporium, Farm Country and a 18-hole golf course.
We got the explorer pass which allows you to visit The museum of natural history, farm country, the museum of natural curiosity, and the gardens. In one day's time, we were only able to get to three of the four. We left for dinner and then went back. We probably could have gotten to everything if we ate on the premises. Our kids' age range from 13 to 4. Everyone had so much fun! Another review said it wasn't worth a drive, but I disagree. We drove down from Idaho and made a weekend out of it! Totally worth it. We all want to go back at some future point.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
This was so fun! The owner was incredibly nice and even came outside to take some photos for us! This was definitely worth the quick drive from Salt Lake City!
The owners allow people to do photo shoots (with balloons - cuuuute!!!) but they request that you contact them in advance.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Had a few minutes to burn so took my son on the par 3 course.... Course is in poor condition at best and runs parallel to driving range ( no fence separating the 2) Needless to say you are constantly stepping over range balls and looking over your shoulder thinking you might get hit! Service was good.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
With more than 400 interactive experiences, you can choose a new adventure each time you visit the Museum of Natural Curiosity®. In Rainforest, explore the ancient ruins and chambers, crawl inside the 45-foot-tall monkey head, and pretend to fly the Piper Cub. At Water Works, explore science with water, wind, sun, and earth, or go to the Discovery Garden to learn about nature and the six simple machines in the Archimedes Playground. You can even explore the town of Kidopolis, where you’ll discover secret passageways and perform tricks at the magic shop. For more educational opportunities, visit the exhibit in the Innovation Gallery or take a class in one of the Dickson Academy classrooms. The options are endless for all curious minds at the Museum of Natural Curiosity.
I wanted to come here because of the head thing where you can only see your head and your body is missing but it was out of service. My kid had fun I like the Waterworks part of it. The fish were cool. We were only here for about an hour and a half we were just killing time we had passes it was okay will have to come back when we have more time and money for my kid to do the Canopy Tours
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