2016 World Horror Convention  April 28 - May 1, 2016 in Provo, Utah

 

Welcome to the ZomBee State!

Areas of Interest

Come early or stay late, there’s lots to see and do in Utah Valley!


Could 9 Paragliding

Have you ever gone paragliding?  Utah Valley has some amazing locations around the mountains.  Even better, they’re offering a special discount for World Horror attendees!  A morning tandem with video is only $100/person.  Regular price is $155/person.

They have evening sessions for $200 that also include a video.  Check out their website for more information.


Crandall Historical Printing Museum is the most advanced museum of its kind in the entire world!  It is a living documentary of the role the written and printed word has had on history.  Visitors experience “hands-on live demonstrations” of actual historic printing presses along with exhibitions of original documents which captures the history and impact of writing and printing from the beginning of society.

This museum has a Gutenberg Press, The Benjamin Franklin Press, and The Ramage Press.


Thanksgiving Point

    Museum of Ancient Life (Dinosaur Museum)

    Museum of Natural Curosity

    Gardens

Thanksgiving Point is only 20 minutes North of Provo and features some great museums and gardens.  They have a Tulip Festival every spring.


Covey Center for the Arts has live events, plays, ballets, art and musical performances.  It also has two art galleries. 


Want to go hiking, fishing or camping?  There are some great opportunities not far from Provo. 


For fishing, there’s the Provo River, Strawberry Lake or Hobble Creek Canyon.

Hike up Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon, drive the majestic Alpine Loop, hike up to Squaw Peak, or any of a number of nature trails nearby.


Utah has five National Parks.  Drive through some of the most amazing rock formations you’ve ever seen, or take a hiking tour.  Maps can be found HERE.


Utah has a number of state parks.  Here is a list:

Utah State Parks

Utah Lake State Park