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Did you know that Murray is the fourteenth largest city in the state of Utah?

Best Way to Travel: Train, Car, Bus
#1 Thing to Do: Murray Parkway Golf Course
#2 Thing to Do: Mick Riley Gold Course
#3 Thing to Do: Utah Fun Dome

Fun Fact:
Murray is one of the few municipalities in Utah to have its own library.
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Murray is a city located in Salt Lake Valley, Utah. Murray is the hub of Salt Lake County because of its central location and is one of the cities with the lower taxes in the state. Murray was incorporated on January 3, 1903, more than 50 years after its settlement. The city is named in honor of Eli Houston Murray, a former governor of the state during the American Civil War. The town's economy is based on commerce. Murray has one sister city in Taiwan, called Chiayi and located in Chiayi County. Famous residents of Murray include Pulitzer Prize winner Jack Anderson,American Idol runner up David Archuleta and NBA basketball player Britton Johnsen.

Top Attractions within Murray

Murray Downtown Historic District
is the city center of Murray and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 2006. The buildings in the area were constructed over a large period of time - since 1897 until 1956. They are all restored, but the original aspect was kept, as an important part of the history of the town.

Murray Theater
is a great example of the Art Moderne style applied in architecture. The theater opened in time to premiere two famous movies -The Wizard of Oz and Gone with the Wind. The architects of the beautiful building were Tony Duvall and Joseph L. Lawrence.

John P. Cahoon House
is a historical building of Murray and is perfectly kept because this is the best example in town of the Victorian Eclecticism style. The house was built in 1900 and was the home of John P. Cahoon, a business man who worked in the brick industry.

Murray City Park
features a large wood sculpture of Chief Washakie on its entrance. This is the most appreciated park within Murray, and also the whole area, managing to attract thousands of people annually thanks to its great facilities - picnic areas, playgrounds, sport fields, swimming pools and an ice rink.
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