- Encore Luxury Apartments: Modern, luxury apartments available to clients. Nestled right next to Huge Studios and overlooking incredible views of the city, Encore apartments offer a wonderful stay and even better services.
- Sound Stage: A spacious, 44’ x 36’ room with 18’ ceiling and cyclorama walls with a 4’ radius. To change up the default white lighting, our lighting package has up to nine S120 Arri Sky Panels for rent. This sleek and beautiful space is perfect for instrumental recording as well as video and photo shoots.
Huge Studios can provide transportation services for our clients whether we are working in New York, Salt Lake City, Seattle, San Francisco or Los Angeles.
- TRAX: Well-renowned light-rail train system offering three different tracks across the Salt Lake valley. There are stops all around the city, including the airport and Trolley station—which is within walking distance of Huge Studios.
Within 5 minutes:
- More than 35 restaurants
- Many local bars
- Four grocery stores
Huge Studios can provide an array of catering services in-studio for individual or group sessions on a daily basis and when required.
Salt Lake City
- Trolley Square: A historic shopping center with restaurants, Whole Foods and unique boutiques.
- City Creek Mall: A high-end mall in the heart of Salt Lake City. Includes a food plaza and big-brand shops.
- The Gateway: A recently renovated shopping center with fast food as well as a comedy club, restaurants and a Barnes and Noble.
- City Creek Canyon: A beautiful, paved trail right behind the State Capital that runs along an ancient creek and offers a nature getaway in the city.
- Ensign Park: A popular hike to a historic landmark that overlooks the sparkling Salt Lake valley.
- Bonneville Shoreline Trail: An ancient shoreline elevated on the east side of the valley and runs up north. This section in Salt Lake offers breathtaking views of the city.
Museums and Gardens
- Utah Natural History Museum: An architectural delight and an awe-inspiring learning experience, this museum goes through history with a Utah focus and regularly hosts fun, seasonal events.
- The Leonardo: A snazzy science and art museum with hands-on exhibits that always leave you knowing more than when you entered.
- Utah Museum of Contemporary Art: Located at the University of Utah, this museum has artwork ranging through the centuries.
- Red Butte Gardens: At the edge of the University of Utah, Red Butte Gardens features countless Utah-growing plants and natural designs.
- Utah State Capitol: One of Utah’s most prominent landmarks, the capitol houses Utah’s heritage in its posh chambers and marble hallways.
- Temple Square: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints’ temple with a visitors center.
- This Is The Place Heritage Park: Interactive park filled with cabins and relics of Utah’s pioneer heritage.
- Gilgal Sculpture Garden: A small gem of Salt Lake City created by a sculpture artist. Amongst the stunning garden are unique sculptures portraying The Church of Latter- Day Saints’ heritage.
- Liberty Park: One of Utah’s most popular parks, Liberty Park has trails and many recreation spots to enjoy.
- Memory Grove Park: A serene park just below the capitol, Memory Grove Park contains monuments, fountains and creekside paths to explore.
Local Ski Resorts
- Brighton Resort
- Solitude Mountain Resort
- Alta Ski Area
- Snowbird Ski Resort
- Historical Shopping District
- Sundance Film Festival: January–February
- Ski Resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, Deer Valley Resort
- Mighty Five National Parks: Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon and Zion
- Goblin Valley: State park featuring thousands of hoodoo rock formations
- Dead Horse Point: State park featuring an overlook of the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park