If picking your favorite hue is too hard because you love them all, these fantastic finds will fill your world with rainbow dreams for days. These colorful spots around Salt Lake City offer you the chance to explore bright destinations and sample all they have to offer. From pastels to jewel-tones, you will be swept away by the eye-popping sights.\nGrab your favorite person, pack a wardrobe to match, and venture out to find each one of these technicolor spots. Or pick your favorite shade and spend the day snapping some seriously 'wow' worthy photos.\nEven if you don't have a favorite pigment, these gems might just help you find your new one.\nThe Gateway\nPrice: Free\nLocation: 200 S. 400 W., Salt Lake City, UT\nWhy You Need To Go: This amazing shopping center encompasses every fantastic color of the rainbow throughout its space for totally eye-popping photos.\nView this post on Instagram Three greats, together for the very first time: @mickjagger, @johnlennonofficial, and @_theresilientballerina_. This amazing mural by @ilovemurals makes a perfect setting for some great shapes by a great dancer. I love Utah in the spring. ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ #slcmurals #rocknrollhalloffame #tutubaby #balletinthecity #orangeleotard #modernballet #utahdancephotography #downtownsaltlake #shotbygreg #rockerchick #browngirlsdoballet #professionalballerina A post shared by Greg Baird (@photogreger) on May 23, 2020 at 7:46am PDT\nWebsite\nDolcetti Gelato\nPrice: Free\nLocation: 902 E. 900 S., Salt Lake City, UT\nWhy You Need To Go: The perfectly pink aesthetic will gratify your eyes while the deliciously sweet treats will please your stomach.\nView this post on Instagram Don’t expect us to count up everything on the wall behind us. We’re in finance, not accounting #galentinesday A post shared by ❁ Rachel Lindeman ❁ (@rachellindeman19) on Feb 13, 2020 at 9:15pm PST\nWebsite\nRed Iguana\nPrice: Free\nLocation: Multiple\nWhy You Need To Go: Grab a bite to eat at this popular Mexican-style eatery while you snap a collection of righteous red photos.\nView this post on Instagram you’re worth the wait😋 A post shared by Taylor Anderson (@tayylorbae) on Jan 28, 2020 at 4:28pm PST\nWebsite\nCapitol Reef National Park\nPrice: $20\nLocation: 52 W. Headquarters Dr., Teasdale, UT\nWhy You Need To Go: Located a short day trip away from Salt Lake, this unique park is filled with miles of orange sandstone.\nView this post on Instagram National Park kinda girl 💕 #capitolreefnationalpark #cassidyarch #hikelife #optoutside #hikelikeagirl #nationalparkgeek #utah #roadtrip #hikesonhikesonhikes A post shared by Chrystal Castellon (@chrystalc15) on Jun 8, 2020 at 4:39pm PDT\nWebsite\nRed Butte Garden\nPrice: $14\nLocation: 300 S. Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT\nWhy You Need To Go: While you can find a variety of colors represented here, the soft yellow blooms offer all of the feel-good vibes.\nView this post on Instagram For the past two years, I visited beautiful Utah 10x with my husband during his Army training. This is the last trip😕 #visitutah A post shared by Thao Romero (@thaonchris) on Aug 10, 2017 at 4:58pm PDT\nWebsite\nLiberty Park\nPrice: Free\nLocation: 600 E. 900 S., Salt Lake City, UT\nWhy You Need To Go: Channel your inner green goddess or god while you spend a day frolicking around this lush park.\nView this post on Instagram #saltlakecity 💚 A post shared by Flávia Brandão (@flavialbrandao) on May 16, 2020 at 10:12pm PDT\nWebsite\nMeadow Hot Springs\nPrice: Free\nLocation: From Salt Lake, follow I-15 toward the Meadow. Take Meadow Main Street south about 1.5 miles then turn right past the last of the buildings. Follow the dirt road west for 4.8 miles.\nWhy You Need To Go: These privately owned navy and turquoise springs are just a short drive from the city and are open to the public.\nView this post on Instagram threw my phone really high on timer cam for this... what you think? A post shared by Paul Murphy (@itspaulguyyss) on May 28, 2020 at 5:53pm PDT\nFacebook\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.