Tuesday, January 19, 2021

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12may9:00 am3:00 pmSpike 150’s Golden Spike 150th Anniversary Celebration

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Event Details

Join Spike 150 in celebrating the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad at Golden Spike National Historical Park at Promontory Summit, May 10–12.

The three-day Golden Spike Sesquicentennial Celebration and Festival at Promontory Summit, includes:

  • A commemorative ceremony
  • Steam train demonstrations
  • Ongoing reenactments
  • Musical performances
  • Period costumes and discussion
  • Cultural exhibits
  • An innovation summit to inspire our future visionaries
  • Food vendors, and much more.

This event is a wonderful opportunity to learn about how the Transcontinental Railroad united our nation and changed our way of life. The vision, hard work and collaboration of the many people who made this iconic feat a reality continues to inspire current-day innovators to create the next big thing that will unify people in Utah, our nation and the world.

A vehicle ticket for events at Promontory Summit must be purchased in advance.For additional information about this event, to purchase tickets and to learn more about other Golden Spike events across the state visit www.spike150.org.

Time

(Sunday) 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Location

Golden Spike National Historic Site

Organizer

Spike150

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