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A Spring Visit in Historic Downtown Logan

March 27th, 2013 by BBIU

More signs of springThis Spring may be a perfect time to visit Historic Downtown Logan, UT. Spring flowers will be blooming soon and the tree lined streets will frame the historic buildings. Turn-of-the-century homes, churches, and store building fill the Historic Downtown and the surrounding blocks. The Logan Tabernacle is a showcase of classic Mormon pioneer architecture. The iconic Bluebird Cafe is a must-see, as is the newly restored Cache County Courthouse. And a walk down Center Street features elegant nineteenth- century mansions.
Within the Historic Downtown are antiques shops; clothing, gift and collectible shops, and a variety of unique eateries. Stop at the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, located in the Historic Cache County Courthouse, at 199 North Main St. Pick up a walking tour guide, or one of the numerous brochures available to help you fully enjoy Springtime in Cache County.
And no trip to Logan can be complete without a drive through the beautiful campus of the Utah State University, “on the hill” overlooking the downtown and across the pastoral Cache Valley.
Within walking distance of Logan’s Main Street is the Riter Mansion B & B, and in nearby Providence is the Old Rock Church Bed and Breakfast (formerly called The Providence Inn). Innkeepers at both inns are a wealth of information on the area and a great source of tips for how to navigate the area like a “local”.


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