Utah is home to people from all over the world. From those who came as refugees to those who came willfully, Utah is a melting pot of cultures that from time to time established themselves in tight-knit communities. The general public has forgotten many of these ethnic enclaves, but their existence helped to build Utah’s rich immigrant history. There are a variety of communities of different sizes, each with their own story that deserves to be told. By learning the history behind the places we live and visit, the often uncelebrated lives of individuals and minority groups can be learned, explored, and shared. This tour explores just some of Utah’s immigrant communities that were built and forgotten as Utah’s history has continued to evolve and unfold.