Mormon Pioneer Trail Monument - [Deluxe Salt Lake City Tour]

A journey of 1300 miles created the Old Mormon Trail, from Nauvoo, Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah. Known today as the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail, over 70,000 Mormon pioneers walked it in an average of 112 days; it was the largest organized westward migration in America's history. Many traveled with wagons drawn by oxen, and some even pushed giant handcarts themselves as they were loaded with over 300 pounds of provisions and personal belongings. 

Hear this epic tale from an expert local storytelling guide and visit the end of the Mormon Pioneer Trail in a sightseeing tour bus on the Deluxe Salt Lake City Tour

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Tabernacle Organ - The Most Famous in the World

Experience the world's most famous pipe organ in a performance by one of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir organists on the Deluxe Salt Lake City Tour

The Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake City was built in 1867 as a large auditorium for religious gatherings. Some of the original pipes from 1867 are still found in the Tabernacle organ today, which now contains 11,623 pipes. The largest pipe is over 32 feet tall, while the shortest is just three-quarters of an inch. It is the eleventh largest pipe organ in the world, but arguably the most famous. This unique instrument has performed alongside the Mormon Tabernacle Choir ever since their Music and the Spoken Word broadcast began in 1929 -- now the longest continuously running network broadcast in the world. Organ recitals are held daily at noon in the Salt Lake Tabernacle. Reserve your spot now by booking online at

Cherry Blossoms - Spring 2017 in Salt Lake City

Where is the best place to see the cherry blossoms in Salt Lake City?

These Yoshino cherry trees were planted out of inspiration gleaned from our nation's capitol. They line the walkways of the Utah Capitol Building and each spring provide the most spectacular backdrop for bridal and family photography. America's second most beautiful state capitol surely doesn't need anything extra to make it worth a visit, but right now these blossoming trees make the capitol a must-see attraction in Salt Lake City. Reserve your spot now on the Salt Lake City Deluxe Tour with Salt Lake City's #1 TripAdvisor rated tour company.

Salt Lake Trolley is the best first thing to do!

Salt Lake City Trolley Tours 2016

The best first thing to do when you visit Salt Lake City is to take a ride on the Salt Lake Trolley! The Salt Lake Trolley Tour is a 90-minute journey around the city visiting some of the most spectacular attractions in town. A perfect introduction to the city, the Salt Lake Trolley is guided by an expert trolley conductor who entertains with stories and humor that is fun for all ages. Enjoy old fashioned snacks and sodas while aboard the trolley! Tours run at 10:00am and 1:00pm, Monday through Saturday, with pickups from several downtown hotels and the West Gate of Temple Square. Adults are $29, children under 12 years old are $15. Reservations are required, please book online at or call (801) 364-3333. We look forward to seeing you aboard the trolley for Salt Lake City's most fantastic sightseeing experience!

The Salt Lake Trolley

The Salt Lake Trolley invites you to travel through time aboard a classic, colorful replica trolley with a charming conductor and experience the sights of Salt Lake City in a unique way. The Salt Lake Trolley is fun for all ages! You'll take a 90-minute tour that includes several photo stops at the iconic historic sites, century-old elegant mansions and cathedrals, while enjoying an entertaining narration from your trolley conductor, a local expert. Complimentary Crackerjacks and sodas are served aboard the Salt Lake Trolley! We look forward to seeing you on the Salt Lake City Trolley Tour soon!

Salt Lake Trolley Tour 2016

Mormon Pioneer Trail on Salt Lake City Tours

This Is The Place Monument Park Salt Lake City Tours

Visit the end of the Mormon Pioneer Trail on a Salt Lake City sightseeing bus tour or the Salt Lake Trolley Tour with City Sights. The Mormon Pioneer Trail was blazed during the largest organized westward migration in America's history. Over 70,000 Mormon pioneers walked 1,300 miles to reach the Salt Lake Valley in the mid 1800's. Your expert tour guide will recount the amazing stories and fascinating trivia of traveling this historic trail. This Is The Place State Park visitor center located at the end of the Mormon Trail includes museum exhibits, monuments, and mountain overlook views. Buy your Utah sightseeing tour and trolley tickets online at or call 801-531-1001.