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Visitor Center of This is the Place State Park on Salt Lake City Tours

Mormon Trail Museum in Utah on Salt Lake City Tours

Featured on two of our popular Salt Lake City tours, the visitor center of This is the Place Heritage State Park is patterned after an old sugar mill and contains a museum of the Mormon Battalion and the Mormon Trail. Set on the high foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the visitor center offers wonderful views of the valley below and the surrounding mountains around Salt Lake City. Experience the heritage of the Mormon Trail, a trek that 70,000 Mormons took 150 years ago. Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour to visit this attraction. Don't have the time for one of our deluxe tours? Try seeing the sightseeing highlights aboard a charming historic replica trolley streetcar on the Salt Lake Trolley Tour. Make your reservations for a sightseeing tour online at www.ToursOfUtah.com or call (801) 531-1001. We look forward to having you on a tour with Salt Lake City's best and longest running tour company!

Temple Square Garden Plaza on Salt Lake City Tour

Tours of Temple Square Salt Lake City

Tour the garden plaza adjacent to the Church Office Building, the worldwide headquarters of the Mormon church, for countless photo opportunities of gardens, fountains, reflective ponds, statues, and architecture. Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour or Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour for a walkthrough of this garden plaza where your guide will show you the most beautiful angles used by wedding photographers to capture the beauty of Temple Square. 

Temple Square Gardens on Salt Lake City Tour

Temple Square Tours in Salt Lake City

Tour Temple Square's beautiful flower gardens on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour with City Sights for breathtaking photo opportunities. The design of the Temple Square's gardens include formal French parterres, Victorian flower baskets, and old-fashioned English cottage gardens in over 250 flower beds featuring 165,000 plants of 750 varieties from all over the world. Gardens are frequently redesigned and replanted by hundreds of volunteers. 

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Temple Square Tulips on Salt Lake City Tour

Temple Square Garden Tour

Temple Square's tulips are in their final days, make sure you see them before they're replaced with a new variety of flowers! Join the Salt Lake City TourMormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour, or the Trolley Tour of Salt Lake City for spectacular photo opportunities of the Temple Square gardens. Book your seat on the sightseeing tour bus or the Salt Lake Trolley.

 

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir concert on Sunday Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour

Mormon Tabernacle Choir Concert on Salt Lake City Tour

Music & the Spoken Word is the longest continuously running network broadcast in the world. Since 1929, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with a live broadcast every Sunday morning. 

Reserve your seats on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour online or by calling (801) 531-1001. Sunday mornings include a live concert and Thursday evenings feature the Choir's rehearsal.

 

Salt Lake City tours including the Mormon Tabernacle Choir concert performance or rehearsal in the Tabernacle at Temple Square

Spectacular Views on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour

Mormon Tabernacle Choir Salt Lake City Tour

Enjoy spectacular views of the Wasatch Mountains on our sightseeing bus tours. Featured above is a photo taken during our Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Salt Lake City Tour. Join us on the sightseeing tour bus, which departs from downtown Salt Lake City hotels, for entertaining stories and the best photo spots in Salt Lake City!

 

The most popular sightseeing attractions in Salt Lake City are Temple Square, which includes the Mormon Tabernacle where the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs on Sundays and rehearses on Thursdays, as well as where a daily organ recital occurs; the Salt Lake Temple, which is not open to the public but the gardens around the Mormon Temple provide a great setting for photography; the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, formerly a luxury hotel called the Hotel Utah; City Creek Center, a billion-dollar shopping center with landscaping that includes waterfalls and water fountains; and the Family History Library, the world's largest genealogy library. Utah State Capitol is a tourist attraction that is quite popular. Explore these attractions on a sightseeing tour of downtown Salt Lake City.

Temple Square on the Mormon Tabernacle Choir + City Tour

Blossoms on Temple Square Tour in Salt Lake City

Beautiful pink blossoms surround Assembly Hall, a Victorian Gothic-style chapel on Temple Square, as seen on the Thursday evening Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Salt Lake City Tour. Located on the southwest corner of Temple Square, Assembly Hall was built in the early 1880s out of spare stone from the Salt Lake Temple's ongoing construction. It was the second permanent structure completed on Temple Square, after the Tabernacle. 

 

The most popular sightseeing attractions in Salt Lake City are Temple Square, which includes the Mormon Tabernacle where the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs on Sundays and rehearses on Thursdays, as well as where a daily organ recital occurs; the Salt Lake Temple, which is not open to the public but the gardens around the Mormon Temple provide a great setting for photography; the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, formerly a luxury hotel called the Hotel Utah; City Creek Center, a billion-dollar shopping center with landscaping that includes waterfalls and water fountains; and the Family History Library, the world's largest genealogy library. Utah State Capitol is a tourist attraction that is quite popular. Explore these attractions on a sightseeing tour of downtown Salt Lake City.

Mountain Views on the Salt Lake City Tour

Salt Lake City Overlook on Sightseeing Bus Tour

Spring greenery amidst the snow-capped Wasatch Mountains make for spectacular photo opportunities on our sightseeing bus tours! Enjoy breathtaking mountain views on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour.

The Wasatch Mountains are the result of over 20 million years of geologic fault movement, volcanic activity, and glacial canyon carving. Most elevations reach over 9,000 feet, with the highest peak, Mount Nebo, towering at 11,877 feet. The Wasatch mountains were an important source of timber, water from snowmelt, and granite stone for early Mormon settlers. They were also used for decades in mining silver deposits, including what now comprise the areas of Alta and Park City ski resorts. 

Sightseeing tours in Salt Lake City are available to book online