Visit Utah's number one tourist attraction, Temple Square, with Salt Lake City's #1 TripAdvisor rated sightseeing tour company, City Sights! Our tour guides have decades of experience leading tour groups in Utah and it shows! Temple Square is a sprawling 35-acre property with 15 different buildings, and our expert guides will show you the best photo spots and share the most entertaining information and stories when you take the Salt Lake City Deluxe Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Deluxe City Tour. Book online at www.SaltLakeCityTours.org or call (801) 531-1001. We look forward to having you on a sightseeing tour!
Join us on Salt Lake City's oldest and best sightseeing bus tour! Visit the best spots for taking the most stunning photos of Salt Lake City's top attractions. Featured here is Salt Lake City's most iconic building, the Salt Lake Mormon Temple at Temple Square. Forty years from start to finish, this pioneer era building is made of Utah granite, quarried 20 miles from Temple Square. Each two ton block of stone would take 3-4 days to reach Temple Square on a wagon. To see the Mormon Temple and many other amazing sights on a 20-mile loop of Salt Lake City, try the Salt Lake City Tour, Mormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour, or the Salt Lake Trolley Tour. Reserve your seats for sightseeing tours online at www.ToursOfUtah.com or call (801) 531-1001.
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.
The Lion House, a family home of Brigham Young's, was built in 1856 just east of Main Street in Salt Lake City. Brigham was both the leader of the Mormon church and the first governor of the territory of Utah. Named after the lion statue above the front entryway, Brigham Young was known as "the Lion of the Lord." The home is filled with antique furniture and is used for receptions and public dining. Enjoy a meal in Brigham Young's dining room on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Thursday evening Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tour bus by visiting www.toursofutah.com or calling (801) 531-1001.
Temple Square comprises over 35 acres, it can take a while to explore on your own. Are you hoping to get some great photos on your vacation to Salt Lake City? Let us show you the best photo spots of the buildings and gardens during our Salt Lake City Tour or Mormon Tabernacle Choir 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 Tour, Mormon 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.
Let the local experts guide you to the best photo spots of Salt Lake City's top attractions and entertain you with the the most memorable and entertaining stories of this charming city. Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour for such outstanding photo opportunities as this one. Temple Square is a sprawling 35-acre property that a new visitor could spend hours wandering. Make the most of your limited time in Salt Lake City by starting your trip with one of our sightseeing bus tours to help you experience only the best, and find those most interesting places that you may want to return to afterward.
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; and Utah State Capitol is a tourist attraction that is highly recommended. Explore these attractions on a sightseeing tour of downtown Salt Lake City.
The Salt Lake Temple. located at Temple Square, was completed in 1893, three years before Utah became a state. A striking ediface, the spires rise amid the downtown high-rise buildings and shopping centers. The Salt Lake Temple has a total floor area of 253,000 square feet.
The plaza next to the LDS Church Office Building on Temple Square is packed with a variety of flower beds, fountains, and photo opportunities. The gardens of Temple Square are populated with several hundred varieties of flowers each year. The gardens between the Church Administration Building and the Joseph Smith Memorial Building are some of the most extensive on Temple Square. The plaza provides multiple photo opportunities of the Salt Lake Temple that are popular for bridal and family photography. A large fountain that turns on at the top and the bottom of the hour is located in front of the south entrance to the Church Office Building.
Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour to discover the best photo opportunities of Temple Square. Buy your sightseeing tour tickets online at http://toursofutah.com/salt-lake-city-tour/
An 11-foot replica of the Christus statute stands in the North Visitors Center on Temple Square. The original statue was commissioned by the Church of Our Lady in Copenhagen, created by Bertel Thorvaldsen in 1821. An American textbook proclaimed it to be the most perfect statue of Christ in the world. The replica on Temple Square conveys to visitors that Mormons are Christians. The mural of the universe provides an impressive backdrop.