See the sights of Salt Lake City aboard a colorful replica trolley on the Salt Lake Trolley Tour! Ride the historic trolley on a 20-mile loop around Salt Lake City, traveling through the historic districts to see 100-year-old mansions, cathedrals, monuments and mountain overlooks. Complimentary fun "Trolley Treats" will be served on the tour by your trolley conductor, who is an expert tour guide with decades of experience in giving sightseeing tours of Salt Lake City. The two-hour Trolley Tour of Salt Lake City runs twice a day at 10am and 1pm, $29 for adults and $15 for children. Join the trolley tour from one of several pickup points downtown, including Temple Square. Free parking is available and reservations can be made online at www.SaltLakeTrolley.com or www.SaltLakeCityTours.org, or by calling (801) 531-1001.
Don't just hear about the history, EXPERIENCE it, as you ride a classic, historic replica trolley through the charming streets of Salt Lake City on a two hour guided tour. Fun for families and people of all ages, The Salt Lake Trolley is Utah's most entertaining tour experience. Enjoy a live narration of the sights by your trolley conductor, a native of Utah with over a decade of experience conducting tours in Salt Lake City. Buy your trolley tickets online at www.SaltLakeTrolley.com or www.SaltLakeCityTours.org, or make reservations by calling (801) 531-1001. We look forward to having you aboard a trolley tour soon!
Take a sightseeing tour of Utah's #1 visitor attraction, Temple Square, with Salt Lake City's longest-running and #1 TripAdvisor-rated tour company. Enjoy the beautiful gardens of Temple Square as you are guided to the best photo spots on the 35 acre property with your Salt Lake City sightseeing tour. Join us on the Salt Lake City Deluxe Tour, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Deluxe City Tour, or climb aboard the historic replica Salt Lake Trolley to travel back in time to see the city on a 20-mile loop through the historic districts and mountain overlooks. Advanced reservations are required and can be made online at www.SaltLakeCityTours.org and www.SaltLakeTrolley.com, or by calling (801) 531-1001.
Salt Lake City Union Pacific Depot, originally called Union Station, was built in 1909 for $450,000. This grand depot reminds us of the prosperous era of railroad travel in America. Made of beautiful sandstone with a copper roof, the architectural style is French Second Empire, with a Grand Hall that includes stained glass windows and a terazzo floor. Murals inside the Grand Hall entrance depict the Golden Spike Ceremony that marked the completion of America's first transcontinental railroad in 1869, as well as the 1847 arrival of Mormon pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley. Jump aboard the historic Salt Lake Trolley Tour to see this building and many others. Also consider our Salt Lake City Deluxe Tour and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Deluxe City Tour. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tours online at www.SaltLakeCityTours.org or call (801) 531-1001.
Old Salt Lake City Hall was built in the 1860s out of red sandstone from nearby Red Butte Canyon. Used for city government officials and also the Utah Territorial legislature, it is now an office of tourism. Relocated from downtown to Capitol Hill in the 1960s to make way for a federal office building, it now offers photographers the beautiful Rocky Mountains in the background. See this beautiful building on a Salt Lake City sightseeing tour, featured on the new Trolley Tour of Salt Lake City, the Salt Lake City Deluxe Tour, or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Deluxe City Tour. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing bus or trolley by visiting www.SaltLakeCityTours.org or call (801) 531-1001. Seating is limited and advanced reservations are required.
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!
This historic Gothic Revival-style chapel from the 1880's, the 18th Ward meetinghouse, was one of the original nineteen built soon after the Mormon pioneers arrived in the Salt Lake Valley. A reconstruction of the original which was the first chapel in the valley to be built with a steeple, it is a non-denominational church today known as White Memorial Chapel. The original was the location of the first Junior Sunday School in the Mormon church as well as where the first Boy Scout troop in Utah was organized. Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour, Mormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour, or Salt Lake Trolley Tour to see this chapel and other beautiful pioneer-era buildings. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tour bus or trolley by booking online at www.toursofutah.com or calling (801) 531-1001.
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.