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!
Get a glimpse of Utah pioneer life in an historic village in Salt Lake City. This Is The Place Heritage Park is an interactive experience showcasing many buildings from pioneer days. Escape the city and travel back in time with sights and stories of the 1800's. Join us on a Salt Lake City bus tour and visit historic Deseret Village at This Is The Place Monument. Book online at http://toursofutah.com/book-online/
Enjoy a meal in the dining hall of Brigham Young's mansion, the Lion House, in downtown Salt Lake City. The Pantry restaurant offers home cooking amidst pioneer history, with recipes that have been passed down through generations. Menu changes daily, with prices ranging from $7-13. The Lion House is one of Salt Lake City's most famous landmarks, built in 1856 by Brigham Young. A stone lion statue sits above the front entrance, it reminded Brigham Young of a similar statue at an affluent home in Vermont that he'd seen in his youth. Known as the "Lion of the Lord," Brigham Young was the prophet of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and known for his tenacity and power of speech.
Our Copper Mine Tour is now operating for the 2014 season! Join us for an unforgettable trip to the world's largest and richest copper mine, and the largest man-made hole in history! Hear the stories and see the incredible views with a City Sights tour guide. Also included in this 4-hour sightseeing trip is our Great Salt Lake Tour, where our entertaining, professional tour guides make "America's Dead Sea" come alive!
Tours operate twice daily; the morning tour to the copper mine departs downtown Salt Lake City at 9:30 AM, with free pickup from downtown hotels prior to that, and the afternoon tour departs at 2:30 PM. Seating is limited for this tour so reserve your seats early by visiting http://toursofutah.com/kennecott-utah-bingham-canyon-copper-mine-tour/
One of the fun things to do in Salt Lake City for tourists is to visit the old pioneer building and homes. This original pioneer log home was built in 1847, the year the Mormons first arrived in the Salt Lake Valley. Occupied by a blacksmith named Osmyn, his wife, Mary Deuel, and Osmyn's brother. The pioneer log home is 15 feet wide and 20 feet long, made of Douglas fir and lodgepole pine from the mountains east of Salt Lake City. It is one of only two surviving log homes from 1847. Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour to see more pioneer buildings and hear their fascinating stories. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tour bus at http://toursofutah.com/salt-lake-city-tour/
One of the most-visited attractions in Salt Lake City, the LDS Church History Museum on Temple Square is a great place for tourists looking for fun things to do in Salt Lake City. Located on the west side of Temple Square and next door to the Family History Library, the museum is free and open seven days a week. Over a quarter of a million annual visitors enjoy the historical exhibits on the main level and the religious art on the second level. The Church History Museum also has a bookstore that operates Monday through Saturday, a great place to pick up an album of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir or the Tabernacle organ music.
Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour to see the highlights of Temple Square, as well as escape the downtown area to explore other top attractions Salt Lake City has to offer. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tour bus online at http://toursofutah.com/salt-lake-city-tour/