A "Sightseeing Show on Wheels" aboard a one-of-a-kind trolley with a trio of professional entertainers! Travel through time in this classic trolley as you ride through the historical districts of Salt Lake City. The Salt Lake Trolley is fun for ALL ages. Your charming Conductor, his attractive Assistant, and a magical Motorman will entertain you with dozens of tales in a theatrical fashion. This is unlike any tour you've seen before...it's a "Sightseeing Show" you'll never forget!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Temple Square, Salt Lake City, UtahA 35-acre campus that includes historic buildings like the Salt Lake Temple, Tabernacle, and Family History LibraryPass By: Governor's Mansion, Salt Lake City, UtahA century-old mansion of a silver miner, now the largest governor's mansion in AmericaStop At: Utah State Capitol, Salt Lake City, UtahVoted the second most beautiful state capitol in AmericaDuration: 10 minutesStop At: The Gateway, Salt Lake City, UtahHear stories of the 2002 Winter Olympics, see Olympic Snowflake Fountain. Includes a photo stop at historic Union Pacific Train Depot Duration: 5 minutesPass By: Council Hall, Salt Lake City, UtahHistoric government building, formerly city hall in the 1800'sStop At: Cathedral of the Madeleine, Salt Lake City, UtahThe mother church for Roman Catholics in UtahDuration: 5 minutesPass By: Mormon Battalion Monument, Salt Lake City, UtahAmerica's only religious unit, served during the Mexican American WarPass By: Beehive House, Salt Lake City, UtahThe pioneer mansion of Utah's founder, Brigham YoungPass By: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UtahLargest genealogy library in the worldPass By: The Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, UtahHistoric auditorium built in 1867 and home to the world-famous Tabernacle Choir at Temple SquarePass By: Assembly Hall, Salt Lake City, UtahHistoric chapel of 1880, made of granite stone carved out of the Rocky MountainsPass By: Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, UtahUtah's most famous structure, built in 1893. It's the largest temple in the world for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Made from granite carved out of the Rocky Mountains, styled in Gothic architecturePass By: Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City, UtahAward-winning library designed in Modern architecture. Voted "America's Library of the Year"Pass By: National Pony Express Monument, Salt Lake City, UtahHear the tales of the famous Pony ExpressPass By: City Creek Center, Salt Lake City, UtahNow a $1.5 billion outdoor shopping center with a retractable glass roof, learn about its early history as "America's first department store"Pass By: LDS Conference Center, Salt Lake City, UtahOne of the largest theater-style auditoriums ever built, seating 21,000. This religious auditorium is the second home of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square