Explore with the #1 rated tour company in Salt Lake City for over 40 years. Discover the best attractions with an entertaining live narration by a local expert guide who also gets off the bus with you at tour stops. Visit Temple Square, Utah Capitol Building, Pony Express Monument, Mormon Pioneer Trail, historic Union Pacific train depot, 2002 Winter Olympics sites, historic mansions and more on a 3-hour sightseeing tour. Also attend a 30-minute pipe organ concert in the world-famous Tabernacle of Temple Square.Optional 45-minute lunch stop at Brigham Young's pioneer mansion, featured on the Food Network TV channel, can be added to your tour. Air-conditioned sightseeing buses with panoramic windows. Approximately half of time is exploring at tour stops off the bus, though amount of walking is minimal. Suitable for all ages and physical ability levels. Wheelchairs and walkers are permitted, but please notify us prior to tour so we may save storage space on the bus.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Utah State Capitol, Salt Lake City, UtahVoted the second most beautiful state capitol building in America. Tour the marble rotunda and enjoy scenic city and Rocky Mountain views from Capitol HillDuration: 25 minutesStop At: Conciertos del organo en el Tabernaculo, Salt Lake City, UtahEnjoy a 30-minute performance of one of the largest pipe organs on earth, held inside the historic Tabernacle, home to the world-famous Tabernacle Choir Duration: 35 minutesStop At: This is the Place Heritage Park, Salt Lake City, UtahVisitor center, historic monuments, and scenic mountain views are found here at the end of the Mormon Trail. Hear tales from the largest organized westward migration in America's history as 70,000 pioneers walked over 1,300 miles to arrive in Salt Lake ValleyDuration: 25 minutesStop At: Lion House PantryEnjoy a lunch in Utah's most famous home, the pioneer mansion of Brigham Young. Featured on Food Nation with Bobby Flay. Lunch is optionalDuration: 50 minutesStop At: Temple Square, Salt Lake City, UtahUtah's most visited attraction and the second most visited religious site in America. See the Salt Lake Temple, the Tabernacle and hear a 30-minute performance of its world-famous pipe organDuration: 45 minutesStop At: Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, UtahUtah's most iconic building took 40 years to construct in the 1800's using stone carved out from the Rocky Mountains. This stunning display of Gothic architecture is the largest temple in the world that is used by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Duration: 5 minutesStop At: The Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, UtahHome to the famous Tabernacle Choir and one of the largest pipe organs in the world. Built in 1867, this pioneer auditorium is famous for acoustics so sensitive that a pin drop can be heard across the entire buildingDuration: 35 minutesPass By: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UtahThe Family History Library, operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is the world's largest genealogy library containing records of over 3 billion deceased people from over 100 countries. Pass By: National Pony Express Monument, Salt Lake City, UtahHear tales of the famous Pony Express and see the historic monumentPass By: Cathedral of the Madeleine, Salt Lake City, UtahA gorgeous cathedral built in 1901 and the mother church for Roman Catholics in UtahStop At: Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail, Salt Lake City, UtahA 1,300 mile trail that 70,000 Mormon pioneers travelled Duration: 25 minutesPass By: Beehive House, Salt Lake City, UtahPioneer mansion of Brigham Young, founder of Salt Lake CityPass By: Olympic Cauldron Park, Salt Lake City, UtahHear the story of the most successful Winter Olympic Games ever and see the Olympic Cauldron that was used in the Opening CeremoniesPass By: National Pony Express Monument, Salt Lake City, UtahHear the story of the Pony Express and see the monument to the ridersPass By: City Creek Center, Salt Lake City, UtahA $1.5 billion dollar 16-acre outdoor shopping center with a retractable glass roof, 18 foot waterfalls, and a water fountain designed by the same company Bellagio of Las Vegas used. Pass By: Assembly Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah140 year old historic chapel constructed of Rocky Mountain granite stone Stop At: Joseph Smith Memorial Building, Salt Lake City, UtahFormerly the Hotel Utah, one of the finest luxury hotels in the western United States in 1911Duration: 5 minutesPass By: Governor's Mansion, Salt Lake City, UtahThe historic home of a wealthy silver miner 100 years ago is now the largest governor's mansions in America.Pass By: The Salt Lake Masonic Temple, Salt Lake City, UtahEgyptian revival architecturePass By: Deuel Pioneer Log Home, Salt Lake City, UtahOriginal log cabin from 1847 when Salt Lake City was foundedPass By: Council Hall, Salt Lake City, UtahHistoric City Hall for Salt Lake City 150 years agoPass By: LDS Conference Center, Salt Lake City, UtahA 21,000 seat religious auditorium for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, made of Rocky Mountain stone and covered with a 4-acre garden on the roofPass By: McCune Mansion, Salt Lake City, UtahHear the story behind Utah's first million-dollar mansionPass By: Salt Lake City Public Library, Salt Lake City, UtahIts Modern architecture won national awards and made it "America's Library of the Year"Pass By: City and County Building, Salt Lake City, UtahBuilt in 1894 to rival the nearby Salt Lake Temple. A masterpiece of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture towering over 250 feet tall