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$52.45 Tours & Sightseeing

Salt Lake City Sightseeing Tour with Mormon Tabernacle Recital

You’ll be picked up from your downtown hotel in the morning for your sightseeing tour of Salt Lake City. Aboard a comfortable coach, cruise around the city and enjoy commentary from your knowledgeable guide. Visit the beautiful State Capitol Building, explore Old Deseret Village (also known as Pioneer Village) and see the famous Mormon Trail. In Temple Square, treat your senses to a tour of the gardens and a live recital in the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle, also known as the Salt Lake Tabernacle. Inside the building, you’ll hear music emanating from the organ’s 11,623 pipes!Afterward, enjoy a meal (not included) in the pioneer home of Utah’s first governor, Brigham Young. The Lion House was built in 1856 and was converted from Young’s home into a lovely restaurant. You’ll also see historic Fort Douglas, 100-year-old mansions and churches, University of Utah, the Pony Express Monument and sites used in the 2002 Winter Olympics such as Olympic Village, Olympic Stadium, Olympic Cauldron and Olympic Legacy Plaza. At the end of your tour, you’ll be dropped off at your downtown hotel.

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Salt Lake City Tour with Mormon Tabernacle Choir Performance

After pickup from your downtown hotel, you’ll be taken on a brief tour of Salt Lake City. First stop is the State Capitol Building, noted as one of America’s most beautiful capitol buildings. Next, visit the historic Mormon Trail and stop by Old Deseret Village, also known as Pioneer Village.Explore the gardens of Temple Square, see historic Fort Douglas, admire 100-year-old mansions and churches, pass by Utah State University and venues used in the 2002 Winter Olympics, and see the Pony Express Monument. The highlight of your tour is hearing the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sing! Depending on the season, you’ll head to either the LDS Conference Center or the Mormon Tabernacle to enjoy an amazing live performance of one of the most celebrated choirs in history. The 360-member, all-volunteer Mormon Tabernacle Choir has won Grammy and Emmy Awards due to their beautiful sounds and stellar performances. You’ve never heard anything like it!For a more intimate experience, choose the Thursday evening tour. After your sightseeing tour, have dinner in Brigham Young’s pioneer home (own expense) before watching a Mormon Tabernacle Choir rehearsal accompanied by the beautiful sounds of the organ player. Or, choose the Sunday morning tour to witness a full concert, broadcasted live. You’ll take a sightseeing tour and have lunch (own expense) after the concert. After this amazing musical experience, you’ll be taken back to your downtown hotel.

$35 Tours & Sightseeing

Salt Lake City Hop-on Hop-off Open-Air Bus Sightseeing Tour

Board the open-air bus at multiple stops around the city. With your 1-day or 2-day pass, enjoy the flexibility to create your own sightseeing schedule and explore at your own pace. Visit North Capitol Hill, Governor’s Mansion, Rice-Eccles Stadium, Fort Douglas, This is the Place Heritage Park, the Hogle Zoo and more. Stop for lunch (own expense) at the Lion House, the former pioneer home of Brigham Young. Throughout your hop-on hop-off tour, enjoy entertaining and informative commentary by radio; written by a historian. The entire routes takes approximately 1.5 hours.

$31.05 Tours & Sightseeing

Trolley Tour of Salt Lake City

Your "Sightseeing Show-Tour" of the top attractions of Salt Lake City starts when you step aboard a historical replica trolley in front of the Family History Library of Temple Square in the morning or early afternoon, depending on option selected. During a 90-minute loop around the city, see interesting sights while your Trolley Conductor and Motorman, in colorful costumes, entertain you with fascinating stories and fun history. The 15-mile (24-km) route includes sights such as Temple Square, the Utah State Capitol, the historical districts home to 100-year-old mansions and cathedrals, the Salt Lake City Union Pacific Depot, and more. Riding aboard a colorful trolley is great fun for people of all ages and is also ideal for those who want to see the highlights of the city but don't have the time for a half-day tour.

$1999 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Zion, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef 6-Day Tour

This tour of the Mighty 5 National Parks in Utah — Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Dome, Canyonlands and Arches — will bring you to some of the country’s most iconic landscapes, with a chance to see stunning geological formations up close. The tour includes breakfast each morning, as well as lunch at a local restaurant; your guide will determine the best time and place to stop for lunch based on your group’s activities. The tour also includes five nights’ accommodation in 3-star hotels. Be prepared for adventure and unforgettable sights. See the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.

$59 Cultural & Theme Tours

Ultimate VIP Salt Lake City Tour with Mormon Tabernacle Organ Recital

TEMPLE SQUARE: Hear the story of Salt Lake City and how Brigham Young and the Mormon pioneers built a "Kingdom in the Desert." Discover the details behind the iconic buildings of Temple Square as your tour guide takes you in around the largest Mormon temple in the world. Stroll the gardens of Temple Square. Enter the Mormon Tabernacle auditorium to hear one of the largest pipe organs in the world.  ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE:Mormon Tabernacle - PLUS a 30-minute pipe organ recital!Salt Lake TempleAssembly HallLDS Conference CenterBeehive HouseLion HouseEagle GateJoseph Smith Memorial BuildingBrigham Young Monument and Meridian MarkerMormon Handcart Monument and Seagull Miracle MonumentCAPITOL HILL: See Utah's first million-dollar mansion. Explore the monuments of Capitol Hill, including, the Mormon Battalion Monument - built to the only religious unit in the United States military. Tour the inside of the 2nd most beautiful state capitol in America. Take in the view at a scenic overlook of the valley and mountains.ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE:McCune MansionUtah State CapitolCouncil HallMormon Battalion MonumentScenic overlook of Salt Lake Valley and Rocky MountainsUNION PACIFIC STATION: Discover this beautiful and historic train station and listen to tales of the Transcontinental Railroad. See Vivint Arena and hear stories of the 2002 Winter Olympics that took place inside. Marvel at the Devereaux mansion, home to Utah's first millionaire.ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE:Union Pacific Depot train stationVivint Arena and Olympic Countdown ClockDevereaux MansionThe GatewayHISTORIC BRIGHAM STREET: Travel the historic district of the city, named "One of the 10 Great Streets of America," to see Utah's oldest and most spectacular mansions and cathedrals.ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE:Governor's MansionCathedral of the MadeleineDozens more beautiful mansions and structures