Our most popular tour for 40 years! A comprehensive 20-mile adventure around Salt Lake City including several stops at top attractions.
- Adult Ages 9+
- Child Ages 1-8
Discover Salt Lake’s Rich Culture
One of the largest and oldest choirs in the world, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir has won countless awards and performed at the inaugurations of six U.S. Presidents. Music and the Spoken Word is the longest continuously running network broadcast in the world since 1929. See the legendary choir preform live on this unforgettable tour.
The Sunday morning performance is a live concert, and Thursday evening is a rehearsal. Thursday’s tour stops for dinner at Brigham Young’s Lion House Pantry, featured on the Food Network with Chef Bobby Flay. Sunday’s tour stops for lunch at an alternate restaurant. The meal stop is optional, and alternate sights are available if you choose not to eat. Food is at your own expense.
Utah’s most visited attraction, receiving over 5 million visitors a year
- The Tabernacle: built in 1867, home of the world renowned Tabernacle Choir and one of the largest pipe organs in the world, with 11,632 pipes!
- Salt Lake Temple: the most iconic building in Utah and the largest Mormon temple in the world — inspired by medieval Gothic cathedrals of Europe, but built in the American Old West
- Gardens: 500,000 plants of 700 different varieties brought from 100 countries
- Family History Library: the largest genealogy library in the world
- Conference Center: largest theater-style auditorium ever built, featuring 21,000 seats
- Historic Hotel Utah: a century-old luxury hotel that has hosted U.S. presidents, dignitaries, and celebrities
Unique history, regal architecture, and breathtaking scenery
- Capitol: the second-most beautiful in America, used in Hollywood movies to depict the U.S. Capitol; spectacular marble rotunda with a 6,000-pound chandelier!
- Scenic overlook: spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains and 500-square-mile Salt Lake Valley
- Council Hall: City Hall of the Old West
- Mormon Battalion Monument: the first and only religious unit in the U.S. military
- White Memorial Chapel: pioneer-era Mormon chapel overlooking the valley, the first in the city to have a steeple
- Memory Grove: picturesque park featuring City Creek and memorials to Utah veterans
- Mormon Pioneer Trail: 70,000 pioneers walked 1,300 miles
- This Is the Place Monument: remembering Mormon pioneers and explorers of the American West
- Deseret Village: a living history pioneer village
- Scenic overlook: mountain views, overlook of the entire valley and Great Salt Lake
- Pony Express Monument: awe-inspiring statues and Pony Express station with a beautiful mountain backdrop
- Beehive House: stately home of Brigham Young, known as the “American Moses”
- Lion House: a polygamous mansion for 20 wives and 50 children in the Old West
- Eagle Gate arch: Prominent 76-foot span arch with a 2-ton American eagle statue atop; marks the entrance to Brigham Young’s estate
- Historic Union Pacific Depot: one of the finest train stations in the Old West
- Gateway Center & Olympic Legacy Plaza: known as “The Gateway to the City”
- Pioneer Square and historic Rio Grande train station
- Fort Douglas: Civil War-era fort built to keep an eye on the Mormons
- Olympic Village and Stadium: relive the most successful Winter Olympics ever
- University of Utah: Founded in 1850, the oldest state university west of Missouri River
- Historic Brigham Street Mansions District: century-old millionaire row
- Governor’s Mansion and other mansions of wealthy mining magnates
- Cathedral of the Madeleine: Roman Catholic headquarters in Utah; the only cathedral in America under patronage of Saint Mary Magdalene
- First Presbyterian Church: exquisite red sandstone and stained glass windows
- Masonic Temple: Egyptian Revival architecture and mysterious sphinx statues, used for Hollywood movies and television shows
- Trolley Square: Union Pacific magnate E.H. Harriman built Salt Lake City a state-of-the-art trolley car system in 1908, refashioned with inspiration from Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco.
- Library Square: designed by a world-famous architect in a stunning modern style
- City Hall: striking Richardsonian Romanesque architecture and the symbol of non-Mormon citizens’ open defiance of the Mormon Church