Experience the world-famous Tabernacle Choir combined with the best-selling Salt Lake City tour.
See Salt Lake City By Bus
Experience the best attractions and discover the hidden gems of Salt Lake City on our fully-narrated sightseeing tour with a live local expert guide. Travel all around town in a comfortable, air conditioned tour bus with large panoramic viewing windows and stories you cannot experience anywhere else.
Utah’s most visited attraction, with over 5 million visitors a year
- Mormon Tabernacle: built in 1867, home of the world renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and one of the largest pipe organs in the world: 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 around the world
- Fountain: a grand 294-jet water fountain rising 50 feet, mirroring the spires of the Temple
- Family History Library: largest genealogy library in the world
- Conference Center: largest theater-style auditorium ever built, with 21,000 seats
- Historic Hotel Utah: a century-old luxury hotel that hosted U.S. presidents, dignitaries, and celebrities
Unique history, regal architecture, and breathtaking scenery
- Capitol: second-most beautiful in America, used for Hollywood movies to depict the U.S. Capitol; spectacular marble rotunda with 6,000-pound chandelier!
- Scenic overlook: spectacular views of Rocky Mountains and 500-square-mile Salt Lake Valley
- Council Hall: City Hall of the Old West
- Mormon Battalion Monument: first and only religious unit in the U.S. military
- White Memorial Chapel: pioneer-era Mormon chapel overlooking the valley; 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: 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, marking the entrance to Brigham Young’s estate
- 30-minute recital of the Tabernacle Organ, one of the most famous in the world
- Historic Union Pacific Depot: one of the finest train stations in the Old West
- Gateway Center & Olympic Legacy Plaza: “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 1850, the oldest state university west of the Missouri River
- Historic Brigham Street Mansions District: millionaire row from 100 years ago
- Governor’s Mansion and other mansions of wealthy mining magnates
- Cathedral of the Madeleine: Roman Catholic headquarters in Utah; 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