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Mormon Pioneer Trail on Salt Lake City Tours

This Is The Place Monument Park Salt Lake City Tours

Visit the end of the Mormon Pioneer Trail on a Salt Lake City sightseeing bus tour or the Salt Lake Trolley Tour with City Sights. The Mormon Pioneer Trail was blazed during the largest organized westward migration in America's history. Over 70,000 Mormon pioneers walked 1,300 miles to reach the Salt Lake Valley in the mid 1800's. Your expert tour guide will recount the amazing stories and fascinating trivia of traveling this historic trail. This Is The Place State Park visitor center located at the end of the Mormon Trail includes museum exhibits, monuments, and mountain overlook views. Buy your Utah sightseeing tour and trolley tickets online at www.SaltLakeCityTours.org or call 801-531-1001. 

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Trolley Tour of Salt Lake City

Salt Lake Trolley Tours in Utah

See the sights of Salt Lake City aboard a colorful replica trolley on the Salt Lake Trolley Tour! Ride the historic trolley on a 20-mile loop around Salt Lake City, traveling through the historic districts to see 100-year-old mansions, cathedrals, monuments and mountain overlooks. Complimentary fun "Trolley Treats" will be served on the tour by your trolley conductor, who is an expert tour guide with decades of experience in giving sightseeing tours of Salt Lake City. The two-hour Trolley Tour of Salt Lake City runs twice a day at 10am and 1pm, $29 for adults and $15 for children. Join the trolley tour from one of several pickup points downtown, including Temple Square. Free parking is available and reservations can be made online at www.SaltLakeTrolley.com or www.SaltLakeCityTours.org, or by calling (801) 531-1001. 

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Historic Utah Governor's Mansion on Salt Lake City Tours

Utah Governors mansion on Salt Lake City Tours

The Salt Lake City tours, including the Salt Lake Trolley Tour, Salt Lake City Deluxe Tour, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Deluxe City Tour, will show you the Utah Governor's Mansion. Built in 1902 by Thomas Kearns, a silver mining magnate and U.S. Senator. The elegant mansion was used as a political debating center for Thomas Kearns, as well as the site of the elite social events of Salt Lake City. Many political and religious dignitaries dined in the mansion, including President Theodore Roosevelt, a close friend of Kearns, in 1903. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tour bus online at www.ToursOfUtah.com or call (801) 531-1001. 

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