The best way to see the top attractions of Salt Lake City is to take a sightseeing tour with its oldest and best tour company. City Sights has been offering tours for over three decades and is the number one rated tour company on TripAdvisor. Join a sightseeing bus or trolley tour to see the finest historic mansions in Salt Lake City. The Salt Lake Trolley Tour, Salt Lake City Deluxe Tour, and Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Deluxe City Tour include the mansions of South Temple, like the one pictured here. The Devereax Mansion was Utah's first mansion, built in 1857. It was used to greet dignitaries and presidents including Ulysses S. Grant and Rutherford B. Hayes. Reserve your seats on a sightseeing tour by visiting www.SaltLakeCityTours.org or our new Trolley Tour website, www.SaltLakeTrolley.com. You may also call us at (801) 531-1001.
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Tour the gardens and fountains of Temple Square on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Mormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour with expert guides who will regale you with stories and fun trivia about Temple Square. Let us show you the best spots for photography on Temple Square. Then sit back and relax aboard a comfortable touring bus with panoramic tour windows or a charming historic replica trolley as you tour the city on a 25-mile loop through the historic districts and to the mountain and valley overlook spots for spectacular views.
Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tour bus or trolley tour by visiting www.ToursOfUtah.com or by calling (801) 531-1001. Other sightseeing trips include Great Salt Lake Tour, Utah Copper Mine Tour, Park City Mountain Tour, and Antelope Island Safari Tour.
Tour the garden plaza adjacent to the Church Office Building, the worldwide headquarters of the Mormon church, for countless photo opportunities of gardens, fountains, reflective ponds, statues, and architecture. Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour or Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour for a walkthrough of this garden plaza where your guide will show you the most beautiful angles used by wedding photographers to capture the beauty of Temple Square.
The Lion House, a family home of Brigham Young's, was built in 1856 just east of Main Street in Salt Lake City. Brigham was both the leader of the Mormon church and the first governor of the territory of Utah. Named after the lion statue above the front entryway, Brigham Young was known as "the Lion of the Lord." The home is filled with antique furniture and is used for receptions and public dining. Enjoy a meal in Brigham Young's dining room on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Thursday evening Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tour bus by visiting www.toursofutah.com or calling (801) 531-1001.