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Gardens of Temple Square on Salt Lake City Tour

Mormon Temple Square Tours

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.

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Historic Mormon Chapel on Salt Lake City Tour

Historic Mormon Chapel on Salt Lake City Tour

This historic Gothic Revival-style chapel from the 1880's, the 18th Ward meetinghouse, was one of the original nineteen built soon after the Mormon pioneers arrived in the Salt Lake Valley. A reconstruction of the original which was the first chapel in the valley to be built with a steeple, it is a non-denominational church today known as White Memorial Chapel. The original was the location of the first Junior Sunday School in the Mormon church as well as where the first Boy Scout troop in Utah was organized. Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour, Mormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour, or Salt Lake Trolley Tour to see this chapel and other beautiful pioneer-era buildings. Reserve your seats on the sightseeing tour bus or trolley by booking online at www.toursofutah.com or calling (801) 531-1001. 

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Joseph Smith Building on Salt Lake City Tour

Hotel Utah on Salt Lake City Tour

Travel back in time one hundred years as your enter the lobby of one of the finest hotels west of the Mississippi, the Hotel Utah. Today it is the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, but in 1911 it was built as a luxury hotel that every American president stayed in until its conversion from a hotel to a reception hall. Join us on the Salt Lake City Tour or the Thursday evening Mormon Tabernacle Choir & City Tour for a glimpse into this grand palace. 

Book your sightseeing bus tour reservations online or call (801) 531-1001. For an even more immersive experience in history, try the Salt Lake Trolley Tour.

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