Salt Lake City Grand Tour

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Important information Length: 2-3 Hours Price: 50.00 FREE pick up from most Salt Lake City Hotels
Call Now 801-654-6763 Learn the history of the early Mormon Pioneers   	Stroll through the magnificent capitol building    	The mansion and enjoy its beautiful details and rich history 	2002 Winter Olympic Games and Utah's rich history of pioneering and growing the sport of skiing 	One of the Oldest Pioneer Cemeteries 	See the hand carved head stones  	Home of the 2002 Winter Olympics 	See where the Olympic metals where handed out.  	See the amazing architecture of the “copper plated” building 	Where Utah’s Dinosaur bones are restored and preserved   	Step back in time and experience the FUN of the Old West 	Take a train ride and learn the history of Mormon Pioneers 	Trolley Square has been part of SLC’s heritage since 1847 	Trolley cars started here and ran throughout the city. 	Designed by internationally-acclaimed architect 	 It reflects and engages the city's imagination and aspirations 	Temple Square, the spires of the Salt Lake Temple rise amid downtown high-rises and super malls Stop #1 History of Salt Lake City Stop #2 Utah State Capital Building Stop #3 Governors Manson & Historical Homes Stop #4 Olympic Stadium Stop #5 Mount Olivet Cemetery Est.1874  Stop #6 Utah Olympic Village Stop #7 Natural History Museum  Stop #8 This Is The Place Heritage Park Stop #9 Troll Square Stop #10 Salt Lake City Library Stop #11 Mormon Temple Grounds SLC  GUIDED TOURS

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Salt Lake City Grand Tour

Tour Details

Important information Length: 2-3 Hours Price: 50.00 FREE pick up from most Salt Lake City Hotels
Call Now 801-654-6763 Learn the history of the early Mormon Pioneers   	Stroll through the magnificent capitol building    	The mansion and enjoy its beautiful details and rich history 	2002 Winter Olympic Games and Utah's rich history of pioneering and growing the sport of skiing 	One of the Oldest Pioneer Cemeteries 	See the hand carved head stones  	Home of the 2002 Winter Olympics 	See where the Olympic metals where handed out.  	See the amazing architecture of the “copper plated” building 	Where Utah’s Dinosaur bones are restored and preserved   	Step back in time and experience the FUN of the Old West 	Take a train ride and learn the history of Mormon Pioneers 	Trolley Square has been part of SLC’s heritage since 1847 	Trolley cars started here and ran throughout the city. 	Designed by internationally-acclaimed architect 	 It reflects and engages the city's imagination and aspirations 	Temple Square, the spires of the Salt Lake Temple rise amid downtown high-rises and super malls Stop #1 History of Salt Lake City Stop #2 Utah State Capital Building Stop #3 Governors Manson & Historical Homes Stop #4 Olympic Stadium Stop #5 Mount Olivet Cemetery Est.1874  Stop #6 Utah Olympic Village Stop #7 Natural History Museum  Stop #8 This Is The Place Heritage Park Stop #9 Troll Square Stop #10 Salt Lake City Library Stop #11 Mormon Temple Grounds SLC  GUIDED TOURS
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Departure Times

11:00 AM 2:00 PM