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Live Organ Recital & Salt Lake City In-Depth Tour

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Embark on a Salt Lake City 20 Sites Van Tour With Free HD Photos and dive into the heart of this vibrant city in style. Cruise through the streets in a cozy van, immersing yourselves in the rich history and culture that define this Olympic host city. Uncover hidden gems and iconic landmarks while our expert guides regale you with fascinating stories and insights that bring Salt Lake City to life. This isn't just a tour; it's a personalized journey through one of the top 20 most livable cities in the USA. With inclusions like a Nikon camera, Polaroid photos, snacks, and more, every moment is designed for comfort and exploration, promising an unforgettable experience that will leave you in awe.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 4 hours - 5 hours
  • Suitable for 2-13 Participants
  • Private Tour, Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Comfortable van transportation
  • Insider insights from expert guides
  • Historical landmarks and cultural immersion
  • Free HD photos with Nikon camera
  • Unforgettable exploration of Salt Lake City
  • Bottled water
  • Parking fees
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Admissions
  • Insurance
  • Meals
  • Personal expenses

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Introduction

Salt Lake City 20 Sites Van Tour With Free HD Photos offers a unique and comprehensive experience exploring the vibrant city of Salt Lake City in unparalleled comfort. This tour goes beyond typical sightseeing, delving into the rich culture, history, and urban landscape that make this city a must-visit destination.

What to expect?

Embark on a van tour like no other, where you will uncover the essence of an Olympic host city and explore the top 20 most livable cities in the USA. Expect to be immersed in the vibrant culture of Salt Lake City, with expert guides providing exclusive insights and enriching your journey with captivating stories and details.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for travelers seeking a comprehensive and comfortable exploration of Salt Lake City. Whether you are a history buff, a photography enthusiast, or simply looking to immerse yourself in a new city, this tour caters to a diverse range of interests and preferences.

Why book this?

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture, historical landmarks, and stunning urban landscape of Salt Lake City with this unique van tour. From exclusive insights provided by expert guides to the comfort and convenience of exploring in a van, every moment of this tour is curated to ensure an unforgettable experience. Capture your memories with a Nikon camera and Polaroid photos included in the tour, making it a truly special and memorable journey.

Good to know

Inclusions in the tour package include a Nikon camera with Polaroid photos, fuel surcharge, admissions, soda/pop, snacks, and parking fees. Exclusions are insurance, meals, and personal expenses. The itinerary covers 22 points of interest, ensuring a comprehensive exploration of Salt Lake City's top sites.

Reviews

Travelers who have experienced the Salt Lake City 20 Sites Van Tour With Free HD Photos rave about the unique and comprehensive exploration of the city. From the comfortable van to the expert guides providing exclusive insights, this tour offers a memorable and immersive experience for all types of travelers. Capture your memories with the included Nikon camera and Polaroid photos, making it a truly special journey through Salt Lake City.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Salt Lake City

The journey starts at your hotel in SLC. We pick up all customers in hotels in SLC.

The Devereaux Mansion

(Pass by)

The Devereaux Mansion, an exquisite example of early Utah architecture, stands gracefully in Salt Lake City, Utah. Built in 1857 for William Staines, it later became known as the Devereaux House, named after its most prominent resident, William C. A. Smoot, who nicknamed it after his wife's family home in Massachusetts. This historic mansion, one of the city's first stately homes, is a symbol of the elegance and prosperity of the era. With its beautiful blend of architectural styles, including elements of Greek Revival and Italianate design, the mansion showcases intricate detailing, expansive rooms, and a welcoming grandeur that speaks to its rich past. Once a hub for social gatherings among Utah's elite, today, the Devereaux Mansion serves as a precious landmark, offering a glimpse into the sophisticated side of pioneer life.

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral

(Pass by)

The Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity, standing majestically in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a beacon of spiritual heritage and architectural beauty. Established by Greek immigrants in the early 20th century, this church is not only a place of worship but also a vibrant center for the Greek community in the area. Its Byzantine-style architecture, complete with ornate domes and intricate mosaics, creates a stunning visual landmark that captures the rich traditions and religious art of Eastern Orthodoxy. Inside, the church is adorned with icons and frescoes that tell the stories of the Christian faith, inviting visitors into a world of spiritual contemplation and cultural immersion. The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church also hosts the annual Greek Festival, a celebration of Greek culture, cuisine, and heritage that draws both locals and tourists.

Utah State Capitol

Magnificent. A true National treasure Definitely one of the most beautiful capitols in America.

McCune Mansion

Hear the story behind Utah's first million-dollar mansion

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Conference Center

A 21,000 seat religious auditorium for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, made of Rocky Mountain stone and covered with a 4-acre garden on the roof

The Tabernacle

Hear live, the World Famous Tabernacle organ. Temple Square is the center point of the city and the most popular tourist site.

Temple Square

Temple Square, located in the heart of Salt Lake City, Utah, is a vital spiritual, cultural, and historical site, occupying roughly 10 acres. This iconic landmark hosts the magnificent Salt Lake Temple, notable for its 19th-century Gothic and Romanesque architecture, although it's not open to the public. The square also features the Tabernacle, home to the famous Tabernacle Choir and renowned for its exceptional acoustics. Adjacent structures include the modern Conference Center, the Gothic-style Assembly Hall, and the Family History Library, the largest genealogical library in the world. Temple Square is a symbol of faith and community, offering visitors a blend of architectural beauty, historical insights, and serene gardens, making it a must-see in Salt Lake City.

Deuel Pioneer Log Home

Hear the story of the most successful Winter Olympic Games ever and see the Olympic Cauldron that was used in the Opening Ceremonies

Joseph Smith Memorial Building

(Pass by)

The Joseph Smith Memorial Building, located in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, is a historic and elegant structure originally constructed in 1911 as the Hotel Utah. This grand building, named in honor of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), now serves multiple purposes. It houses event spaces, restaurants, and administrative offices, and is a popular venue for weddings, banquets, and other social gatherings. The building's stunning architecture, featuring a blend of classic and modern styles, makes it a notable landmark in the city. Visitors can enjoy fine dining, stunning views of the Salt Lake Valley, and explore the rich history of the building through various exhibits and presentations. The Joseph Smith Memorial Building stands as a monument to the city's religious heritage and community spirit, attracting both locals and tourists alike.

Beehive House

(Pass by)

The Beehive House, situated in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a historic residence dating back to 1854. Once home to Brigham Young, an early leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), this house gets its name from the beehive sculpture atop its roof, symbolizing industry and community. Today, the Beehive House serves as a museum, offering visitors a glimpse into the life of the 19th century, showcasing period furnishings and stories of its inhabitants. It stands as a testament to the pioneering spirit of early Salt Lake City settlers, making it an intriguing stop for history enthusiasts and visitors looking to explore the city's rich heritage.

Salt Lake City Public Library

(Pass by)

Its Modern architecture won national awards and made it "America's Library of the Year" Architect, Moshe Safdie, is now World famous.

Council Hall

Historic City Hall - Where the first woman in America voted. Guides narrate the dramatic event. Woman's suffrage monument.

Cathedral of the Madeleine

A stunning and gorgeous cathedral built in 1901 and the mother church for Roman Catholics in Utah. Tour inside and picture taking.

First Presbyterian Church of Salt Lake City

(Pass by)

The First Presbyterian Church of Salt Lake City is a notable landmark, celebrated for its stunning Gothic Revival architecture and rich history. Established in the late 19th century, this church stands as a beacon of spiritual life and community service within the city. Its striking features include a soaring spire, intricate stained glass windows, and a grand interior that creates a serene and contemplative atmosphere for worship and reflection. Beyond its architectural beauty, the First Presbyterian Church is known for its vibrant congregation and commitment to various outreach programs, embodying a legacy of faith and compassion in Salt Lake City. It welcomes visitors and locals alike, offering a place of peace, community engagement, and spiritual nourishment.

Governor's Mansion

The historic home of a wealthy silver miner 100 years ago is now the largest governor's mansion in America.

The Salt Lake Masonic Temple

(Pass by)

Egyptian revival architecture - Hollywood movie scenes are often filmed inside.

The Avenues

The Avenues, nestled just northeast of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, is a charming and historic neighborhood known for its picturesque streets lined with Victorian-era homes and mature trees. This area, established in the early days of the city, is one of Salt Lake City's oldest residential districts, boasting a rich tapestry of architecture and community life. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the Avenues' quiet, leafy streets, local cafes, and small shops that add to the neighborhood's unique character. With its elevated position, the Avenues offer stunning views of the city skyline and the Wasatch Mountain Range. The neighborhood also provides easy access to nearby trails and parks, making it a favorite among outdoor enthusiasts. The Avenues embodies a blend of historical charm and contemporary living, making it a distinctive and beloved part of Salt Lake City.

Olympic Cauldron Park

(Pass by)

SLC Cauldron Park, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a unique and intriguing public space known for its distinctive feature: the Hoberman Arch. Originally designed as the Olympic Cauldron for the 2002 Winter Olympics, this iconic structure symbolizes the city's role as a host for the international event. The park itself offers a tranquil environment where visitors can enjoy the outdoors and reflect on the spirit of the Olympics. The cauldron, with its innovative design and engineering, stands as a testament to creativity and the unifying power of sports. SLC Cauldron Park serves not only as a reminder of the city's moment on the world stage but also as a point of interest for those exploring Salt Lake City's diverse attractions, combining historical significance with modern design.

This is the Place Heritage Park

This Is The Place Heritage Park, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a sprawling living history museum that transports visitors back to the 19th century, offering a glimpse into the early settlement of the Utah Territory. Named after the famous declaration by Brigham Young, leader of the Latter-day Saint pioneers, upon their arrival in the Salt Lake Valley, the park stands as a testament to the resilience and faith of these early settlers. Within its boundaries, visitors can explore a variety of historical buildings, interact with costumed interpreters, and participate in hands-on activities that recreate the daily life of the era. The park also features monuments, including the prominent This Is The Place Monument, and hosts events that celebrate Utah's rich cultural heritage.

National Pony Express Monument

The National Pony Express Monument, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a tribute to the legendary Pony Express mail service that briefly operated between 1860 and 1861. This historic monument commemorates the daring and endurance of Pony Express riders who traversed the rugged American West, delivering mail over a 2,000-mile trail stretching from Missouri to California in just ten days. The monument showcases a dynamic sculpture capturing the spirit of the Pony Express, with a rider in full gallop, symbolizing the speed, bravery, and youthful energy of the service. It serves as a poignant reminder of the innovative spirit and determination that played a crucial role in the development and communication across the early frontier territories. The National Pony Express Monument is not only a nod to a pivotal moment in American history but also an inspiration, highlighting the courage and commitment of those who contributed to shaping the nation.

Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City

Back to SLC gathering point.

Reviews

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JAMES_H

Bing was a good host. Very informed about Salt Lake City. Beautiful clean city, glad we took the tour, very interesting. Very nice.

Yongaz

Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly. We were taken to some key sites to help us get a good overview of SLC and its history.

Linda_S

Our guide/driver Rocky, was amazing. Very knowledgeable, accommodating and pleasant. Would recommend him to anyone

alexgK1932HB

A great tour of the city. Guide was knowledgeable and prepared. When we asked to make additional stops, or go to an additional area, he made it work. The organ recital was amazing.

BiancaAlbuquerqueNM

We recommend this tour! Our tour guide was very informative and thoughtful. We learned a lot and saw many fabulous sites.

Stewart_W

A friendly and informative tour of Salt Lake City with Rocky. Well chosen sites, great conversation. Especially loved the "behind the scenes" visits around Temple Square. Rocky took photos throughout the day and shared with us later. Great experience all around.
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