Trolley Adventure: A Show-Tour of Salt Lake City

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A "Sightseeing Show on Wheels" aboard a one-of-a-kind trolley with a trio of professional entertainers! Travel through time in this classic trolley as you ride through the historical districts of Salt Lake City. The Salt Lake Trolley is fun for ALL ages. Your charming Conductor, his attractive Assistant, and a magical Motorman will entertain you with dozens of tales in a theatrical fashion. This is unlike any tour you've seen's a "Sightseeing Show" you'll never forget!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: City Sights, Inc.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Temple Square

A 35-acre campus that includes historic buildings like the Salt Lake Temple, Tabernacle, and Family History Library

Pass By: Governor's Mansion

A century-old mansion of a silver miner, now the largest governor's mansion in America

Stop At: Utah State Capitol

Voted the second most beautiful state capitol in America

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: The Gateway

Hear stories of the 2002 Winter Olympics, see Olympic Snowflake Fountain. Includes a photo stop at historic Union Pacific Train Depot

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Council Hall

Historic government building, formerly city hall in the 1800's

Stop At: Cathedral of the Madeleine

The mother church for Roman Catholics in Utah

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Beehive House

The pioneer mansion of Utah's founder, Brigham Young

Pass By: Family History Library

Largest genealogy library in the world

Pass By: Salt Lake Temple

Utah's most famous structure, built in 1893. It's the largest temple in the world for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Made from granite carved out of the Rocky Mountains, styled in Gothic architecture

Pass By: Salt Lake City Public Library

Award-winning library designed in Modern architecture. Voted "America's Library of the Year"

Pass By: City Creek Center

Now a $1.5 billion outdoor shopping center with a retractable glass roof, learn about its early history as "America's first department store"
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