"Visit all the great buildings on Temple Square; Tabernacle that was built in 1867 Visitors Center Genealogy Church Museum and the Joseph Smith Memorial Building which was originally built as a hotel in 1909-1911 which was the biggest Hotel west of the Mississippi.Next you will be guided through the family search building where the bulk of your tour will be. You will be we guarantee you will leave satisfied and want to come back for more. Before or after the Genealogy Tour you may have time catch a daily Organ Recitals in the tabernacle at 12 pm and in the Conference Center at 2 pm ( we try to cater each tour aroun""
"Hotel Pick up 5:00-5:30/ Enjoy the temple grounds before or after dinnerVisit all the great buildings on Temple Square; Tabernacle that was built in 1867 Visitors Center Genealogy Library Church Museum and the Joseph Smith Memorial Building which was originally built as a hotel in 1909-1911 which was the biggest Hotel west of the Mississippi. Enjoy dinner at any restaurant of your choice The Roof Restaurant The Garden
"The adventure begins at the Union Pacific Depot and takes you on a well-designed course among historic monuments down through the streets of Salt Lake City among great artwork through Temple Square and up to the Capitol building. The tour requires approximately 2.5 miles of walking with numerous stops along the route to complete challenges and decipher clues. The game software tracks team points and posts the final score to a city leaderboard for those with a competitive edge. Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows parti leaving time to stop to grab a bite or simply enjoy the scenery. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun while seeing the city! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people. Buy Three
Wow, I really enjoyed this musuem. It has some of the most significate historical representation of aviation marvels. They have lots of outside displays as well and many inside displays. Make a point...