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Salt Lake City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"Board the open-air bus at multiple stops around the city. With your 1-day or 2-day pass enjoy the flexibility to create your own sightseeing schedule and explore at your own pace. Visit North Capitol Hill Governor’s Mansion Rice-Eccles Stadium Fort Douglas This is the Place Heritage Park the Hogle Zoo and more. Stop for lunch (own expense) at the Lion House
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Salt Lake City Geneaology Tour
"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""
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Tabernacle Choir Tour Thursday Night
"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
From $40.00

More Things to Do in Salt Lake City

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What's an Inversion?

For this one, you really can't control if its going to be there. Unless you know someone high up! Its called an inversion. It, I'm sure, is some complicated meteorological phenomenon which I...
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See a Basketball Game!

I'm so glad I bought tickets for the Utah vs. Celtics basketball game. The seats weren't great but what do you expect for $30 for a pair of tickets! It was entertaining and I think the entire town of...
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International Peace gardens

This hidden gem I think is a much more interesting place to visit than the Red Butte Gardens. It consists of cultural displays from 15-20 countries along with a display of indigenous fauna from these...
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Log Cabin and garden downtown

This is log cabin is one of the very few that remain from the early days when the pioneers were settling the Salt Lake City area. There is a very nice garden around here with lots of old fashioned...
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Leonardo Museum

I haven't been to see this new science museum, so can't write much about it. I just wanted to put this in for now so that I will remember to come back later with more info. It is using the refitted...
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Memory Grove

Want a quick get away from the noise of the city? Memory Grove is the mouth of City Creek Canyon. City Creek runs just east of Capitol Hill. A short walk up North Temple past State Street bearing left...
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Take a drive into the Mountains

Just a scenic view going through the mountains. You should probably have snow chains during the winter months or snow tires on your car to be safe. Utah is a beautiful state and has some unbelievably...
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Capitol Theatre

This historical theatre was built in 1913 and still host functions today. Its the largest and most historic theatre in the city and state. it host many broadway touring companies shows in this...
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Utah Museum of Natural History

This museum has been updated, moved and re-envisioned and is now open in a brand new facility near Red Butte Garden. I will add more after I have visited the new digs. Lots of excitement and buzz...
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Salt Lake City Council Hall

From 1866 to 1894 this building was the Salt Lake City Hall. From 1894 to 1915 this served as the city's police headquarters, and in 1961, the building was actually moved from it original location at...
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DOWNTOWN

Downtown is the heart of the city. Headquarters for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints there are plenty of buildings related to the church: the tallest building, the well known Temple...
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CAPITOL HILL

The next neighborhood to explore is Capitol HillUp the hill at the head of State Street is the Utah State Capitol. It is an interesting building to tour and visit both inside and out. On the grounds...
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UNIVERSITY OF UTAH

The University of Utah and the area surrounding it has its own distinct character. Catering to the students there are classic eateries such as the Pie Pizzaria. Here are arts and science museums and...
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9Th & 9TH or LIBERTY PARK

In the heart of the city are a couple other areas that are notable. First is what is known as 9th and 9th. Located at the intersection of 9th east and 9th south, anchored by the Tower Theater, home of...
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