We’ve created nine themed itineraries so your visit to Salt Lake City isn’t spent searching out unique and engaging activities. Choose one, mix and match, or pull from them as needed to create your own Salt Lake City travel guide that makes your visit one for the books.
Tours Within SLC
The Historic Salt Lake Driving Tour is a comprehensive exploration of what makes SLC so captivating. With sights like the world-famous Mormon Temple, Historic Main Street, the University of Utah, and so much more, you'll become an SLC expert in five hours or less.
Discover all the historic spots that helped make SLC what it is today on the Pioneer History Walking Tour. During this three to six-hour tour, select a few or all of the 15 sights you'll investigate, from the Deuel Pioneer Log Cabin to the Brigham Young Monument.
Curious about your family tree? Take the Genealogy in Salt Lake Tour to find answers about your past at the world's largest genealogy database at the Family History Library. Other significant locations, like the Church History Museum and the LDS Conference Center, make this a must-take tour.
Keep the genealogy theme going with a five to seven-night Green Thumb Genealogy Package. You’ll have access to genealogy experts, research opportunities at the FamilySearch™ Center or Family History Library, and more to help develop your family tree’s next branch.
Learn about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints humanitarian aid projects on the Cultural Celebration Tour. It includes a tour of the Utah Cultural Celebration Center, Gardner Village, and the Humanitarian Center which features the opportunity for a hands-on service project.
When visiting Salt Lake City with a Youth Performance group, take your pick of performance or workshop activities and excitement-filled evening activities to make the most of your time with us.
Tours Around or Nearby SLC
Between May and October, take the seven-day, six-night Utah Fossil & Geology Tour through Moab and Torrey, UT. The tour includes a dinosaur dig site, Arches National Park, and rafting on the Colorado River.
A Need for Speed Tours begin with a trip to the Bonneville Salt Flats, where major land speed records up to 600 mph were shattered. The tour then visits other famed racing destinations and ends with an action-packed evening. Visitors can also experience speed firsthand at Utah Motorsports Campus.
Between mid-May and December, take advantage of the Yellowstone Expedition Ecology Tour, a seven-day, six-night trek that includes Yellowstone National Park, whitewater rafting on the Snake River, and other breathtaking sights.
Tour the Great Salt Lake and its largest island on the Great Salt Lake & Antelope Island Tour. Hike, swim, BBQ, and explore white sand beaches on this incredible four to six-hour day trip