of Salt Lake City
Attraction Explorers - Salt Lake City Tours offers step-on guides for large groups with their own bus or coach. Our tour guides each have over 10 years of experience as professional tour directors in Salt Lake City. Step-on sightseeing tour services are available in 2019 for Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake, and Bingham Canyon Copper Mine. Step-on guides are English-speaking only. Popular itineraries are included below.
Salt Lake City Highlights
2-hour Salt Lake City Highlights step-on tour itinerary will show your group the best attractions in town. On this 15-mile loop around Salt Lake City you'll be entertained with the history and stories of Salt Lake City's founding by the "Mormons and the Miners." Travel through historic Brigham Street to see century-old mansions and cathedrals. Visit Utah State Capitol and tour the marble rotunda. Take in the views at a scenic overlook above the city. See the Pony Express National Monument and Mormon Trail Visitor Center. Make a stop at Temple Square for the secret, spectacular photo spot of the Mormon Temple and experience the famous flower gardens.
Best of Salt Lake City
4-hour Best of Salt Lake City step-on tour itinerary is the ideal way to experience Salt Lake City. Expanding on the Salt Lake City Highlights step-on tour, you'll have more time to explore the attractions off of your bus as well as experience a 30-minute organ recital in the famous Tabernacle at 12:00 PM
*Organ recital is only at 12:00 PM. It’s recommended this tour start no later than 11:30 AM
Great Salt Lake
2-hour Great Salt Lake step-on tour itinerary will visit the Great Salt Lake State Park Marina (bus entrance fee is separate expense) and will travel through the wetlands will possible sightings of antelope, coyote, and birds. Your step-on guide will narrate the entire time, sharing the mysteries and science behind “America's Dead Sea.” Trust us, the STORIES MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE! In fact, if you try to visit Great Salt Lake on your own, without an entertaining and knowledgable tour guide, you may find it to be quite a “dead” experience!