Salt Lake City - so much to see and do!
Separate registration is required for these exciting tours of Salt Lake City. Space is limited - book your tour today!
Sunday, October 14, 1 – 4 p.m.
Salt Lake City’s pioneer past is echoed
today in an array of outstanding architectural
landmarks across the cityscape. Mormon
leader Brigham Young led his people in the
construction of a magnificent temple and
tabernacle, standing today as a reminder of
pioneer religious dedication and enterprise. Visit
other magnificent buildings that hold interesting
historical stories as well. Tour the State Capitol
building, Brigham Young’s home, the Beehive
House and the Lion House. See the spectacular
view of the Great Salt Lake Valley from Fort
Douglas, established during the Civil War. Learn
the fascinating story of why it is the only fort
established by the U.S. Army with its arms
facing toward the city it would appear to be
Price per person: $59
Includes guide, transportation, snacks, bottled water and driver gratuities
Monday, October 15, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Embark on a journey through Salt Lake City and
enjoy some of its finest highlights. Attendees
will experience a tour of the artesian well, learn
fascinating facts behind the distilling process
and enjoy a tasting of all of the Dented Brick
Distillery brands (vodka, gin, rum and white
whiskey). The tour concludes at the Natural
History Museum of Utah, where attendees
will receive a private guided tour of the exhibit
space and witness beautiful views of the Salt
Price per person: $75
Includes tasting and tour at a local distillery, tour of the Natural History Museum of Utah, transportation, guide and all gratuities
Tuesday, October 16, 1 – 5 p.m.
The story of Park City may be read on the faces
of her historic buildings. It is these few relics of
weathered wood and brick that preserve the
charms of this old mining town and summon
ghosts of those who lived and labored here.
The commercial district of Main Street is listed
on the National Register of Historic Places
and represents Utah’s best reflection of a 19th
century mining town. With a knowledgeable
guide, spend the afternoon exploring Main
Street, the center of this charming mining town.
Park City’s walking tours highlight the history
and unique blend of the old and new. Guests
will explore the history throughout Park City
with a stop at the Park City museum and other
historical sites on Main Street. The tour will
conclude with a tasting at a local Park City brew
Price per person: $100
Includes transportation to and around Park City, guide, snacks and bottled water on the bus, beer samples at local brewery and all gratuities
Thursday, October 18, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
As host site for some of the fastest events in
the 2002 Winter Olympics, Utah Olympic Park
is a must-see. The park features a mixture
of sporting facilities and visitor areas for an
incredible Olympic experience. Take a short tour
of the facility and learn some of the tips and
tricks that help Olympic athletes perform even
better. Travel to the top of the world’s highest
altitude ski jumps and see the fastest bobsled,
luge and skeleton track where Olympic history
was made. Watch athletes in winter training
as they ski-jump off the K90 and K120 Nordic
hills and launch themselves into the air off the
freestyle aerial kickers. Visit the interactive Alf
Engen Ski Museum, which chronicles Utah’s
ski history and the new 2002 Olympic Winter
Games Museum and participate in the many
activities the park has to offer.
Price per person: $165
Includes transportation, guide on bus, privately guided behind-the-scenes Olympic park tour, activity pass (unlimited use on drop tower, canyon and summit ropes courses) and all gratuities
The "Fine Print" about area tours:
Attire for all tours: Wear what is comfortable. The
tours will be indoors and outdoors.
All tours are subject to change.
All tour fees include roundtrip transportation, parking fees
and tolls, fuel surcharges, professional tour guide or tour
escort, noted inclusions and all taxes and gratuities.