Unforgettable Tours in Salt Lake City

Many intriguing historical, cultural, and natural attractions may be found across the Salt Lake Valley, captivating both tourists and locals. With everything Salt Lake City has to offer, if you’re up for an adventure, you’ve come to the perfect location. Enhancing your understanding of the region’s iconic sites and tales that have persisted for more than a century can be achieved through a guided tour of some of the most popular sights. If you’re a music lover, you can enjoy the world-famous Tabernacle Choir’s live performance, take a ride on a trolley while sailing around the Great Salt Lake, or take pictures of wild horses. 

Whether you are looking to put together your own Salt Lake adventure or to get an expert to guide you, we’ve got you covered. The most affordable way to take in SLC’s natural beauty is to go on one of our recommended tours in combination with a private ride from one spot to another. We are going to show you a wide range of possibilities if you’re open to exploring this vibrant city.


Enjoy a Tabernacle Choir Performance at Temple Square


Experience the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, one of the world’s biggest and oldest choirs, live. Over 150 years ago, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints established the volunteer 360-voice Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.  The Choir is the world’s oldest running network program, having started a weekly show in 1929. From 1867 to the present, the choir has called Temple Square’s Salt Lake Tabernacle home.

From October through May, you can enjoy their astonishing performance, and even combine this tour with the Salt Lake City sightseeing tour using the private transportation that Ride ELT offers and keeps available to you at all times.


Take a Vintage Trolley Tour of the City’s Downtown


Another well-regarded experience that typically begins at Liberty Park and travels around various areas of the city is the Big City Loop Bike Tour. This tour will provide you with a deeper understanding of Salt Lake City, regardless of whether you’ve been here before and think you know everything about it. 

You’ll learn about the city’s original native inhabitants, Mormon founders, historical political hotspots, peaceful parks, and stunning examples of public art. You can ride your bike around Temple Square, look around the Gilgal Sculpture Garden, and climb City Creek Canyon while enjoying the friendly residents and clean air.

Take a Great Salt Lake Boat Tour


The Great Salt Lake, the biggest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere, is a must-see attraction in Utah, and this boat trip is the ideal way to see it up close. The Great Salt Lake is a mystical and exceptional global destination. 

Daily tours leave from the Great Salt Lake State Park’s Great Salt Lake Marina. The marina is roughly 25 minutes from Salt Lake City’s downtown and 10 minutes from the airport, so if you’re organizing a tour with your friends, a private Sprinter van is perfect for you. Touted as the biggest saline area in the Western Hemisphere, it draws tourists from all over the world.


Explore the Largest Artificial Hole on Earth – Kennecott Copper Mine 


Situated in the Oquirrh Mountains, southwest of Salt Lake City, Utah, is this breathtaking location. Take a trip and see this technological marvel, which has been producing copper for over 110 years, making it the largest and wealthiest copper mine in history. Under the name Bingham Canyon Open Pit Copper Mine, the mine is owned by Rio Tinto Group and was named a National Historic Landmark in 1966.

Nearly a mile deep and nearly three miles wide, this hole is big enough for astronauts to see it from space! For those who enjoy adventure, this tour is a must-do and if you’re lucky, you may even get to see the twice-daily megaton explosions!


Go on the Utah Wine & Restaurants Tour


Utah and Salt Lake City in particular are known for their world-class wine culture, breathtaking scenery, and excellent food. They have all the great restaurants and weekend-long festivals you could ever want and all over the city, there are luxury restaurants. Either restrict your eating to Salt Lake City’s downtown or take a 35-minute drive east and visit the Wasatch Mountain Range, where dining establishments provide freshly prepared meals at an elevation of 11,000 feet above sea level.

The vibrant downtown area offers delicacies from around the globe to select from. You can eat creative food, make use of regional ingredients, split family meals, or try small plates. There are lots of delectable options for people who are on the go and on a budget, so don’t restrict yourself and experiment with various meal choices. Don’t miss the chance to experience Salt Lake City food tours and explore this culinary gem with a dinner night limo service as your ally.


Take a Private Wild Horse Safari Photography Tour in Tooele


The town of Tooele is located about 40 minutes west of Salt Lake, and Wild Horse Photo Safaris offers the chance to capture mustangs in their native environment over there. In the Tooele woods, magnificent wild horses are awaiting you to be discovered. Explore it alone if you are an experienced photographer, or go on a photography safari with a guide to find these beautiful animals. Get ready to enjoy an unforgettable day in the natural outdoors with a camera, cozy shoes, and bottled water.


Take a Grimm Ghost Tour


Whether you think ghosts exist or not, taking a Grimm Ghost Tour of the city will make you shiver with pleasure! This horror tour takes you through the most popular haunted locations and the darker side of Salt Lake City’s past. Explore some of the most haunted sites and visit authentic haunted spots. You could also appreciate “Paranormal Investigations,” where you spend the entire evening inside a haunted building.

Past participants have given each of these tours great ratings, so pick your favorite and reserve your luxury transportation right away!

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