Utah’s #1 Sightseeing Attractions included in our tour packages Kennecott Copper Mine The world's richest hole on earth. More gold, silver, and copper come out of this mine than any other mine in the world. The pit is over a mile deep. A must see when coming to Utah. Park City Park City was founded as a silver-mining town in 1869. By 1900, it was a booming mining town with 10,000 residents and 100 saloons. Park City and the surrounding area boast over 7000 acres of preserved open space, which serves as the canvas for more than 350 miles of recreational trails, nature, and wildlife. Antelope Island Antelope Island State Park, the largest island in the Great Salt Lake, is home to a roaming herd of 500 bison. A visitor center offers information on the island's unique biology, geology and history. Salt Lake City's Historical Sightseeing Attractions Visit the Governor's Mansion and see the Victorian styled houses. Walk through the Utah State Capital building. Experience the 2002 Olympic Village. Mormon Temple The Salt Lake Temple is the centerpiece of the 10-acre (4.0 ha) Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. Like other LDS temples it is considered sacred by the church and its members and a temple recommend is required to enter, so there are no public tours. The church permitted Life to publish the first public photographs of the building's interior in 1938. Natural History Museum The Natural History Museum of Utah has over 1.2 million objects in its collection that are used for research and education. Call & Book Your Tour Now! 801-654-6763 salt lake city tours Popular Tours Kennecott Copper Mine read more Salt Lake City Mormon Temple read more SLC - PARK CITY - COPPER MINE - MORMON TEMPLE - ANTELOPE ISLAND - GREAT SALT LAKE All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Privacy Policy © Copyright 2010-2011. Salt Lake City Tours. All Rights Reserved. Home Tour Packages About Us Location Photo Tour Contact Us Tour Info