Guided Tours

Take a guided tour of Salt Lake City landmarks.

Preservation Utah's friendly, knowledgeable docents illuminate history, architecture, and local lore on our guided tours of Salt Lake City landmarks. Make a reservation to tour one of Salt Lake City's history-rich neighborhoods. 

We offer two types of tours: education, for K-12 students, and public. Explore and schedule tours below.

Tours A beautiful Chateauesque exterior, a stunning interior, and the dramatic story of the Kearns family make the historic Kearns Mansion one of Utah 's architectural treasures. 
Alfred and Elizabeth McCune stopped keeping track of expenses after the costs for their “simple” bungalow on Capitol Hill reached $500,000.
At the base of City Creek Canyon, lies Memory Grove Park, and in it, Meditation Chapel. Memory Grove Park was purchased by Salt Lake City in 1902.
There has been a growing recognition of the architectural significance of many of the mid-century modern buildings that, at the time of their construction, were harshly criticized, even reviled.
 The Salt Lake City and County Building is one of Salt Lake City's most beloved landmarks. Completed in 1894, the building is Utah's finest example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture.
Third Thursday tours are private educational tours of historic places held the third Thursday of most months. Each month's tour is a different location!