Marmalade Historic District Walking Tour

300 North to 500 North, Center Street to Quince Street , Salt Lake City

Quince Street. Apricot Street. Almond Street. The streets of the Marmalade Historic District were all once named for the fruit-bearing trees planted by the area's early residents. While you won't see orchards in the Marmalade District today, you will enjoy a charming neighborhood of historic homes in a wide variety of architectural styles. Highlights of the neighborhood include some of the city's oldest adobe homes, rare local examples of the Carpenter Gothic style, and the onion-domed 19th Ward Chapel. Join Preservation Utah for a stroll through Salt Lake City 's early history on the west side of Capitol Hill.

Tour Schedule and Information: (Tours may not be available due to COVID-19)

  • Tours of the Marmalade Historic District are available April through October and are arranged upon request.
  • These tours cost $10 per person and must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.
  • A minimum of 10 people is required for this tour. Groups of 10-20 people can be accommodated.
  • This is a walking tour around the neighborhood and does not enter any homes.

Contact Liz Joerger at to arrange your tour.


Preservation Utah does not guarantee that this tour is ADA accessible.  It is strongly recommended that those that require ADA access be prepared for difficult circumstances.

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