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If you think you've seen everything downtown Salt Lake City has to offer during the holiday season (Temple Square lights, Macy's candy windows, Ballet West's Nutcracker, etc.), hop on the FREE Jingle Bus for a different view of the city sights at night.  My kids were super excited to ride the Jingle Bus. My family and I hopped on at the City Creek Center stop (one of five stops along the clockwise route), and rode the bus through all of its stops, hopping on and off as we pleased.

The bus is actually a trolley that the SLC Downtown Alliance, City Creek Center & the Gateway provide as a courtesy to anyone visiting downtown.  The trolley is great because it's heated (nice respite from the cold), and the kids can ride in the raised rear portion and look out the windows. Also, the driver is very courteous and hands out taffy after you hop off. Sweet!



My kids loved riding the trolley and probably would have stayed on all night, had we not had plans to see the lights on Temple Square, peruse the candy windows at Macy's, check out a free concert at the Assembly Hall, and do a bit of window shopping at the Gateway.


No matter what your plans are for visiting downtown SLC, make a tour on the Jingle Bus part of the adventure.  Your kids will thank you for it.

Camille
Hours
November 27 through December 28 2015
Jingle Bus runs from 5 – 10 PM, 7 days a week
Entrance Fee(s)
FREE
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Isabelle Sat, 11/04/2017 - 06:35

hello,
will there be visit in dec 2017?
thanls

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